Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Deputy Chief Makil’s Career Celebrated With Flag and Ax Ceremony

On May 10, Salt River Fire Department (SRFD) Deputy Chief Kevin Makil took his last call, as the SRFD staff gathered around and turned...

Dry Vegetation, Hot Temperatures Mean It’s Fire Season

As vegetation begins to dry out and the warmer summer months approach, fire season is officially arriving in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The...

Salt River Schools Eases Back to In-Person Learning

On April 26, Salt River Schools began to slowly bring students back to in-person learning after having spent the last year learning from home...

SRPMIC Justice Center Receives 2021 Architecture Award

The designers of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Justice Center have won a 2021 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Architecture Award for their...

Student Athlete: Marcus Lasiloo Lands on the Westwood High School Baseball Team

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community member and Westwood High School freshman Marcus Lasiloo has been preparing himself to play high school baseball since he...

Help Prevent Hot-Car Deaths

As temperatures in southern Arizona start to rise, so does the need to remind people about the danger of leaving children and pets inside...

Miss Salt River and Jr. Miss Salt River Pageants Are Going Virtual

As June approaches, the Miss Salt River Pageant Committee is recruiting young women to compete to be crowned the next Miss and Jr. Miss...

Services Expanding at Salt River Integrated Health Care

Primary care is a critical component of any healthcare system. It’s the day-to-day healthcare provided by pediatricians, family medicine doctors, and obstetrics and gynecology...

SRPMIC Elder Code Outlines Ways to Protect Vulnerable Members

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Code of Ordinances includes the “Elderly and Vulnerable Adult Protection Code,” or the “Elder Code” for short. The Elder...

Kevin Makil Hangs Up His Boots After 37 Years

By Dodie Manuel When you work at a place for 37 years, there are a lot of memories—some good, some not so good. When you...
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Updates: Delhi Reports Zero Deaths, 30 Covid Cases

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Delhi Reports Zero Deaths, 30 Covid Cases Delhi Reports Zero Deaths, 30 Cases The national capital recorded zero death due to COVID-19 and...

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