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Sam Jones: Our war hero

Today’s ceremony honors our war hero. You know, every year you hear people in this country talk about their heroes. Now, none of the Indians got a John Wayne, or Custer and all that stuff. We’ve got our own heroes. Ours is Sam Jones, I’ll be honest, that’s our hero. The war

Government contracts: Good business

The federal government spends nearly $350 billion a year on goods and services, making it the world’s largest consumer. Almost a year ago, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc. (STOFI) Board of Directors made the decision to try to enter the federal government marketplace. We hired Dawn Houle, a Chippewa-Cree from

Holiday greetings

As 2015 draws to a close, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to our loyal staff for helping make our progress possible this year with the support of Tribal members. Our staff members worked very hard all year – now let’s take this time to relax with

Back in the saddle again

First of all, I would like to go ahead and thank everybody who gave me support for my return back to politics. Also I would like to congratulate all the seniors who graduated this year from school and remind them that no matter what field they choose, Seminole Tribe and

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