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The ‘Other Brady’: Strongest Special Olympian Rivals NFLers
With the NFL Draft less than two months away, coaches and front offices around the league are poring over the results of speed, strength and agility tests to find some valuable ins...
Cherokee Nation Takes 'Polar Plunge' for the Special Olympics
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma —About 50 Cherokee Nation employees and students from Sequoyah High School plunged into the cold Illinois River to raise money for athletes in the Special Olymp...
Cherokee Nation Family Social Worker Earns Special Olympics Honor
After nearly 40 years training Special Olympic athletes in track and field, swimming and even bowling, Bea Dougherty’s hard work was recognized by her peers, earning her the title ...
Special Olympian Brady Tanner Leads Six New Inductees Into American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame
On Saturday, March 16, six people were inducted into the American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame , which is located on the campus of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Ka...
Special Olympian Brady Tanner Inducted Into American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame, Honored at Haskell University
Add a spot for Brady Tanner next to Billy Mills and Jim Thorpe at the American Indian Athletic Hall of Fame in Kansas City, Missouri...
Freezin' for a Reason: Cherokee Marshals Take 'Polar Plunge', Raise More Than $3,000 for Special Olympics
Several gasps and a lot of shivering by Cherokee Nation marshals and Sequoyah High School staff were evident February 23 as both groups dove into a frigid Illinois River...
Cherokee Nation Marshals Take 'Polar Plunge' to Raise Money for Special Olympics
Nearly 30 Cherokee Nation Marshals will brave freezing river temperatures when they dive Saturday, February 23, into the icy Illinois River near Tahlequah for this year’s “ Polar P...
Morongo Tribe Hosts 4th Annual Torch Run for Special Olympics
Gale Courey Toensing
Event raises funds for Special Olympics CABAZON – The Morongo Band of Mission Indians hosted the kick-off ceremony for the local Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise funds for the Sp...
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