Monthly Archives: October, 2022

SRFD Pipes and Drums Group Gets New Trailer

The Salt River Fire Department Pipes and Drums group has a new trailer to haul gear to a variety of events throughout the Valley...

Students and Families Share ‘Pizza With Police’

On September 28, the Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC), along with the Salt River Schools (SRS) Security Team and the Salt River Police Department...

Salt River Tribal Library to Host LGBTQ2S+ Book Club

On the first Thursday of each month through at least January 2023, the Salt River Tribal Library will be hosting the LGBTQ2S+ Book Club,...

Pathways to Homeownership Helps Guide Community Members to Become Homeowners

On Tuesday, September 27, the Salt River Financial Services Institution (SRFSI) and Salt River Community Tribal Housing Program presented Pathways to Homeownership, a home...

Christmas Angel Program Now Accepting Applications  

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Social Services Department is now taking applications for the 2022 Christmas Angel Program. The department has been hosting...

Pumpkin Story Time at the Salt River Library

As Halloween is approaching, the Salt River Tribal Library held Pumpkin Story Time for Community youth on Wednesday, October 5. The kids enjoyed two...

Behavioral Health Services Provides Information on Domestic Violence Services and Programs

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and on Monday, October 3, to start the month, various Behavioral Health Services divisions of the Salt River...

Sistine Lewis Crowned Miss Indian Arizona 2022-2023

On October 8, two young ladies from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Sistine Lewis and Manderee Jose, participated in the 61st Annual Miss...

Bureau of Land Management Reviews Resolution Copper Study at Oak Flat

At the request of the Department of Agriculture–U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently provided a technical review of the 2021...

Homeless Population Along Salt River Vacated by City of Tempe

On August 31, the City of Tempe began an initiative to relocate the homeless population living along the Rio Salado river bottom, west of...
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Luncheon Recognizes Tribal Partners in Gaming

On October 31, a special luncheon was held to commemorate the partnerships that the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has enjoyed with local municipalities...

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