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Veterans Day celebrated across reservations

Every year, people around the U.S. gather on Nov. 11 to honor and celebrate the veterans of the U.S. military. The federal holiday was originally celebrated as Armistice Day and was created by President Woodrow Wilson on Nov. 11, 1919. Now, 98 years later, the Tribe continues to join in

Brighton plays big role in Moore Haven’s undefeated regular season

MOORE HAVEN — An undefeated regular season for the Moore Haven High School football team and the program’s first regional playoff win in 20 years highlighted a memorable autumn for players from the Brighton Reservation. Starting offensive linemen Andrew Fish, Robert Harris and Conner Thomas and defensive end Richard Harris played

FSU homecoming was banner day for Tribe

Justin Motlow makes history with touchdown catch TALLAHASSEE —  As Justin Motlow answered questions from the media, the Florida State University senior talked about his first college touchdown catch and the ensuing euphoric reaction it generated from his teammates, but central to Motlow’s postgame comments was a bigger picture: his appreciation for

Tribalwide housing plan unveiled

More than 1,500 acres of land in Brighton, Big Cypress, Hollywood, Immokalee and Lakeland will sprout new housing units in the not too distant future, thanks to the Tribalwide housing plan. The plan is in the design and engineering phase and should be complete by September 2018, the end of

Ahfachkee robotics team competes in first tournament

FORT LAUDERDALE — The Ahfachkee School robotics team participated in its first tournament Nov. 18 at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale. The tournament, organized by the South Florida FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics League, was attended by more than 20 teams consisting of middle and high school students. “I’m really proud of

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