Monthly Archives: January, 2022

Salt River Royalty Teaches ‘Jingle Bells’ in O’odham to Quail Group

On December 8, Miss Salt River Sistine Lewis and Jr. Miss Salt River First Attendant Raina Cisneros taught the holiday classic song “Jingle Bells”...

Theodus “Odie” Toney Retires From Salt River Fire Department

Salt River Fire Department firefighter Theodus “Odie” Toney hung up his gear on December 11, retiring after providing just shy of 30 years of...

Salt River Royalty Visits Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market

On the weekend of December 11 and 12, the Salt River Royalty visited Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park in Phoenix to share their...

Cinnaholic Opens Doors in Community

On December 3, gourmet cinnamon roll bakery Cinnaholic officially opened its doors to the public in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s business corridor. Before...

Attendance Incentive Program Aims to End Absenteeism in Schools

The new Attendance Incentive Program from School & Community Relations (SCR) at Salt River Schools is now in effect to help increase attendance rates...

O’odham Reconnecting With Desert Plants: Creosote

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community garden tech Amson Collins has an encyclopedic knowledge of the O’odham way of life as it pertains to storytelling,...

Christmas Angel Program Brings Holiday Cheer to SRPMIC Children

From November 30 to December 6, After 10 years, the Christmas Angel program hosted by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Social Services Department...

SRPMIC Drive-Thru & Holiday Lights Extravaganza

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community held its annual Christmas celebration on Saturday, December 11 at the Salt River Community Building parking lot. The...

Community Seeks Input on Transitional and Emergency Housing Options

From November 30 to December 6, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s (SRPMIC) Community Development Department (CDD) invited SRPMIC employees on a walk-through of...

SRPMIC Council Acknowledges BIA Western Region Director Bryan Bowker Upon Retirement

During the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Council meeting on Wednesday, December 6, Council acknowledged Bryan Bowker of the Bureau of Indian Affairs for...
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