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Co-ed teams hit the floor in Brighton tournament

BRIGHTON — The Chairman’s Co-ed 4-on-4 Volleyball Tournament attracted about 20 teams to the Brighton Recreation gymnasium Nov. 16. The floor was divided into two courts so games could take place simultaneously. The youth portion, which had about 16 teams, was held in the afternoon followed by the adults in

Pemayetv Emahakv Students of the Month – October

    Elementary Neilani Thompson Malielle Bonilla Claire Randolph Karagen Bone Chosin Micco Tate Matthews Macayden Sardina Rosalie Jones Jon Jones Koty Gopher-Turtle Caysie Platt Peyton Thornton Logan French Bobbi Johns Osceola Daliyah Nunez Landon French Tehya Nunez Brody Riley Bryce Trammell Kashyra Urbina Hayden Woodward Middle Keenan Jones Saniya Rodrigues Pearcetin Tram Caitlyn Olivarez  

Seminoles sign final Tampa beam

The final beam that will be hoisted atop the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa during the expansion project’s topping off ceremony made the rounds of the Seminole reservations in November as Tribal members had opportunities to sign it. The Tampa Hard Rock is undergoing a nearly $700 million

Tampa participates in Making Strides walk

TAMPA — The Seminole Tribe and Hard Rock had a major presence at the Making Strides of Tampa Walk on Oct. 20. A group of 24 Tribal members and staff walked with a larger contingent of Hard Rock team members in the walk downtown. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Veterans honored at Hard Rock

HOLLYWOOD — Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood honored veterans Nov. 12 with a performance by nationally acclaimed singer/artist Joe Everson, who created two patriotic-themed paintings while singing "God Bless the U.S.A." and "The Star Spangled Banner." The first painting was of the Statue of Liberty and the second depicted

Trail Seminole community celebrates Halloween

The Trail Seminole Community got a head start on Halloween by holding its party Oct. 8 at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming. The party was held in a ballroom and drew hundreds of people who enjoyed dinner, games and contests for costumes, scariest and funniest pumpkins and best original cakes. (Photos by Kevin

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