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 News    May 3, 2019

Two-time felon charged with Christmas Day holdup try at 7-Eleven

Lucas R. Mitten, who has two violent felony convictions, pleaded not guilty Thursday in Niagara County Court to charges that he tried to rob a convenience store in Niagara Falls on Christmas Day. Mitten, 31, of Mount Hope Road on the Tuscarora Indian Reservation, was...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

Oglala Sioux Tribe bans Gov. Noem from their reservation

PINE RIDGE, S.D. (KELO.com) -- The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council votes to tell Gov. Kristi Noem that she is no longer welcome to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in southwest South Dakota. The OST Council wants her to rescind support of two "riot boosting" laws passed...

 

Native representation in Montana legislature up in 2019

MISSOULA - Native American representation in Montana's state government is trailblazing the rest of the nation. A record-breaking number of Native Americans served as elected lawmakers in the state's 2019 legislative session, over 40 Bills involving Native American...

 

School board to loosen grad ceremony rules

In response to requests from some graduating Laramie High School seniors, the Albany County School District No. 1’s school board is considering a new policy that would allow seniors to wear to their graduation ceremony “objects of cultural significance” and graduation cords recognizing a “significant...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

'We are in utter disbelief': Fire kills family of 5 in northwest Ontario

People in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, also known as Big Trout Lake First Nation in northwestern Ontario, are mourning the deaths of five people in a house fire Thursday morning. "We are in utter disbelief, as every community member is connected and impacted," Chief...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

A Native American woman's brutal murder could lead to a life-saving law

There was heartbreak across Indian country in August 2017 when the body of 22-year-old Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind was found duct-taped in plastic in the Red River. The ribbon of water demarcates North Dakota from Minnesota, a tributary flowing northward across the...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

Assistant Secretary Sweeney Honors All Indian Country Law Enforcement in Memorial Service Address

WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney today honored all Indian Country law enforcement officers in her address at the 28th Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial service. The event was held on the Federal Law Enforcement...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

YAKAMA MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER AND DISCHARGING FIREARMS DURING SEPARATE CRIMES OF VIOLENCE

WASHINGTON – George Skylar Cloud, 22, of White Swan, Washington, and an enrolled member of Confederated Bands and Tribes of the Yakama Nation, was sentenced to life in prison for murdering a 33-year old Yakama woman who was killed in an attempt to cover up a violent car jacking and shooting on the Yakama Nation...

 
 Jobs    May 3, 2019

PROGRAM MANAGER-MEDICATION ASSISTED RECOVERY SERVICES - RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAMS

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT PROGRAM MANAGER-MEDICATION ASSISTED RECOVERY SERVICES RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAMS Open: April 30, 2019 – Until Filled PRIMARY FUNCTION The Medication Assisted Recovery Services (MARS) Program Manager is responsible for the overall administra...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

PFA Awards Over $28 million in Water Infrastructure projects

ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) approved $28.35 million in loan and grant funding for water infrastructure projects in Minnesota. Funding was approved for Crystal Bay Township, Fertile, Glenco, Glenwood and Rice County. “I’m working hard to rebuild infrastructure in every corner of our...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

American Indian College Fund Publishes Free College-Going Student Guide

Denver, Colo., May 2, 2019 - The American Indian College Fund, with generous support from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, is publishing an invaluable tool for Native American high school students seeking higher education. Native Pathways: A College-Going Guidebook...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

MDA Rapid Response Team Recognized for 10 Years of Responding to Public Health Emergencies

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Rapid Response Team (RRT) has been recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its work in responding to foodborne illness outbreaks and other public health emergencies. Due to the globalization and complexity of the food production...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

MNHS Expands Its Work with Veterans at Historic Fort Snelling, Including Free Admission Offer

The Minnesota Historical Society is working to expand its engagement with veterans and military members in new ways, particularly at Historic Fort Snelling. MNHS recently welcomed Chris Belland as the program and outreach manager of veterans relations for the organization. In this role, Belland will build on work alrea...

 

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