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The Latest: Mugabe meeting with South African delegation

Pope’s new ride sent from above

Russia is ‘non-compliant’ with code: WADA

Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe seemed invincible but era ends

Quake in South Korea left 1,500 homeless, dozens injured

President Trump a hit among residents in Chinese neighborhood

UCLA suspends 3 basketball players after shoplifting arrest in China 0:42

Pope Francis sticks with popemobile instead of $200K Lamborghini 0:48

Spain: Jailed Catalan secession activist to run in election

The Latest: Mugabe meeting with South African delegation

Suicide bomber kills 14 at political meeting in Afghanistan

China renews call for North Korea, US ‘freeze-for-freeze’

The Latest: Trump calls Chinese envoy to NKorea a ‘big move’

Germany: Dutch man arrested with drugs worth $3.5 million

Former Malaysian PM: Current government ‘must go’

Grenfell Tower fire killed 71 people, including a stillborn baby, police say

Train crossing in Finland closed after deadly crash

Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe seemed invincible but era ends

Zimbabwe calm as Mugabe is urged to step down peacefully

Cambodia’s top court orders opposition party dissolved

Activists praise Trudeau’s comments about Duterte crackdown

Criticism of US sanctions returns in Iran after earthquake

The Latest: Saudi FM says up to Hariri to decide to return

Police arrest man who held hostages in Madrid bank hold-up

Egyptian army says 3 militants killed, 74 arrested in Sinai

Saudi foreign minister says it is up to resigned Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to decide when to return to Lebanon


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Northland Pioneer College is located at the doorstep of the American Southwest where the high desert meets the White Mountains of northeastern Arizona. Nearby mountains and lakes provide numerous outdoor activities and the desert plateaus and mesas offer endless, beautiful landscapes. Northland Pioneer College offers classes at four campuses and five centers across northeastern Arizona which includes the areas encompassed by three Native American tribes. As a NCA-HLC accredited public community college we serve over 8,000 students annually in courses and programs.

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Human Resources at (928) 524-7473
or you can send them an e-mail.
Fax: (928) 524-7477

NPC’s Office of Human Resources is located on the

Painted Desert Campus at 2251 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, AZ 86025.

Navajo County Community College District, dba Northland Pioneer College,

is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Northland Pioneer College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, veteran status, religion, marital status, gender, age or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational programs or activities. District grievance procedures will be followed for compliance with Title IX and Section 504 requirements. The Affirmative Action Compliance Officer is the Director of Human Resources, 2251 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, AZ 86025, (928) 524-7471. The Section 504 Compliance Officer is the Coordinator of Disability Resource and Access, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs, Show Low, AZ 85901, (800) 266-7845. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. Revised 9-12-14


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SPEARFISH — More sanitary sewer trunkline is set to get upsized in Spearfish.

BH Pioneer now official paper of Meade School District

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STURGIS — The Black Hills Pioneer received designation Monday as the Meade 46-1 School Board’s official newspaper, as per recommendation of the school district’s attorney.

Troublesome water line in Lead to be replaced

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LEAD — Engineers are inspecting a water line in Lead to determine what it will cost to replace the pipe that serves nine homes along Summit and Houston streets.

Home construction from the ground up

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  • Nov 14, 2017
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BELLE FOURCHE — Two juniors and six seniors comprise this year’s residential construction course at Belle Fourche High School where the annual house building project is on track for spring completion.

Sports

Broncs look toward state A tourney

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BELLE FOURCHE — Belle Fourche begins the state A volleyball tournament Thursday when the third-seeded Broncs face number 6 Sioux Valley at 6 p.m. The Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Barnett Arena in Rapid City hosts all matches.

BHSU volleyball earns first NCAA Division II post-season bid

  • Nov 14, 2017
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SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University women’s volleyball team earned its first NCCAA Division II postseason bid in school history after Chadron State lost both of its matches on Friday and Saturday night.

Spearfish boxers competing at USA Boxing Elite Championships

  • Nov 13, 2017
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By Dennis Knuckles

Yellow Jacket men defeat Yellowstone

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  • Nov 13, 2017
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SPEARFISH — Black Hills State University shot 60 percent from the floor Saturday night and blitzed Yellowstone Christian 99-64 in nonconference men’s basketball action at the Young Center, in Spearfish.

