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F&B RESTAURANT SERVER - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls

**POSITION OPENING** F&B RESTAURANT SERVER RATE OF PAY: According to pay scale LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: August 30, 2012 CLOSES: September 16, 2012 POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the direct supervision of the prevailing Restaurant Supervisor, is responsible to ensure exemplary customer service is...

 

F&B RESTAURANT COOK - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls

**POSITION OPENING** F&B RESTAURANT COOK RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: September 7, 12012 CLOSES: September 21, 2012 SCOPE OF POSITION Under the general supervision of the Food and Beverage Restaurant Manager is responsible to cook for assigned shift for...

 

F&B RESTAURANT COOK - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls

**POSITION OPENING** F&B RESTAURANT COOK RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: August 30, 2012 CLOSES: September 16, 2012 SCOPE OF POSITION Under the general supervision of the Food and Beverage Restaurant Manager is responsible to cook for assigned shift for Seven...

 

Vilsack Announces USDA Has Reached Its Goal to Fund $250 Million in Smart Grid Improvements

RALEIGH, N.C., September 7, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA has reached its $250 million goal to finance smart grid technologies, a key component of President Obama's effort to help modernize our nation's electric system. Vilsack also announced nine rural electric cooperatives and utilities in 10 states including North Carolina will receive...

 

LIFEGUARD - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls

** POSITION OPENING ** LIFEGUARD RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN REQUIRED TRAINING AVAILABLE OPENS: September 7, 2012 CLOSES: September 21, 2012 POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the direct supervision of the prevailing Life Guard Supervisor is responsible to oversee safety...

 

Ron Solheid is Named Deputy Commissioner of DOC

St. Paul – Ron Solheid will succeed Richard Crawford as deputy commissioner of the Community Services Division for the Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC). Solheid was most recently the director of community support and administrative services. “I greatly appreciate the opportunity Commissioner Roy has given me to...

 

Chicago teachers hit picket lines; mayor vows to keep kids safe, get them back in classroom

CHICAGO - Thousands of teachers walked off the job Monday in Chicago's first schools strike in 25 years, after union leaders announced that months-long negotiations had failed to resolve a contract dispute with school district officials by a midnight deadline....

 

Photo ID edict could hit 215,000 Minnesota voters

Showing photo identification is a no-brainer for the vast majority of Minnesotans who have the magic card in their wallets and purses and produce it regularly to conduct even the most routine transactions....

 

White Earth and Tsleil-Waututh Nations Partner on Community Wind Power

Two tribes, from different sides of the 49th Parallel, are reuniting Turtle Island with a business deal. A First Nations–owned company in British Columbia will supply wind power to the White Earth Community Service Center in Naytahwaush and to the Ojibwa Building Supplies facility in Waubun, the U.S. tribe announced on September 6. Read more:http://indianc...

 

Tsawwassen chief-elect, 23, steps cautiously into public eye

When the Tsawwassen First Nation held elections this week, the buzz was imperceptible. Kim Baird had been chief for 13 years and, in that time, had led her people to independence....

 

$75M to be distributed to Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal members Wednesday

PABLO – More than $75 million will be distributed across the Flathead Indian Reservation on Wednesday, when members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes receive part of a settlement with the United States government....

 

Polson bank plans ahead for distribution of settlement

Eagle Bank in Polson is gearing up for three to five days of long lines and paperwork....

 

Slain UNC student 'sweetest person in the world'

Warrenton, N.C. — Two days after a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student was found slain, members of her Haliwa-Saponi tribe showed why every beat of her heart and every breath she took mattered to them....

 

Police investigate homicide of female UNC student

CHAPEL HILL–A ribbon hangs outside the door of the American Indian Center to honor one of their own....

 

Oneida police probe deaths of 25 buffalo

ONEIDA — Oneida police are trying determine whether vandalism or human error led to the deaths of 25 of the tribe’s buffalo over the Labor Day weekend....

 

UNC student Faith Hedgepeth found dead in her apartment

A 19-year-old UNC student was found dead in her apartment Friday morning in what Chapel Hill police are investigating as a homicide....

 

Vigil planned for UNC student found murdered in apartment

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A vigil is planned on Monday to remember a University of North Carolina Chapel Hill student found murdered at her apartment Friday....

 

Sexual violence is tearing Native American communities apart

The Northern Cheyenne people have a saying: "A nation is not defeated until the hearts of its women are on the ground. Then it's finished. No matter how brave its warriors, or how strong its weapons." Well, we are pretty sure that for much of the Native American community, the nation is near defeat....

 

US attorneys, tribal officials talk public safety

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Criminal prosecutions have soared on American Indian reservations in the Dakotas in the past year, though tribal officials told federal prosecutors Thursday that more needs to be done to quell crime....

 

Oglala District Elders Take Over Pine Ridge CAP Office to Protest Elder Abuse, Neglect, Theft of Program Funds

Oglala Community, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation - On Friday August 31st, 2012, a brave group of Lakota elders from the Oglala District of Pine Ridge Reservation peacefully and prayerfully took over the Oglala District Community Action Program (CAP) Office to protest unlawful Elderly Abuse and Neglect as a result of more than $10,000 in CAP funds that were stolen by Oglala...

 

Police Allegedly Draw Their Weapons on Runner With Sacred Eagle Staff

An odd story out of Oklahoma, where on September 5 a man participating in a Peace & Dignity Journey (PDJ) run was allegedly stopped and cuffed by police while for carrying a scared eagle staff. The PDJ is a First Nation organization that invites Natives and non-Natives alike to participate in perserving American Indian culture, and had organized a run through Kay County,...

 

Video Spotlight: Past, Present and Future of Native Americans in Minneapolis

Native elders speak out about conditions in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the past, present and the future. Clyde Bellecourt, of the American Indian Movement, discusses how Indians couldn’t even apply for jobs. To get work many would say they were Hispanic or Italian. “That was the conditions that existed,” he says. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedia...

 

Dennis Banks and Kitaro Collaboration Available for Pre-order on iTunes

Acclaimed Native American activist Dennis Banks has collaborated with new age musician Kitaro for an album of Native singing and spoken word to musical accompaniment. The collection goes on sale September 11, but is available for pre-order now at the Apple iTunes store. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/09/07/dennis-banks-and-kitaro-co...

 

Fire totals Wounded Knee Museum in Wall

An electrical fire has destroyed the 10-year-old Wounded Knee Museum in Wall, dedicated to the 1890 massacre on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation....

 

USDA Grants Helps Tribes Reduce Sugar, Starch by Promoting Nutrition Education

Commods, short for commodities—it’s a term used throughout Indian Country for the food available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR). Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/09/07/usda-grants-helps-tribes-reduce-sugar-starch-by-promoting-nutrition-education-133215...

 

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