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Job Opportunities

Are you interested in temporary summer labor or driving jobs? MNDOT is now hiring in the areas of Virginia all the way to Duluth and surrounding areas!

February 23rd, 2024|Tops|0 Comments

Open Gym @ Vermilion BGC

Bring the family out to Vermilion's open gym nights at the Vermilion Wellness Center in Tower, MN. Youth should be enrolled in the BGC and be between the ages of 11-18! Volunteers welcome.

February 23rd, 2024|Tops|0 Comments

Circle of Security Parent Group classes

Circle of Security is a relationship-based parenting program. The class will include videos, reflection, and discussion.Who should attend? Parents of children, foster parents, anyone raising children. Its never too late to find new ways to connect!

December 21st, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Young Tribal Leaders Art Contest

The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Division of Environmental Services and Cultural Resources Management (DESCRM) is hosting a Young Tribal Leaders Art Contest to further highlight the perspectives and creativity of Native youth and young professionals across the nation within themes of culture, environment, and climate.

December 20th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Native American Art needed!

Here is your chance to showcase your native american artwork for free. It's your choice if you'd like to sell or just show! get a hold of us at the station 218-757-3261 option 4.

October 19th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Air quality alert expanded

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has expanded the current air quality alert to include the western half of Minnesota. The alert now runs until 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6.

September 6th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Food Safety Alert

Check out these food safety alerts brought to our attention from concerned community members! Beef and some vegetable products included.

August 10th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Carbon Dioxide and the Indoor Environment

From global warming, to rising sea level, to ocean acidification, these are just some of the well-documented consequences if carbon dioxide (CO 2) levels in the atmosphere are allowed to continue on their current trajectory, through the end of this century.

July 7th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Save The Boundary Waters!

The goal of Save The Boundary Waters is to gain a permanent ban on sulfide-ore mining in the Watershed of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. This a presentation presented to the Bois Forte Tribal Council.

May 25th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Native mothers who step up

Taking on motherhood-by-marriage comes with its own rewards and challenges. The bond between a woman and her partner’s children is often strong and fulfilling. But it might take some informed effort to get there.

May 12th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

The crops of colonization

Hawai’i has a long association with pineapples. Although the precious fruit likely came to the islands in the 18th Century, it wasn’t until industrialized agriculture arrived with the Dole corporation — backed by U.S. military support to overthrow the existing Hawaiian government

May 8th, 2023|Native America Calling, Tops|0 Comments

Red Flag Warning Issued

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for a majority of Minnesota effective Tuesday, May 2, from noon through 8 p.m. due to extreme fire risk conditions.

May 2nd, 2023|News, Tops|0 Comments

First Native doctoral program

There are three dozen tribal colleges and universities around the country. None of them have a doctoral program. But that’s all set to change this fall when Navajo Technical University starts up an accredited advanced degree track in Diné culture and language sustainability.

April 3rd, 2023|Native America Calling, Tops|0 Comments

Anticipation for Avi Kwa Ame

President Joe Biden is expected to designate Avi Kwa Ame a national monument, but the action will have to wait. Tribes and environmental organizations pushed for the federal designation for a number of years before President Biden expressed his intentions to protect the 450,000 acre site last November.

March 13th, 2023|Native America Calling, Tops|0 Comments

Land Owners Workshop

This is a free workshop for owners of Indian trust land. Learn how individuals acquired fractionated land interests and options available to land owners.

March 7th, 2023|Tops|0 Comments

Another Winter Storm Possible

* Snow is forecast to begin to overspread northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin through the day on Wednesday. Snow may continue, especially for northwest Wisconsin, into Saturday.

December 21st, 2022|Tops|0 Comments

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