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Empowering Native American Entrepreneurship

Helping tribes and tribal entrepreneurs across the country boost economic growth can serve as a crucial part of the solution to the problems facing Indian Country today, so said tribal leaders, business owners, and government officials who met this week at the inaugural meeting of the U.S. Chamber’s Native American Enterprise...

 
 By Deborah Large    News    December 6, 2012

Noted Chickasaw Performer Te Ata Featured In New Bill Murray Movie

Mary “Te Ata” Thompson Fisher is a cultural icon for many Native Americans. Te Ata, an enrolled citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, was a master storyteller and entertainer who took her talent across the globe singing and dancing for presidents and kings. One of those instances will be a key moment in a new Bill Murray movie,...

 

REGISTERED NURSE - Red Lake Criminal Justice Complex

VACANY ANNOUNCEMENT REGISTERED NURSE Red Lake Criminal Justice Complex (218) 679-4284 Open Date: December 3, 2012 Closing Date: January 4, 2012 Primary Function: Responsible for coordinating and providing health services for inmates and staff at the Red Lake Detention Center. Fulltime position w/ benefits, reports to Detention...

 

Spirit Airlines Starting New Routes Early

Miramar, Florida (December 5, 2012) – Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ: SAVE) has moved up the start date for its new service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Philadelphia and between Dallas/Fort Worth and Minneapolis-St. Paul. The new daily nonstop service for both flights begins April 4, 2013. Customers can check out the insanely low fa...

 

Study to curb alcohol-exposed pregnancies receives funding

(Sioux Falls, SD) – A Sanford Research initiative to prevent alcohol-exposed pregnancies (AEP) and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) in American Indian communities has been granted funding of more than $800,000 by the National Institutes of Health. Titled “Tribal collaborations in the prevention of alcohol-exposed pregnancies,” the three-year project will focus on...

 

State deficit pegged at $1.1 billion, more if Washington fails

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota’s budget will face a $1.1 billion shortfall, state officials announced today, but that number could grow to $2.8 billion if Congress and the president fail to solve a federal budget problem....

 
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U.S. Chamber to Host Event Launching Native American Enterprise Initiative

WASHINGTON, D.C..— The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will host an event to launch the Native American Enterprise Initiative (NAEI), a new advocacy initiative to promote the interests and agenda of tribes and tribal entrepreneurs across the country. The event will bring together tribal leaders, business owners, Members of Congress and Administration Officials to highlight how NAEI...

 

First Nations Development Institute Receives $87,500 Grant From Bank of America for Native American Student Programs

LONGMONT, Colorado (December 6, 2012) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced it has received a grant for $87,500 from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The grant will support First Nations’ national programs and operations, as well as financial education activities for Native American high-school students in New Mexico. First Nations...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    December 6, 2012

Bagley, Kelliher-Northome off to great starts this season

BAGLEY – After falling 78-30 to Thief River Falls, which is ranked No. 10 in the state Class 3A poll, Bagley’s girls basketball team has defeated Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 74-40 and Waubun 67-48. On Friday the Flyers will visit Clearbrook-Gonvick. “We struggled offensively against Thief River Falls’ half-court pressure,” said Bagley coach Brandon Schwegel. Kari...

 

Parties agree tax changes needed

ST. PAUL — Democrats and Republicans said tax reform should be part of a plan to tackle the state’s deficit and create a budget, although on Wednesday they were light on specifics....

 

Illegal immigration drops after decade-long rise as Hispanics hit by poor economy, aging

WASHINGTON - New census data released Thursday affirm a clear and sustained drop in illegal immigration, ending more than a decade of increases....

 

Fewer in U.S. get health insurance through jobs

The number of Americans getting health care coverage through the workplace has dropped for the 11th year in a row, continuing a slide that began long before the Great Recession but that has lingered amid soaring insurance costs....

 

Obama administration takes tough line with GOP in fiscal cliff as Obama talks with Boehner

WASHINGTON - The administration is taking a tough line on the "fiscal cliff" at the same time President Barack Obama resumes contact with House Speaker John Boehner over ways to avert across-the-board spending cuts and tax increases at the turn of the year....

 

Stadium cash not coming in as quickly as expected, forecast says

Tucked into Minnesota's economic forecast, along with the big picture look at state's spending and revenue projections, were passages that said that stadium cash is not flowing in as quickly as expected....

 

White House says middle-class Minnesotans could pay the price

In an effort to galvanize support for President Obama’s proposed middle-class tax cuts, the White House released new data Wednesday showing what’s at stake for taxpayers in Minnesota and other states if Washington goes over the “fiscal cliff....

 

Why the 'tax the rich' debate doesn't matter

Although the majority in Congress appears to believe that some combination of additional taxes and spending cuts are necessary to get America's budget deficit under control, few if any believe that the package of taxes and cuts scheduled to occur Jan. 1 is the right mix....

 

More drugs react dangerously with grapefruit

Twenty years ago, Canadian researchers discovered that grapefruit interferes with the body's metabolism of certain drugs, including the immunosuppressant cyclosporine and at least one drug used to treat high blood pressure....

 

Chukchansi election; more people disenrolled

A tribal council election Dec. 1 at the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in Coarsegold voted in two new members -- Charles "Charlie" Sargosa and Carl "Buzz" Bushman -- and re-elected Nancy Ayala, who's been serving as the tribe's chairperson since this fall....

 

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