Thoughts of the wilder part of the West typically conjure Apaches as the most formidable warriors in the region. The nineteenth century Apache are attributed with a fighting style and tactics so effective that they resisted enemy aggression and remained free longer than any other American tribe. Yet, in some …Read More »
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Local leaders come together to host community meeting Nov. 20th regarding tragic shooting at Jammerz Bar.
The City of Globe will be hosting a community meeting to discuss the recent tragic events of Sunday, November 11th, at Jammerz Bar, where three members of our community have been taken from us. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together community leaders to start a dialog on …Read More »
By *Teresa Noise. Apache Messenger On Tuesday, February 20, 2018, the San Carlos Apache Wellness Center said goodbye to its Clinical Director, Dr. Thea Wilshire, with a farewell banquet. Dr. Wilshire was responsible for the clinical services for the Wellness Center, including all therapeutic day services. She has 21 years …Read More »
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) sent a letter urging Reps. Ken Calvert and Betty McCollum, leaders on the House Committee on Appropriations, to strongly consider full funding for the Bureau of Indian Education’s New School Replacement Program.Read More »
GLOBE-A full day of entertainment, arts and crafts booths and savory foods is planned for Apache Jii; a celebration of Native American artisans and culture. The event which will be held in downtown historic Globe, is a pageant of color and sound as tribal royalty in full traditional dress and …Read More »
Five years ago, a man had a vision of an upwardly mobile people with their own college, respect for tradition and a strong sense of cultural identity. The tiny plant that grew from the seeds of that vision poked its head above the soil last month with the opening of …Read More »
(First published on May 31 2014) Native artists bring a message to San Carlos in a mural Thanks to three young Native artists and a grant from a national organization affiliated with world-renowned street artist Shepard Fairey, an eleven and a half foot mural of an Apache woman now stands behind the …Read More »
San Carlos Artist, Robert Wilson, showcased in 4th edition of Telling Our Stories, tells his story as an emerging talent.
After talking to San Carlos Apache artist Robert Wilson about the things that inspire him, it’s not hard to believe him when he says, “pretty much anything.” Over the course of our conversation, I lose count of the number of times he says some variation of “I wanted to learn …Read More »
The air is crystal clear and the leaves are golden brown. Fall has brought with it chilled rain and cloudy days. You can see the excitement in any child’s, and many adults, eyes as Halloween is just around the corner. Dust off your boots, jacket and sweater and get out of the …Read More »
He was called the “greatest warrior” and the “worst Indian who ever lived.” He brought hope to his people and terror to his enemies. And he survived the most bloody of conflicts in the settling of the Arizona Territories of the late 1800’s – to tell his story “in his …Read More »