Obituaries

Joan Mary Ainsworth, 90

  • 19 hrs ago

Joan Mary Ainsworth, 90, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 9,

LaVae Gilbertson, 81

  • 19 hrs ago

LaVae Gilbertson, 81, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 12, 20

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt

  • 19 hrs ago

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt passed away peacefully Saturday,

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89

  • 19 hrs ago

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89, from Spearfish, completed his earthly

Candace J. Huhn, 65

  • 19 hrs ago

Candace J. Huhn, 65, of Belle Fourche, passed away Nov. 9, 201

Opinion

Sheldon Reese: SD bicycle salesman, inventor, doll collector, and more

  • Nov 10, 2017
  • 0

Interesting things catch my eye as I page through history books looking for topics for this column, and recently, the caption of a photo of a man in an early automobile caught my attention. It read, “Sheldon Reese, in his mid teens, invented an innovative automobile that gained publicity wor

He dresses like a million bucks

  • Nov 9, 2017
  • 0

How does a guy spend a million dollars on clothes?

The little Nemo engine that could

  • Nov 3, 2017
  • 0

Whenever I pass huge semi-trailers on the interstate, I always marvel at how things have changed through the years. At one time, animals pulling wagons were the only way to transport large amounts of freight through areas without waterways. Homestake Mine used such teams before the railway m


Employment Opportunities at NPC, Northland Pioneer College, Arizona, pioneer loan.#Pioneer #loan


Employment Opportunities at NPC

Pioneer loan

Northland Pioneer College is located at the doorstep of the American Southwest where the high desert meets the White Mountains of northeastern Arizona. Nearby mountains and lakes provide numerous outdoor activities and the desert plateaus and mesas offer endless, beautiful landscapes. Northland Pioneer College offers classes at four campuses and five centers across northeastern Arizona which includes the areas encompassed by three Native American tribes. As a NCA-HLC accredited public community college we serve over 8,000 students annually in courses and programs.

Pioneer loan

▶ Current list of Northland Pioneer College jobs

For further information call:

Human Resources at (928) 524-7473
or you can send them an e-mail.
Fax: (928) 524-7477

NPC’s Office of Human Resources is located on the

Painted Desert Campus at 2251 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, AZ 86025.

Navajo County Community College District, dba Northland Pioneer College,

is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Northland Pioneer College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, veteran status, religion, marital status, gender, age or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational programs or activities. District grievance procedures will be followed for compliance with Title IX and Section 504 requirements. The Affirmative Action Compliance Officer is the Director of Human Resources, 2251 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, AZ 86025, (928) 524-7471. The Section 504 Compliance Officer is the Coordinator of Disability Resource and Access, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs, Show Low, AZ 85901, (800) 266-7845. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. Revised 9-12-14


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SPEARFISH — More sanitary sewer trunkline is set to get upsized in Spearfish.

BH Pioneer now official paper of Meade School District

  • 19 hrs ago
  • 0

STURGIS — The Black Hills Pioneer received designation Monday as the Meade 46-1 School Board’s official newspaper, as per recommendation of the school district’s attorney.

Troublesome water line in Lead to be replaced

  • 19 hrs ago
  • 0

LEAD — Engineers are inspecting a water line in Lead to determine what it will cost to replace the pipe that serves nine homes along Summit and Houston streets.

Home construction from the ground up

  • +4
  • Nov 14, 2017
  • 0

BELLE FOURCHE — Two juniors and six seniors comprise this year’s residential construction course at Belle Fourche High School where the annual house building project is on track for spring completion.

Sports

Broncs look toward state A tourney

  • +3
  • 19 hrs ago
  • 0

BELLE FOURCHE — Belle Fourche begins the state A volleyball tournament Thursday when the third-seeded Broncs face number 6 Sioux Valley at 6 p.m. The Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Barnett Arena in Rapid City hosts all matches.

BHSU volleyball earns first NCAA Division II post-season bid

  • Nov 14, 2017
  • 0

SPEARFISH — The Black Hills State University women’s volleyball team earned its first NCCAA Division II postseason bid in school history after Chadron State lost both of its matches on Friday and Saturday night.

Spearfish boxers competing at USA Boxing Elite Championships

  • Nov 13, 2017
  • 0

By Dennis Knuckles

Yellow Jacket men defeat Yellowstone

  • +3
  • Nov 13, 2017
  • 0

SPEARFISH — Black Hills State University shot 60 percent from the floor Saturday night and blitzed Yellowstone Christian 99-64 in nonconference men’s basketball action at the Young Center, in Spearfish.

Obituaries

Joan Mary Ainsworth, 90

  • 19 hrs ago

Joan Mary Ainsworth, 90, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 9,

LaVae Gilbertson, 81

  • 19 hrs ago

LaVae Gilbertson, 81, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 12, 20

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt

  • 19 hrs ago

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt passed away peacefully Saturday,

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89

  • 19 hrs ago

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89, from Spearfish, completed his earthly

Candace J. Huhn, 65

  • 19 hrs ago

Candace J. Huhn, 65, of Belle Fourche, passed away Nov. 9, 201

Opinion

Sheldon Reese: SD bicycle salesman, inventor, doll collector, and more

  • Nov 10, 2017
  • 0

Interesting things catch my eye as I page through history books looking for topics for this column, and recently, the caption of a photo of a man in an early automobile caught my attention. It read, “Sheldon Reese, in his mid teens, invented an innovative automobile that gained publicity wor

He dresses like a million bucks

  • Nov 9, 2017
  • 0

How does a guy spend a million dollars on clothes?

