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Thanksgiving leftovers are as easy as 1-2-3

Thanksgiving is known for family gatherings, parades and of course copious amounts of delicious food. any people agree that one of the best benefits of Thanksgiving is the leftovers, but without the proper precautions, they may pose a danger to familied. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, many

Seminoles welcome Indian Day

November may be Native American Heritage Month, but most Seminoles celebrated Indian Day in September. “It’s Indian Day every day for us; today is just a day the government decided to recognize us and give us a holiday,” said Chairman Marcellus W. Osceola Jr. “It’s a chance for us to fellowship

Skyla Osceola, NSU open season Nov. 10

The Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball team will make its 2017-18 debut Nov. 10 against Delta State in Jackson, Tenn. The Sharks home opener will be Nov. 18 against Tampa. This year’s squad includes Skyla Osceola, a 5-foot-8 guard from the Hollywood Reservation. Osceola, a former standout at American Heritage-Plantation, is

Season starts for Curtis Osceola, OCU basketball

Plenty of new faces, including the Seminole Tribe’s Curtis Osceola, are part of the 2017-18 Oklahoma City University men’s basketball team whose season was slated to start Oct. 28 against Manhattan Christian in Kansas. Six of the nine new players are guards, including Osceola, who finished his high school career at

USET/USET SPF honors Howard Tommie

CHEROKEE, N.C. — Former Seminole Tribe Chairman Howard Tommie was honored Oct. 9 at the 2017 annual meeting of United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc., (USET) and USET Sovereignty Protection Fund (USET SPF), held within the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians homelands. Tommie’s family accepted gifts from USET Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman

Donations continue to be accepted for Native Relief

Janice Osceola and her granddaughter recently donated items for the Native Relief Foundation. They brought toys, shoes, clothing and more to Tribal headquarters. All donated items will go to the South Dakota Sioux Tribes. Donations of items and money are still being accepted and can be made up until mid-December

PECS students of the month

BRIGHTON — The following students earned Student of the Month honors for August 2017 at Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School: PECS Elementary: Miranda Tommie, Dylanie Peak, Nakoa Smiley, Onnie Osceola, Russell Osceola, Rosie Jones, Kulipa Julian, Jalene Smith, Jenna Huff, Logan French, Lucianna Banda, Zooey Bowers, Landon French, Tehya Nunez, Joleyne

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