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Cook to receive Distinguished Service Award

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Award recognizes those going above and beyond the call of duty

 by T.B. Livermont
Copy Editor, WRE

Lyle Cook will be at the Capital next month, but he’s quick to point out that this award isn’t all about him. “Please mention them,” he told the West River Eagle, about his coworkers. Photo by Ross DuBray

Lyle Cook will be at the Capital next month, but he’s quick to point out that this award isn’t all about him. “Please mention them,” he told the West River Eagle, about his coworkers. Photo by Ross DuBray

Next month, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal member and 20-year advocate for vocational rehabilition Lyle Cook will join others at the Governor’s Awards in Pierre.

The event will take place in the Rotunda at 10 a.m.

For the full story read the August 22, 2013 edition of the West River Eagle.

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