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Summer of science greets Pemayetv Emahakv students

BRIGHTON — About 50 Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students got an inkling of what the scientific method of discovery is all about during the school’s four-week summer science program. The program focused on fun with plenty of hands-on experiments, but it also snuck in additional learning through journal writing, data

Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki scores well with secret shopper

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is known for its beautiful artifacts and  nature boardwalk, but its latest accomplishment emphasizes the museum’s service.The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is known for its beautiful artifacts and  nature boardwalk, but its latest accomplishment emphasizes the museum’s service. On June 30, the Florida Attractions Association (FAA) informed Museum Director Paul

Seminole Fire Department graduates six recruits

The Seminole Tribe Fire Rescue Department welcomed six new firefighters to the team at a graduation and badge ceremony on June 29. Family and friends gathered to celebrate graduates Jose Cabañas, Rafael Diaz, Brandon Harris, Vincent Sovik, John Vilches and Devyn Williams, who completed the fire department’s six-week training. “It’s not easy

Amber Alerts may expand to reservations

Last month, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., introduced new legislation that can assist in solving kidnapping cases on Native American reservations via Amber Alerts. If passed, the legislation, called the “Amber Alert in Indian Country Act of 2017,” will expand the Amber Alert warning system to Tribal reservations. The Department of Justice

History comes to life at PECS culture days

BRIGHTON — For students at Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School (PECS), culture days are more like living history than studying it. By participating in the traditional Seminole camp, students couldn’t help but learn what their ancestors did on a daily basis just to survive. Seventh- and eighth-graders stepped back in time May 23

4-H wraps up year with banquet

BIG CYPRESS — The annual Seminole Indian 4-H banquet celebrates the accomplishments of its youth and livestock owners, but this year, the May 23 banquet in Big Cypress also served as a farewell to longtime 4-H coordinator Polly Hayes. For 21 years, Hayes nurtured, mentored and taught scores of 4-H kids

High school seniors receive signing day ceremonies

College Signing Day, a national event that lets high school seniors publicly announce their choice of college, was celebrated tribal wide May 5 with festivities in Big Cypress, Brighton, Immokalee and Hollywood. Sponsored by the Center for Student Success and Services, the event was streamed live on Seminole Media Production’s

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