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NAIG unveils brand identity for 2020 Games

HALIFAX, N.S., Canada — The 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) has announced the official brand identity for the games, featuring the work of Mi’kmaw artist Melissa Sue Labrador. From July 12-18, NAIG 2020 will be held in Kjipuktuk (Halifax, Canada) and Millbrook First Nation and is slated to be the

Curtis Osceola steps up for OKC basketball

The Oklahoma City University men’s basketball team, which includes Seminole Tribe of Florida member Curtis Osceola, reached the holiday break with a 7-3 record. Osceola, a 6-foot junior guard from Anadarko, Oklahoma, has seen increased playing time compared to previous seasons. He has appeared in seven games and is

PECS girls soar above the competition

Seminoles reach holiday break with just one loss MOORE HAVEN — Good defense can go a long way toward being the foundation of a successful season. As the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School carved out another win, it was the team’s defense that shined brightest in the 30-20 win against host

Fast and furious: PECS offense tough to contain

MOORE HAVEN — The Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School boys basketball team operates at two speeds: fast and faster. The Seminoles’ quickness at both ends of the court was evident in the team’s 53-14 win against Moore Haven Middle School on Dec. 19 in Moore Haven. The teams played a tight first

Christmas

Cali Osceola, 6, meets Santa at the Big Cypress Christmas celebration on the grounds of the Junior Cypress Rodeo Arena. (Photo Kevin Johnson) Osceola Billie, left, and Brysen Billie show the gifts they picked out at the Big Cypress Christmas celebration on Dec. 12. (Photo Kevin Johnson) Kids have a blast on

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