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Wild Fires Can Happen – Are You Ready?

The Salt River Fire Department is working to increase awareness about wildfires in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and providing guidance on how...

Virtual Fitness Classes Provided to Community Members

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action Newsmarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov Because most of us are stuck indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to find ways to stay busy....

Update From SRPMIC President Martin Harvier

In his June 26 weekly update in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Council Chambers, SRPMIC President Martin Harvier began by saying that he...

Homemade Face Mask Initiative Helps Prevent Spread of Covid-19

Back in April, United States public health officials recommended that U.S. residents stay at home if possible and wear face masks while out in...

SRPMIC Member Performs Hoop Dances on ‘World of Dance’

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action Newsmarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov On June 5, NBC showcased the dance group Indigenous Enterprise on their show “World of Dance” on their official YouTube...

Pride Month: Salt River Love Continues to Raise Awareness

During June, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) community celebrated Pride Month. The original event, Gay Pride Day, once held on the...

SRPMIC Community Day Presents “Salt River: Music, Dance & Art”

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action Newsmarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov June 14 is Community Day, a day when we come together to celebrate the founding of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa...

Salt River Memories by Ruth Chough

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action Newsmarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov Ruth J. (Enos) Chough was born on June 6, 1930, in Sacaton, Arizona. She is the daughter of Susie Enos...

Message from SRPMIC President Martin Harvier – June 19

During a recent meeting, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community health officials relayed that the majority of COVID-19 tests being done in our Community are...

SRPMIC Reports First COVID-19 Related Death

On June 11, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community President Martin Harvier reported via video post the first COVID-19–related death of an enrolled Community member...

Community Recreational Services Launches Recreation at Home

This month, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Community Recreational Services (CRS) begins Recreation at Home, a collection of virtual activities for the entire...

‘Re-Discover’ Salt River

By Marissa JohnsonO’odham Action NewsMarissa.johnson2@srpmic-nsn.gov Businesses across Arizona are gradually reopening as the governor ended the stay-at-home order and the quarantine due to COVID-19 is...
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