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Articles from the September 27, 2012 edition

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Burns, King Take Berkley B1 Canadian Bass Open

Last weekend, Valleyfield, Quebec hosted the Berkley B1 Canadian Bass Open, the largest bass tournament in Canada. PJ Burns and Norman King were just...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    September 27, 2012

Akwesasne Broadband Project Moving Along

The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe has undertaken a large effort to get Akwesasne connected to Broadband internet services. Brenna Susice, Broadband...

 

Rosalie Jacobs Donates $3,500 to Fire Prevention Program

Last Thursday at AK Gas, Rosalie Jacobs gave $3,500.00 to Dick Laffin for the Fire Prevention Program. The Fire Prevention Program was started around...

 

Norman Peters

Norman Edward Peters, age 86, of Akwesasne, Ont. died at his residence on Thursday September 20, 2012. Predeceased by his parents, David Isaac Peters...

 

To the Shoppers of Akwesasne

I am the wife of an Ironworker. My Husband walked the picket line @ Alcoa. I watched him proudly march in the Labor Day Parade. It was nice to see the large number of Local # 440 members who...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, She:kon. I am writing to make comment on the availability of firearms within Akwesasne. I have heard at public meetings that both alcohol and firearms have been illegal for many years on...

 

Letter to the editor

Correcting a Common Error: Don’t Set Your Water Heater Temperature Too Low Last week, an article in Indian Time recommended setting the temperature of your water heater to 120 degrees (F) to save...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor September 25, 2012 Questions and Transparency? It has been several months since the last Mohawk Council of Akwesasne election and I have some thoughts on the current election...

 

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor About a month ago my mother’s truck got stolen. The Tribal Police didn’t even investigate or take our statements. The police, Ted Cook, said there was nothing they could do; we had to...

 

Niawen

“Forever and ever together” So dear friends a love is gone Only tears to dwell upon I dare not say, As the wind must blow So a love is lost, a...

 

Niawen

THANK YOU! Mike, his wife Danielle and their children; his parents Les and Elaine, brothers Nolan & Kyle, would like to thank everyone that helped us...

 

Niawen

A huge NIAWENKOWA to everyone who purchased tickets for the 23pc Tupperware Set to benefit the Akwesasne Freedom School, a worth-while program to promote our Kanienerakowa Culture & Language.  I am...

 

Niawen

To Whom it may Concern, Last week, Mrs. Lipinski and some of her students from the Northshore Recovery High School were guests in our community. There has been quite a bit of positive feedback from...

 

Last Defendant Sentenced For Role In Drug-related Murder Case

Richard S. Hartunian, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, and Nicole M. Duve, District Attorney for St. Lawrence County, announce that CHAD EDWARDS, age 26, of Cornwall, Onta...

 

Police Blotter

CORNWALL AUTOMOBILE BREAK-INS CORNWALL – Cornwall Police officials say there has been a rash of automobile break-ins in various public and private parking lots around the city in recent days. They a...

 
 By Ray Cook    Opinion    September 27, 2012

Alcoa Was Once a Friend to Akwesasne Mohawk Territory

I remember looking through a book on Massena (Akwesasne Mohawk Territory) history, studying the pictures and seeing my uncle, Noah Cook. It was 1922. Uncle Noah had to have been 18 or so years old at...

 

Akwesasne will participate in 2012 Sisters in Spirit Vigil

The following will be read nationwide on October 4th 2012 as part of Sisters In Spirit Vigils—A Movement for Social Change October 4th is a day when we honour the lives of missing and murdered...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    September 27, 2012

North Shore Recovery School Gives Presentation at Massena High School

On Thursday, a group from North Shore Recovery High School visited area schools and the Seniors Center in Hogansburg, and gave a presentation for...

 

Blood Drive at HAVFD #1

Last Thursday a blood drive was held at HAVFD Station #1. American Red Cross employees said they do blood drives everyday, and the Albany district...

 

ACS Akwesasne Benefit Pool Tournament

A pool tournament was held September 1, 2012 at the Brasshorse Lounge to raise funds for the American Cue Sports Alliance (ACS) Akwesasne pool...

 

Free AntiVirus for Computers

This article is focused on helping our local elders get the most use out of their computers so that they can enjoy staying in touch with their friends and family on the Internet.  If you are...

 

SEPTEMBER IS OVARIAN CANCER MONTH

What is Ovarian Cancer? Ovarian Cancer is a cancer that starts in the cells of the ovary or ovaries. The ovaries are two small oval shaped organs that lie deep in the pelvis on either side of the...

 

Kay Olan Ionataie:was

Kay Olan has been telling stories for about 30 years. It wasn’t something she set out to do, but she became a storyteller. It partially started...

 

Commissioner Martens Rejects Call for “Independent” Health Study of High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing

The hydrofracking controversy in New York State is still ongoing with many people against allowing it here because of the various health and environmental hazards that may come with it. This is NYS...

 

First William Penn Belt

This belt was given to the Indians before they entered the Council House where the treaty was to be made. It was a token of amity and good faith. The...

 

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