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Kids come to work with parents, learn about Tribe

HOLLYWOOD — As much as the humans tried to be educational, informative and entertaining with activities such as fire hose demonstrations and ice cream-making, they were no match in popularity against a creature with four legs and a vehicle with two wheels. Asked what were the best parts of the Tribe’s

Brighton meets the Pathways Fitbit challenge

BRIGHTON — Participants in the six-week Seminole Pathways Fitbit Challenge celebrated their weight loss success and fitness accomplishments at the end of the program in May. In Brighton, a healthy lunch was shared May 4 along with stories about what the program meant to some of the 34 people who tracked

Oh, the places we go!

Part of what I enjoy about this job is the opportunities I get to work with the Seminole community. As the curator of exhibits, my role in the Museum is to tell the Seminole story through the exhibits. As someone who in not affiliated with any tribe, that means talking

FSU nursing summit honors work of Betty Mae Jumper

TALLAHASSEE — To cap off a two-day international indigenous health summit that convened indigenous, native and aboriginal nursing researchers from around the world, Florida State University’s new Center for Indigenous Nursing Research and Health Equity (INRHE) invited Moses Jumper Jr. to speak about his mother, Betty Mae Jumper, and her

SPD Sgt. Thomas Faherty retires after 25 years

IMMOKALEE — Sergeant Thomas “LT” Faherty’s retirement April 27 made him the first Seminole Police Department officer to retire after 25 years on the force. During a celebratory party May 9 in Immokalee, surrounded by colleagues, seniors and friends he made during his career, Faherty bid farewell and welcomed retirement. “I knew

Tribal Historic Preservation Office investigates the Josie Billie Camp

BIG CYPRESS — The Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) recently completed an investigation of the historic Josie Billie Camp and its eligibility for the Tribal Register of Historic Places (TRHP). As development on the reservations grows, the THPO completes surveys as part of the On-Reservation Review Process to ensure culturally

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