The little Nemo engine that could

  • Nov 3, 2017
  • 0

Whenever I pass huge semi-trailers on the interstate, I always marvel at how things have changed through the years. At one time, animals pulling wagons were the only way to transport large amounts of freight through areas without waterways. Homestake Mine used such teams before the railway m


International News, Latest World News, Videos & Photos -ABC News – ABC News, pioneer military loans.#Pioneer #military #loans


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International News

Top International Stories

The Latest: Mugabe meeting with South African delegation

Pope’s new ride sent from above

Russia is ‘non-compliant’ with code: WADA

Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe seemed invincible but era ends

Quake in South Korea left 1,500 homeless, dozens injured

President Trump a hit among residents in Chinese neighborhood

UCLA suspends 3 basketball players after shoplifting arrest in China 0:42

Pope Francis sticks with popemobile instead of $200K Lamborghini 0:48

Spain: Jailed Catalan secession activist to run in election

The Latest: Mugabe meeting with South African delegation

Suicide bomber kills 14 at political meeting in Afghanistan

China renews call for North Korea, US ‘freeze-for-freeze’

The Latest: Trump calls Chinese envoy to NKorea a ‘big move’

Germany: Dutch man arrested with drugs worth $3.5 million

Former Malaysian PM: Current government ‘must go’

Grenfell Tower fire killed 71 people, including a stillborn baby, police say

Train crossing in Finland closed after deadly crash

Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe seemed invincible but era ends

Zimbabwe calm as Mugabe is urged to step down peacefully

Cambodia’s top court orders opposition party dissolved

Activists praise Trudeau’s comments about Duterte crackdown

Criticism of US sanctions returns in Iran after earthquake

The Latest: Saudi FM says up to Hariri to decide to return

Police arrest man who held hostages in Madrid bank hold-up

Egyptian army says 3 militants killed, 74 arrested in Sinai

Saudi foreign minister says it is up to resigned Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to decide when to return to Lebanon


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Joan Mary Ainsworth, 90, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 9, 2017. Joan was born on April 15, 1927 in Lead, to Florence (Kitterman) and Omer Moorhead. Upon graduating from Spearfish High School in 1945, she attended BHSU. She married the man of her dreams, Stan Ainsworth, in 1946. Together

LaVae Gilbertson, 81

  • 19 hrs ago
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LaVae Gilbertson, 81, of Spearfish, passed away on Nov. 12, 2017, at the Belle Fourche Healthcare Center.

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt

  • 19 hrs ago
  • 0

Elaine Marie Pfeifer Schmidt passed away peacefully Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, at the Belle Fourche Healthcare Center.

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89

  • 19 hrs ago
  • 0

Glenn Arthur Hogen, 89, from Spearfish, completed his earthly sojourn at Edgewood Vista, Nov. 13, 2017.

Candace J. Huhn, 65

  • 19 hrs ago
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Candace J. Huhn, 65, of Belle Fourche, passed away Nov. 9, 2017, at Spearfish Regional Hospital.

Maxine L. (Henderson) Kermu

  • Nov 14, 2017
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Maxine (Henderson) Kermu died November 8, 2017. She was born February 21, 1932, in Lead, S.D., and married Earle “Ike” Kermu on January 25, 1953. Maxine worked at the Lead Public Schools for 30 years.

Phillip ‘Phil’ Lee Barnett, 68

  • Nov 14, 2017
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Phillip “Phil” Lee Barnett, 68, of Summerset, passed away Nov. 11, 2017, at the Fort Meade VA Medical Center.

Patricia Jean Kellsy

  • Nov 14, 2017
  • 0

Patricia Jean Kellsy of Spearfish and formerly of Winner, died Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, at Serenity Corner Assisted Living in Spearfish.

Richard (Dick) V. Elliott

  • Updated Nov 14, 2017
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Richard Vernon Elliott, 66, of Lead, passed away Tuesday Nov. 7, 2017, after a two year battle with Cancer.

Marilyn Carol Thein

  • Updated Nov 14, 2017
  • 0

Born and raised in Lead, Marilyn learned the value of hard work, loyal friendships, and a loving family that life in a Midwestern mining town naturally inspires. She embraced challenges, continually tried to improve herself, and sought to motivate others. Though certainly a tough cookie from


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Lending Scams Target Military

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In every military town, you will pass multiple pawnshops, cash advance shops, and used car dealerships with no credit needed loans to buy their vehicles.

