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Hard Rock welcomes Japanese college students

HOLLYWOOD — The massive operation has dozens of departments and hundreds of employees performing all manner of duties every day. Needless to say the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood is a bustling place with many moving parts. A group of six Japanese college students got a first-hand look

So far, so good in battle against mycotoxins

As one of Florida’s top cow/calf operations, the Seminole cattle program relies on consistently high pregnancy and birth rates to thrive. So when those rates fell in 2014, Natural Resource Director Alex Johns decided to investigate. 2014 was a mild winter but the cows were in worse body condition than the

Tribes eye Farm Bill as deadline looms for Congress

Farming and ranching are important professions to the Seminole way of life in Florida and to Native communities around the country. However, Indian Country has – some say for decades now – often been marginalized when it comes to discussions of the federal Farm Bill. Stakeholders say the consequences are such that

Weaving Fort Marion into Florida’s Native history

The Museum’s historic collection consists of many types of things, from 19th century newspapers to patchwork clothing, to sculpture and paintings. However, the majority of the objects we care for are photographs. We estimate we have 150,000 photographs that range from the early 20th century to the present day. You’ve no

Kids have a splash at summer aquatics days

On June 12, the Big Cypress Recreation Department, along with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Big Cypress Councilman Mondo Tiger, hosted a “Summer Aquatics Day Kick Off Party.” Kids from across the reservation enjoyed a variety of activities, food and fun at the Big Cypress Community Pool. Immokalee

Immokalee summer camp cooks up culture

Summer camp is more than games, sports and water fun. In Immokalee the campers also learned to cook a traditional Seminole meal in the cooking chickee June 13. The day was plenty hot without the large fire raging under the grate in the chickee, but the kids endured the heat and