HOLLYWOOD — Mike Tiger sat at the scorer’s table watching the basketball tournament that is annually played in his father’s memory and for the past few years has been held in the building that bears his dad’s name. “Hollywood versus Lady Seminoles. Cheer for your team,” Tiger said to the crowd
Two Okeechobee Citizens Recreation Association youth softball teams with Seminole players will be vying for state championships in July. Okeechobee’s Darlings 8 and under team, which features Seminoles Serenity Billie, Waniya Fortner, Alyssa Madrigal, Joleyne Nunez and coach Daniel Nunez Sr., won their age division in June at the district tournament
HOLLYWOOD — Julius Aquino concluded his Fort Gibson Middle School track career in the same place – first place – where he started. Aquino stamped an exclamation point to his eighth-grade track season by winning the Verdigris Valley Junior High Conference’s boys ninth-grade 100-meter dash on April 25 in Catoosa, Oklahoma.
PLANTATION — Following the conclusion of her final high school softball season at American Heritage School, accolades have been rolling in for Ahnie Jumper of the Big Cypress Reservation. In a span of a couple weeks, Jumper was named First Team All-Broward by the Miami Herald, Second Team All-Broward by the
HOLLYWOOD — Housing issues in Indian Country know no boundaries as tribes from coast to coast can attest. “It’s a desperate need,” said Shelly Tucciarelli, from Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a consultant with Turtle Clan Development Services LLC. “Every reservation in Indian Country needs housing, whether its elder housing, veterans
HOLLYWOOD — The abundance of frequent walker miles accumulated by Nina Frias and Hali Garcia in lengthy trips across southern Broward County helped their team capture Hollywood’s Pathways Fitbit Challenge this spring. With the Hollywood Reservation as a starting point, Frias and Garcia embarked on journeys that most people would only consider
OKEECHOBEE — Their uniform colors feature purple, gold and grey, but for Tribal members on the Okeechobee High baseball team it was sort of a black-and-blue season. Injuries suffered from separate off-the-field mishaps sidelined junior pitcher Sean Osceola and his cousin Ozzy Osceola, a freshman outfielder, for a portion of the