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St. Croix Tribal Construction/Fleet

St. Croix Tribal Construction/Fleet 24674 Angeline Ave, Webster, WI. 54893 (P) 715-349-2195 ext. 5211 or 5126 (f) 715-349-5407   May 20th, 2024 To whom it may concern: From: St. Croix Tribal Construction / Roads Department RE:  Building closure   Effective immediately our building will be closed until further notice. We will be preparing to move to a temporary location. This is necessary to prepare this site for our new building.   We will NOT be able to assist with any […]

EPA Building Demolished, New Facility to be Built

“We have lost a long time building in our community. It was a private business, which was part of the Hertel Turtle Days. When I grew up, we had events such as the decorated bike parade – which took place right down Highway 70! There were also turtle races, softball tournaments, and a greased pig contest – which was the most fun thing to watch, in my opinion. Papa John’s made turtle soup for the Hertel Turtle Club Members. It […]

IRS announces special Saturday hours for face-to-face help

Special IRS News: Please share this email and information with your members, clients, staff, colleagues, and anyone who may benefit from it. Feel free to share any of this information on your website and social media platforms

Rise of the Walleye Warrior

Good Afternoon GLIFWC Board and Voigt Intertribal Task Force Representatives.     Today marks 40 years since the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled in favor of Ojibwe reserved rights in the Wisconsin 1837 and 1842 Ceded Territory. GLIFWC Public Information Office is pleased to present our latest short film in the Ogichidaa Storytellers series, RISE OF THE WALLEYE WARRIOR: Lac Courte Oreilles v Voigt Decision, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the landmark case and its legacy in Ojibwe Country.   […]

Wisconsin DHS Tribal Affairs – Important Media Release

Wisconsin DHS Tribal Affairs – Important Media Release The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is expressing concern regarding nine overdose deaths which are under investigation in La Crosse, Wisconsin. It is the belief of local police and medical officials that these deaths may have been the result of a tranq laced opioid supply. “This is either a much more potent opiate, or there may be something intermixed with it, some sort of sedative that would make it less effective to […]