More news for September 30.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
ELKO COUNTY - The Reno Gazette Journal has the report Elko County jail cleared in inmate suicide that begins "Prosecutors in Elko County have cleared the sheriff’s office of any wrongdoing in the death of an inmate who hanged himself at the county jail in June."
TEMOAK TRIBE - On September 22, a federal charge of misdemeanor assault resulting in serious bodily injury was filed in Nevada Federal District Court against Vivian Marie Potter for an incident that occurred on the Elko Indian Colony.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
ELKO COUNTY - Fox News has the article Advocates Cite Purported MOVE Act Violations in Seven More States that reports "An organization fighting to ensure that all overseas members of the U.S. military have the opportunity to vote has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder listing what it says are violations of the federal MOVE Act in two states and in multiple counties in five other states, FoxNews.com has learned" and "Matt Griffin, Deputy for Elections, Nevada Secretary of State, admitted that Elko County had not been able to get their absentee ballots out before the deadline, but he said White Pine County had no problems whatsoever."
BATTLE MOUNTAIN BAND – The Battle Mountain Band Council has a job announcement for the position of Recycle Technician. The position is part-time and $8.00 to $10.00 an hour. Applications will be accepted until October 6.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
NEVADA - The New York Times has the article Water Use in Southwest Heads for a Day of Reckoning that begins "A once-unthinkable day is looming on the Colorado River. Barring a sudden end to the Southwest’s 11-year drought, the distribution of the river’s dwindling bounty is likely to be reordered as early as next year because the flow of water cannot keep pace with the region’s demands."
Monday, September 27, 2010
DENVER - Indian Country Today has the article Pipeline creates tribal dissent that begins "A 680-mile natural gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon has been praised by Colorado's governor, the state's resource-rich Ute tribal nations, and the Council of Energy Resource Tribes, but the project irks some residents on at least four reservations who say it disturbs cultural resources and they were excluded from decision-making."
Friday, September 24, 2010
Thursday, September 23, 2010
TEMOAK TRIBE - Indianz.com has the report Tribes share in law enforcement grants from Justice Department that begins "Tribes nationwide are sharing in $127 million in law enforcement grants from the Department of Justice."
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
NATIONAL - The Walls Street Journal's Marketwatch has the article Gold hits record after Fed raises deflation specter that begins "Gold futures soared to new record Wednesday, fueled by fears of deflation after the Federal Reserve signaled it may inject more cash into the financial system to support the U.S. recovery."
ELKO - The Las Vegas Sun has the report Ranger: 3,600 visited trail display near Elko that begins "A ranger says the California Trail Center in northeast Nevada drew more than 3,600 visitors from 45 states and 11 foreign countries during the summer."
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
NATIONAL - The Wall Street Journal has the article Gold Surges to New Records Post-Fed that begins "Gold futures set a new record after the settlement on the view that the Federal Reserve would initiate another round of government asset purchases to stimulate the economy, boosting gold's value as an alternative asset."
ELKO - KTVN has the report Elko hospital strike averted with labor agreement that begins "Officials say a 1-day strike has been averted in northeast Nevada with a tentative agreement between the nurses' union and Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital."
Monday, September 20, 2010
WASHINGTON - Indian Country Today has the article ‘Far-talking’ broadband network to reach rural Indian country that begins "When Tehan Woglake is up and running the business will fulfill the promise of its name."
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Friday, September 17, 2010
CONNECTICUT - The Wall Street Journal has the article Tribe's Roll of Dice Rattles Lenders that begins "Michael Thomas, a Pequot Indian with a brash leadership style and a checkered past, was a driving force behind turning Foxwoods Resort Casino into one of the world's largest casinos, and for making tribal members rich in the process. These days, he's being cast as the man who triggered a financial crisis."
BATTLE MOUNTAIN - Memorial services for Tamara Lavonne Knight will be held today at 10:00 a.m. at the Battle Mountain Band Administration Building, 37 Mountain View Drive, Battle Mountain, Nevada.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
NEVADA - The State of Nevada's Education Reform Blue Ribbon Task Force launched a new website Nevada Promises to help with solving the education problems facing the State such as the lowest graduation rate in the nation and half of high school students failing to graduate high school.
NATIONAL - Bloomberg has the article Gold Rises to Record on Increased Demand for Wealth Protection that begins "Gold rose to a record for the second time this week as the dollar’s drop spurred demand for the precious metal as a hedge against turmoil in the global economy and financial markets."
