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Former Chairwoman of Montana Native Women's Coalition Convicted of Stealing Federal Grant Funds Meant for Victims of Violence

BILLINGS, Mont. — On Friday, a former board member of Montana Native Women’s Coalition was convicted by a federal jury of crimes related to unapproved spending of federal grant funds. In a five day trial, the jury found Meredith McConnell, 51, of Lame Deer guilty on counts of theft from a program receiving federal funding, wire fraud and false claims as charged in a...

 

Court strikes key provision of Indian child welfare law

Legal experts are deeply concerned about an “incredibly divisive” ruling from a federal appeals court that struck down parts of a law giving Native American families preference in the adoption of Native American children. The ruling by a sharply divided U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is seen as a defeat for tribal leaders who said the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act was...

 

ASSISTANT HOTEL MANAGER - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN

**POSITION OPENING** ASSISTANT HOTEL MANAGER RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: April 6, 2021 CLOSES: April 20, 2021 POSITION OBJECTIVES: The Assistant Hotel Manager is responsible for assisting the Hotel Manager in successfully operating the Hotel, Water Park...

 

"SACRED REFLECTIONS: THE ART OF UMATILLA ARTIST ELLEN TAYLOR" OPENING APRIL 8 AT THE MUSEUM AT WARM SPRINGS

(WARM SPRINGS, Ore., April 6, 2021) — “Sacred Reflections: The Art of Umatilla Artist Ellen Taylor” will open Thursday, April 8 at The Museum At Warm Springs. The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, May 29, 2021. The exhibition comprises approximately 42 objects, including paintings, painted cowboy hats, painted buckskin jackets, a painted horse collection, and a...

 

Brent Greenwood makes another mark in downtown Sulphur

SULPHUR, Okla. – Chickasaw artist Brent Greenwood put the finishing touches on a new mural on the north wall of the "3rd & Broadway" boutique in downtown Sulphur March 27. Greenwood said the painting is an engaging way to enrich the community with beauty and meaning. In this case, the meaning is expressed with...

 

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