These businesses, all within a close radius of any military base are preying on young military personnel with a steady paycheck who are unfamiliar with high interest rates on these types of loans.

There is hope for the people considering using these businesses – The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.

This nonprofit agency provides Navy and Marine Corps families with financial assistance and interest-free loans during family crisis.

The Army and Air Force also has the Army Emergency Relief Society and the Air Force Relief Society to help soldiers and airmen get loans for all types of financial situations.

These programs offer military families another option over the quick-cash businesses and who ultimately get hooked into a relentless cycle of high-interest loans.

It s a poor choice using these high interest rate businesses. Consider the military relief organizations first, because if you go for the instant cash, they have you locked into an interest rate that is difficult to meet the monthly obligations.

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) Assistance

Steve Tripoli, a consumer advocate with the National Consumer Law Center, accused quick cash lenders of targeting the service members and veterans with unfair lending practices.

NCLC issued the 66-page report that day, entitled, In Harm s Way — At Home: Consumer Scams and the Direct Targeting of America s Military and Veterans. The center is a nonprofit organization that works to address consumer issues, especially those affecting low-income consumers.

These loan businesses are using deceptive practices that violate federal law provisions of the Truth in Lending Law, designed to inform consumers of the amount that credit will cost.

Also, many of these high-interest loans could be in violation of state laws that prohibit unfair, deceptive acts and other fraudulent practices in the marketplace.

They (service members) are absolutely under siege by these businesses, Tripoli said. He illustrated his point with a slide presentation that showed how various cash-advance stores, quick-cash lenders, and auto-title pawn shops had set up shop on the main road leading to Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, Ga.

How bad do service people fall for it? Certainly because they mismanage their money, in some cases, he said. But that s not very hard to do when your salary is low and you re young and inexperienced, he added.

Tripoli said military personnel are particularly vulnerable to quick-cash lenders because of economics and demographics.

Service people are attractive targets because they are younger, their paychecks are of a very stable source — the U.S. government; They re not about to be laid off and apparently are facing — especially the younger ones – – more financial pressures early in life, he explained.

Meanwhile to get military personnel to borrow money, Tripoli noted that many lenders give their businesses names that sound military affiliated.

Those cited in the report include names such as Pioneer Military Lending, Veterans First Financial Service, American Military Debt Management Service and Armed Forces Loans. Tripoli said that such names tend to make people think these companies are catering to the military. They DO NOT!

They cram their promotional literature with expressions of concern for military families, he said. He added that advertisements in military newspapers lead service members to believe that these national newspapers are official newspapers when in fact they are not, he said.

According to the report, what s common about businesses that offer cash advances on personal checks, or payday loans, and others often disguised as phone-card, Internet and catalog-sales companies is that they loan small amounts of cash for short terms at exceedingly high interest rates.

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A business called Florida Internet offers its customers a series of instant-cash rebate options in exchange for signing up for Internet service.

One reported option is a $480 rebate when customers commit to a year s Internet service. The cost is $80 every two weeks, automatically deducted from customer s bank or credit card accounts, for up to eight hours service. And the Internet can only be accessed at the company s handful of storefront sites.

When NCLC advocates visited two companies, they found four terminals, two at each company. However, none of the computers was in use, Tripoli said.

Although unlimited Internet access on a home computer can be purchased for about $20 a month, the report says customers buying the $480 rebate option will end up paying $2,080 ($173.33 per month) for a year of limited service (eight hours every two weeks). The result: The $480 rebate that costs $173.33 monthly for one year translates into a 421.6 percent annual percentage rate.

The report said that phone-card sales companies operate in a similar fashion. In one example, a company near Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., sold phone-card memberships that provide an instant $300 cash back rebate. In exchange, the borrower agrees to purchase 300 minutes worth of phone cards at a cost of $67.50 every two weeks, or $135 a month over the next year.

Tripoli said this means the $300 rebate amounts to 533 percent annual percentage rate.

Customers who use catalog-sales companies for cash advances rarely use the catalog coupons issued by the company in exchange for the advances, Tripoli noted.

And he says the products offered by catalog sales companies are very high priced and of low quality. He added the products are subject to outrageous shipping and handling charges that make the purchases not worthwhile.

The report also targets auto-title pawn dealers that provide short-term loans based on a vehicle s value, using its title as collateral. In many cases, if the borrower defaults on the loan, the lender claims the vehicle for a fraction of its value.

Remember, if money handed to you is too good to be true – it probably is. Do not fall for the easy money options. Check with your chain of command first and get some military financial advice from professionals who are part of the military team.