BATTLE MOUNTAIN BAND - Richard Smith, Battle Mountain Band Council member, was sworn in as the newest member of the Te-Moak Tribal Council. Smith replaces Lorrie Carpenter as the Battle Mountain Band representative.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
SOUTH FORK BAND - When the South Fork Band Council issued the land assignments of Floyd Bill and Chester Knight, did the divorce of the new land assignment holder factor in the issuance.
TEMOAK TRIBE - The Te-Moak Tribe has issued a notice for a special Tribal Council meeting set for 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 16, at the Te-Moak Housing Authority conference room, before the beginning of the Te-Moak Housing meeting.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
NATIONAL - The Wall Street Journal has the article Haven Buys Send Gold Futures To Fresh Record that begins "Gold futures hit a record above $1,270 Tuesday as investors wanted the perceived safety of the metal after weaker-than-forecast data from Europe's largest economy."
NEVADA - ABC News has the report Groups Mount New Challenge to Ruby Pipeline Plan that begins "Environmental groups are again asking a federal appeals court to stop a plan to build a $3 billion natural gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon."
TEMOAK TRIBE - With the appeal hearing for Mendez vs. TMHA, Premo vs. Elko Band Council, and Ike vs. Stevens being heard on Monday, September 20, excerpts from orders being appealed in the three cases are printed below.
Monday, September 13, 2010
Sunday, September 12, 2010
ELKO COUNTY - KTVN has the report Elko County Commission picks road plan facilitator that begins "The Elko County Commission has appointed a Great Basin College instructor to facilitate a motor vehicle use plan with the U.S. Forest Service."
Saturday, September 11, 2010
NEVADA - The Reno Gazette Journal has the article Investigation sought into allegation BLM sent Nevada wild horses to sale for slaughter that begins "Wild horse advocates are asking the federal government to investigate allegations that the Bureau of Land Management sent 172 Nevada mustangs to an auction attended by “slaughter buyers” in July."
Friday, September 10, 2010
TEMOAK TRIBE - The Bureau of Indian Affairs posted a new update on its Western Shoshone claims distribution website about the company that is processing claims applications.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
OREGON - Oregon Public Broadcasting has the article Pipeline Deals With Environmental Groups Have Ranchers Angry that begins "When the Houston-based El Paso Corporation announced plans to build a 680-mile natural gas pipeline from Malin, Oregon to Opal, Wyoming, energy observers knew the project was certain generate some opposition."
ELKO BAND - The Elko Band Council has a job announcement for three positions of Roads Asphalt Laborers . The salary for the position is $13.00 per hour (up to 40 hours a week). The application deadline is Friday, August 10.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Monday, September 6, 2010
BATTLE MOUNTAIN BAND – The Battle Mountain Band Council has a job announcement for the position of Smoke Shop Manager. The position is full-time and salary for the position depends on experience. The position is open until filled. Any persons interested can contact the Battle Mountain Band offices at (775) 635-2004.
More information can be found here.
More information can be found here.
Job Announcement: Maintenance Helper, Roads Foreman, Roads Traffic Control Workers, Senior Citizen Cook
ELKO BAND - The Elko Band Council has a job announcement for position of Maintenance Helper. The salary for the position is $8.00 per hour. The application deadline is open until filled.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
NEVADA - KLAS-TV has the report More Roundups Planned Despite Pleas from Congress that begins "Government contractors have fired up their helicopters for yet another roundup of Nevada wild horses."
NEVADA - The Las Vegas Review-Journal has the article Ex-first lady Gibbons: Reid right choice that begins "Nothing personal, but former Nevada first lady Dawn Gibbons said Wednesday that Sharron Angle, a fellow Republican whom she called "a friend," isn't getting her vote in the U.S. Senate race."
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
OREGON - Oregon Public Broadcasting has the report Court Denies Request To Halt Pipeline Construction that begins "The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request to halt construction of a 670-mile natural gas pipeline being built between Malin, Oregon and Opal, Wyoming."
NATIONAL - The Wall Street Journal has the article Illegal Immigration to U.S. Slows Sharply that begins "Illegal immigration to the U.S. has slowed sharply since 2007, as the bleak U.S. job market has discouraged potential migrants from heading north."