Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum to Unveil New Exhibit

BIG CYPRESS – The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum will debut a new exhibit on Monday, December 16 – Alligator Wrestling: Danger. Entertainment. Tradition. Exploring the deep roots of the Seminole Tribe’s relationship to alligators, the exhibit will be open to the public until December 2020. Museum visitors will discover how alligator wrestling took hold and how

Seminoles, EIRA compete at INFR in Las Vegas

Three top 10 overall finishes were among the highlights for the Seminole Tribe and the Eastern Indian Rodeo Association at the Indian National Finals Rodeo. Held in late October at South Pointe Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, the annual event draws hundreds of the best cowboys and cowgirls from Indian Country.

Andrew Fish, STU wrap up solid first season

It’s a good time to be a St. Thomas University student-athlete as its athletics program continues to expand. The school’s new football program, which includes Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School and Moore Haven High School graduate Andrew Fish (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma), wrapped up its inaugural season on Nov. 16. A

Moore Haven finds groove in postseason

(Editor’s note: Moore Haven’s regional final playoff game against Champagnat Catholic was scheduled to be played Nov. 22, after the Tribune’s deadline). FORT LAUDERDALE — After a few splendid seasons, Moore Haven High School football appeared headed toward a mediocre campaign this fall, but thanks to a pair of upsets in

Red Ribbon rolls into Big Cypress

BIG CYPRESS — Big Cypress sent a message as it held its Red Ribbon parade Nov. 6 on Josie Billie Highway. Ahfachkee students gathered outside of the school to greet the 15 floats and catch candy tossed their way. The theme of Red Ribbon 2019 is “Send a Message, Be Drug Free,”

Isleta Pueblo Chief judge becomes first Native American to deliver opening Prayer in the U.S. House of Representatives

Isleta Pueblo Chief Judge Verna Teller made history on Nov. 13 when she became the first Native American to deliver the opening prayer in the U.S. House of Representatives. (C-SPAN) WASHINGTON — Isleta Pueblo Chief Judge Verna Teller made history Nov. 13 when she became the first Native American to deliver