Monthly Archives: June, 2022

Miss Salt River Hosts Cultural Gathering as Part of Platform to Promote Traditions 

Miss Salt River 2021-2022 Sistine Lewis hosted an event on May 21 to bring Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community members together for a cultural...

SRPMIC Hosts Nomination Meeting for the Community’s Top Two Positions

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community held the President and Vice-President Nominee Meeting at the SRPMIC Community Building on June 2. Community members gathered...

Salt River Co-Hosts Inter-Tribal Baseball Tournament

A popular summer pastime returned in a big way this year after being postponed following the COVID-19 pandemic. Youth from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa...

Indian Health Service Announces $5 Million in Alzheimer’s Funding 

By Chris Picciuolo With its new Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative, the Indian Health Service (IHS) is allocating $5 million directly to tribes and tribal organizations for...

Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Released by Interior Department

By Chris Picciuolo O’odham Action News chris.picciuolo@srpmic-nsn.gov On May 11, the Department of the Interior (DOI) released Volume 1 of the comprehensive report and investigation into the...

Pueblo Grande Museum Featuring Artwork by Thomas ‘Breeze’ Marcus

On Thursday, July 7, a new art exhibit will be opening at the Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix called When Rez Dogs Howl, featuring...

SRPMIC ‘Not One More’ Symposium: Taking a Stand on Drug Use in Our Community: Day 1

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community held the “Not One More” Symposium on June 2, 3 and 4 at the Talking Stick Resort to...

CRS Adaptive Programs Kick Off Summer with ‘Passport to Paradise’

On June 3, the Adaptive Programs section of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Recreational Services (CRS) kicked off the summer with a Passport...

Nine SRFD Firefighter Recruits Graduate from the East Valley Regional Academy

Family members of Recruit Class 22-01 “Super Salty,” a class of nine Salt River Fire Department firefighter recruits and six Superstition Fire/Medical recruits, filled...

SRPMIC Celebrates 142 Years as a Community

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community members and guests took part in all-day festivities during the Community Day celebration on June 11 at the Two...
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