BIG CYPRESS — The Brighton Reservation’s Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School (PECS) is known for its Creek language immersion program. But it’s also unique for its instruction in traditional Seminole cooking and arts and crafts.
In fact, visitors from Native American schools across the country have traveled to PECS to see how
There are usually two sides to every story. Sometimes stories become woven together so tightly that it is difficult to untangle them over the course of time. The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum’s next exhibit about alligator wrestling is one of those stories.
Alligator Wrestling: Danger. Entertainment. Tradition. opens this December. Through the exhibit,
The ongoing movement to address the problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has a momentum behind it that has perhaps never been seen to date.
What was once a virtually off the radar issue, except among certain groups and advocates, now has an almost daily mention in local
HOLLYWOOD — Officers of the Seminole Police Department and Coconut Creek Police Department, along with Security staff from the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek were honored March 22 at a Seminole Tribal Council meeting. The officers were presented with Florida Police Chiefs Association Lifesaving Awards.
The awards are given when an exceptional
Sonoma County in Northern California is well known for its winemaking and mild weather. Those traveling to the region will soon be able to experience a new Hard Rock hotel concept as well.
Reverb by Hard Rock Sonoma Wine Country is set to open in the summer of 2020 in Cotati,
BIG CYPRESS — A group of eight future Miss Florida Seminole and Jr. Miss Florida Seminole contestants woke up early on Saturday, May 18 to attend a Princess workshop at the Big Cypress Boys & Girls Club auditorium. By the end of the day, they each realized it was time
HOLLYWOOD — The buzz has continued even if the dust has settled a bit.
Cheyenne Kippenberger – formerly Miss Florida Seminole and now Miss Indian World – has been riding a wave of excitement since being crowned April 27 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
It’s the first time a Seminole Tribe of Florida
BIG CYPRESS — The newly opened To-Pee-Kee-Ke Yak-Ne Community Center is living up to its Ela-pon-ke name; it truly is “a place to gather” in Big Cypress.
Located in the old pool hall next to the Billie Johns Sr. Ball Field, the building was built by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
IMMOKALEE — As the 11 members of the Ahfachkee School class of 2019 crowded the stage at the Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee on May 21, their families filled the enormous Seminole Center ballroom.
The joyous event was a celebration of the students’ hard work and determination leading to their graduation from