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The Bol opens at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

COCONUT CREEK — When the Seminole casinos introduce something new, they go big or go home. After the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood introduced the Pan-Asian restaurant, The Bōl, to its customers in 2013, it proved a huge success. Now, the Asian legacy has made its way to

Senators push for Native American education rights

Getting access to full educational benefits can be difficult for students who belong to minority cultures. To help combat this, U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), James Lankford (R-OK) and Steve Daines (R-MT) are pushing legislation that ensures Native American students receive access to critical educational programs. The legislation — called the

National native news

National Native American veterans memorial to be erected in DC WASHINGTON, D.C. — A memorial to Native American veterans will be erected on the outside grounds of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian at the Mall. The anticipated dedication of the National Native American Veterans Memorial is Veterans Day, Nov.

Native American art sale to be held in Fort Lauderdale

FORT LAUDERDALE — The Great Native American Art Show and a closing reception for The Big Show exhibit will be held June 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, 219 SW 2nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. The event will feature a talk from Elgin Jumper

Egmont Key named endangered historic site

Egmont Key, the island where captured Seminoles were warehoused before being sent to Oklahoma during the Seminole Wars in the mid-1800s, was deemed by the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the state’s 11 most endangered historical sites. The designation came May 18 at the Florida Preservation Conference

Celebration held for Tampa casino expansion

The completion of the phase one expansion of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa drew Tribal Leaders, Tribal members, officials from Hard Rock International, Hard Rock Tampa, and Seminole Gaming to a celebration May 23. The ceremony recognized the opening of a new poker room, the new mezzanine level casino, a smoke free gaming area and

Seniors compete through laughter at field day

BIG CYPRESS — The day was more about camaraderie than competition as seniors gathered for the second annual tribalwide seniors’ field day April 21 in Big Cypress. Recreation director Cathy Cypress designed the day to be one of socializing, fun and a little movement. Laughter was the most common sound heard

Joel Frank Sr. receives Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — The Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award was presented to Joel Frank Sr., a distinguished tribal and community advocate from the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Frank played a significant role in bringing the National Indian Gaming Association team together to create a powerful tribal government gaming presence

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