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Training sessions at NLC focus on housing issues

HOLLYWOOD — Housing issues in Indian Country know no boundaries as tribes from coast to coast can attest. “It’s a desperate need,” said Shelly Tucciarelli, from Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a consultant with Turtle Clan Development Services LLC. “Every reservation in Indian Country needs housing, whether its elder housing, veterans

Tribes continue support of Paris Climate Accord

The U.S.’s commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate change may have ended, but the commitment in Indian Country is only growing stronger. Despite President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from taking part in the international accord, some tribes and organizations did not follow suit. The National Congress of

Night Crawlers capture Fitbit Challenge

HOLLYWOOD — The abundance of frequent walker miles accumulated by Nina Frias and Hali Garcia in lengthy trips across southern Broward County helped their team capture Hollywood’s Pathways Fitbit Challenge this spring. With the Hollywood Reservation as a starting point, Frias and Garcia embarked on journeys that most people would only consider

Preparations continue for NAIG in Toronto

TORONTO — The North American Indigenous Games, which includes several teams from the Seminole Tribe, will be held July 16-23 in Toronto. Toronto Mayor John Tory officially proclaimed April 19, 2017 Team 88 Day in the City of Toronto in front of a crowd at Nathan Phillips Square as the Toronto

Preparing for college testing

Getting ready for college is an exciting time. In the midst of all that excitement, however, there is a lot of tension circulating college placement and entrance exams. While these tests play an important role in determining which colleges and universities will accept an application, with the right resources, there

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