Purchase them at the following locations: South West Station: Monday-Friday, am to pm South West Village: Tuesdays, 6 am to am East Creek Station: Wednesdays, 6 am to am Chanhassen Transit Station: Thursdays, 6 am to am South West Transit is committed to helping the businesses community attract and retain employees.Please contact Lori Anderson, South West Transit Business Development Manager, for information on Employer Outreach and how we can assist you with your transportation needs.Prairie Island Indian Community is a drug-free work environment. If interested, please contact Rachael Zebro, HR, Prairie Island Indian Community, 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road, Welch, MN 55089 or call 800 554-5473, ext. EVALUATION CRITERIA: Candidates must submit: (1) a cover letter, (2) resume or biographical information, (3) two writing samples, and (4) three references.If interested, please send resume to: Rachael Zebro, HR Prairie Island Indian Community 5636 Sturgeon Lake Road Welch, MN 55089 or call 800 554-5473, ext. E-mail: [email protected] Fax: 651 385-4180Opening for part-time cashier in Convenience Store. Candidates’ submissions must demonstrate that he or she has the ability to execute the duties and obligations outlined in the Tribe’s Judicial Code and the Constitution.
Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Constructions Management or related field. Applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, job application and MN POST eligibility letter. Qualified candidates must have a degree in Social Work or related field.An adult who can be reached prior to the event and who will be attending the event (but in the case of a wedding, is not a member of a wedding party) must be designated by the holder of the permit as a Contact Person to interact with Management to ensure an enjoyable event.The permit may not be assigned, transferred or sublet by the Permit Holder.A boy from La Grange County who was abducted by his paternal grandparents back in 1994, has been located living, married and well, in Long Prairie, Minnesota. The Landers allegedly took the then 5 year old boy and left from their home in the Wolcottville area to an unknown destination.According to Indiana State Police Detective Jeff Boyd, on July 29, 1994 Richard Wayne Landers, Jr. La Grange County Sheriff Department Deputy John Russell, who is now retired, initiated an investigation and the young boy’s identifiers and pertinent information were placed into several missing children clearinghouses as he was considered a missing and endangered child.In 1999, those charges were elevated to Interference with Custody, a Class C Felony.