Monthly Archives: August, 2020

What to Do If the Power Goes Out

Now that we’re in the summer monsoon season and experiencing record-breaking heat, it seems appropriate to have a quick review of how...

OAN Connects – Episode 15

In this episode of OAN Connects we speak to SRPMIC youth Mieve Kochampanasken who will be taking her...

Senior Home Repair and Replacement Program Continues to Provide Services During COVID Quarantine

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down many Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community governmental services over the last four months, the Senior...

OAN Podcast Episode 14

On this week’s episode of OAN Podcast: -Covid-19 updated numbers in the Community

SRPMIC Students Begin New School Year

One of the biggest hurdles in adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic is safely opening schools for children to begin the new school...

Cultural Resources Department Teaches O’odham and Piipaash Languages on Social Media

One of the key aspects of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is evident in the name itself: recognizing the importance of...

Harvesting the Fruit of the Prickly Pear

The O’odham and Piipaash people traditionally collected many indigenous plants in the Sonoran Desert. Many people continue...

Choosing Hand Sanitizer That Is Safe and Effective

With the high demand for hand sanitizers around the world, it is important to know which sanitizers are safe and can protect...

Former Riverside Lady Brave Continues Her Athletic Career at MACU in Oklahoma City

Mieve Kochampanasken, a recent graduate of Riverside Indian High School in Anadarko, Oklahoma, is preparing to attend Mid-American Christian University (MACU) in...

SRPD Officer Reads Virtually to Elementary Students

On Tuesday, August 4, School Resource Officer (SRO) Daniel Brown was a guest reader at Salt River Elementary School. Off. Brown read...
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Federal Officials Visit SRPMIC for Health Policy Meeting

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community President Martin Harvier, Vice-President Ricardo Leonard and Administrative staff met with federal officials on Thursday, October 28,...

Saddleback Completes Fiber Internet Build to All SRPMIC Homes

Saddleback Communications, an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, announced that it has completed its Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) deployment, bringing high-speed...

Plexus Donates 800 Breast Chek Kits to the SRPMIC

During the month of October many took part in the Breast Cancer Awareness including local business Plexus. Plexus donated 800 Plexus Breast...

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Q: What made you want to start your own business, and why did you choose this type of business?

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O’odham Action at Border Met by Tear Gas

On the morning of Monday, October 12, two O’odham groups, Defend O’odham Jewed and O’odham Anti Border Collective, held an Indigenous Peoples'...

Actor Zach Galifianakis Donates to SRHS Girls Volleyball Team

On October 22, 2019, the girls’ volleyball game between Caurus Academy in Anthem and Salt River High School was halted during the...

Former SRPMIC President Diane Enos Among Arizona’s ‘Women of the Century’

In recognition of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in the United States, USA Todayin...

SRPMIC Member Business Owner Profile: Moquino’s Body & Paint LLC.

Q: What made you want to start your own business, and why did you choose this type of business?