Calf shipping plays big role in family bonding for Jumpers

BIG CYPRESS — The cow pen in Big Cypress and the marsh pen in Brighton bustled with activity from July 9 to 20 as 3,672

Weaving Fort Marion into Florida’s Native history

The Museum’s historic collection consists of many types of things, from 19th century newspapers to patchwork clothing, to sculpture and paintings. However, the majority of the


Cathy Newby appointed NB3 Foundation board chair

The Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation announced in June that Cathy Newby, a member of the Diné (Navajo) Nation, is the foundation’s new board of

Make preparations for mosquito season

April and May showers bring June … not flowers, mosquitoes. After the heavy rains of May and subtropical storm Alberto, the biting bugs are back and