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All about the mumps

Mumps is a contagious disease that is caused by a virus, but it can be prevented by a vaccine given routinely to children. Before the U.S. mumps vaccination program started in 1967, mumps was a universal childhood disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Since the vaccine era,

Poem: Eeche Poo Te Chach Cha Lee Wah Waache

  Eeche Poo Te Chach Cha Lee Wah Waache   Until my time comes, as you begin your next journey do not worry about your youngest warrior son.   I have been through this before yet this is the ultimate test of time, Aawaache is the greatest with pure love and pure strength that’s one of a

Staying safe for the holidays

The holidays are here and this holiday season, the Office of Emergency Management reminds you to keep safety in mind as you decorate your home, shop for gifts, and travel. As you gather around with family and friends to celebrate, keep the following safety tips in mind to have safe

Ahfachkee students dig up history

BIG CYPRESS — Moses Jumper’s Big Cypress pasture contains more than just cattle; it also holds the remnants of an old U.S. Army fort from 1855. The Tribal Historic Preservation Office has been excavating the presumed site of Fort Shackleford since 2008 and on Nov. 20 a group of THPO archeologists