BRIGHTON – The Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School girls basketball team concluded its nearly perfect season Feb. 3 by winning the Around the Lake Conference girls tournament in Brighton.
PECS wrapped up a 13-1 season by defeating Osceola Middle School, 47-26, in the championship game. Adryauna Baker paced a well-balanced offense with
BRIGHTON – In the Around the Lakes Conference boys tournament, Yearling Middle School edged Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School, 35-32, in a hard-fought championship game Feb. 7 on PECS’ home court. Jorge Arias led Yearling with 13 points followed by Daniel Mingo (8), Trey Williams (6), Jay Thomas (4), Brandon Santiago
BRIGHTON – The loudest cheers from the crowd under the roof of Brighton’s Fred Smith Rodeo Arena were directed to the bareback rider from right down the road.
When it came his turn, Jacoby Johns gave the fans plenty to hoot and holler about as he produced a score of 81
There’s been a lot for Cheyenne Nunez to like about her first season of playing college softball.
She likes her teammates, coaches and school and loves being a starter on the State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota softball team which won 10 of its first 12 games this season with the former
BIG CYPRESS – With an array of student art from kindergartners to high school seniors, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is currently home to some of the Ahfachkee School’s most imaginative work. Twenty-two pieces fill a wall in the museum as part of an annual exhibition that helps link the students and
BRIGHTON – The Brighton Field Day is still looking good at 80.
The 80th edition of the annual event welcomed thousands of visitors to the Brighton Reservation for three sun-splashed days of art, culture, dance, food, music, wildlife and professional rodeo.
Field Day started Feb. 16, a day when the temperature reached
HOLLYWOOD – Casey Camp-Horinek knows first-hand what kind of disruption drilling into the Earth can cause, which was one reason why the member of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma’s Business Committee expressed gratitude to the Seminole Tribe for hosting its first Renewable Energy & Sustainability Conference.
“We really learned a lot
HOLLYWOOD – An increase in the number of dancers and drummers highlighted the 47th edition of the annual Seminole Tribal Fair and Pow Wow.
“We had 276 dancers. Usually, we barely make 200, so it’s a little better. It was good,” said Wanda Bowers, who is in charge of the Pow
SHREVEPORT, La. — Justin Motlow cherished every part of the final moments in his last football game as a Florida State Seminole.
After the Seminoles walloped Southern Miss, 42-13, in the Independence Bowl on Dec. 27, Motlow sported a big smile as he put on a championship hat amid the team’s