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What to Plant in Your Garden During the Early Spring

While gardening in the Valley can be quite a challenge due to extreme heat, one of the unique things about growing plants here is...

What Do SRPMIC Wild Horses Eat?

Hours before one of the hottest days on record in the Valley, Brian Gewecke, senior environmental specialist (Range Management) for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa...

What’s New at Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort

In spring 2021, Arizona’s tribal-state gaming compact was amended, which permits tribal casinos to add new table games and more gaming machines to their...

What’s New From the SRPMIC Veterans Representative Office

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Veterans Representative Office started the new year off with a brand-new January issue of its monthly SRPMIC Veterans...

What Is Domestic Violence and Where Can I Find Help?

Domestic violence is a term that describes a special type of abuse. Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior that harms a person’s family...

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 you can...

What Is the Coronavirus?

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action Newsmarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov A new type of coronavirus that originated in China is spreading to other countries around the world. According to the...

2023 Service Award Program Luncheon

A total of 303 employees were recognized on February 2 for their years of service to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The employees were...

Ivan Makil Speaks at American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona Luncheon

A sold-out audience of American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona (AICCAZ) chamber and board members gathered at the Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Salt...

Learning the O’odham Women’s Game of Toka with Jessica Ruiz

By Nalani Lopez In recent decades, the traditional game of toka has found its way back to the O’odham women of the Sonoran Desert. In the Salt...
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