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 By Andy Gardner    News    August 16, 2018 

Braves season halted after player attacks referee, police investigating; Coach Brown addresses comments made on social media

A St. Regis Braves player is banned for life and their coach is suspended indefinitely after an incident where the player attacked a referee during an Aug. 9 game. Coach Chuck Brown said the Canadian...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    News    August 16, 2018 

2018 Khia'teiohserá:ke Ronterihwahtenkià:tha Ahkwesáhshne Atenró:sera Awenhnísera

Ne Onkwehón:we Othorè:ke Nonkwá:ti Tsi Iaonhwén:tsiaien Tehontstikáhwhas Iontoweienstahkhwa'kó:wa (NNATC) wahonterihwahténkia'te ne raoná:wen...

 

Ajit Pai loses in court - FCC can't kill broadband subsidy in Tribal areas

Reprinted with permission from ARStechnica A US appeals court has blocked the Federal Communications Commission’s attempt to take a broadband subsidy away from Tribal areas. The FCC decision, origin...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    August 16, 2018 

21st Congressional District Candidate Visits Akwesasne

By Kaniehtonkie Tedra Cobb, Democrat, hails from Canton, NY and having lived there for over thirty years, Cobb uses this as part of her platform in he...

 

AMBE Honors Employees for Years of Service

The Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Board of Education (AMBE) held an Employee Recognition Ceremony on Ohiari:ha/June 29, 2018. AMBE thanked all their employees...

 
 By Mahlon Smoke    News    August 16, 2018 

Children Racing in PICEI Power Wheel Derby

The PICEI Power Wheel Derby was held at Generations Park on August 12th, 2018 in the Travis Solomon Memorial Lacrosse Box. This event is sponsored by...

 

Indian Time Readers

Due to the recent increase in printing costs, starting with the September 6, 2018 issue of Indian Time, the price of the paper will go up to $1.25. We apologize to our loyal readers for this. We have...

 

Court Orders EPA To Ban Chlorpyrifos, A Pesticide Linked to Brain Damage In Kids

A federal court on Thursday, August 9, 2018 ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to ban a widely used pesticide that’s been linked to learning disabilities in children and that former agency...

 
 By Derrick Lafrance    News    August 16, 2018 

St. Lawrence Centre Mall Opens Sports Complex

Frequent users of the Massena Mall's arena floor can switch ice skates with cleats and running shoes. Last Wednesday, August 8, 2018 an official...

 

Google's Newest Doodle Honors Native American Woman

Google revealed its latest Doodle featuring, a portrait of a radiantly smiling woman on Wednesday, August 8, 2108. As the central point of focus, she...

 

Akwesasne Man Sentenced to Prison, Ordered to Pay $3.5 Million for Contraband Cigarette Sales

(August 10, 2018) SYRACUSE, NEW YORK – Jeffrey Lazare, age 48, of Hogansburg, New York, was sentenced on Thursday to one year and one day in prison, and to pay a money judgment of $3.5 million, for...

 
 By Kaniehtonkie    News    August 16, 2018 

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Monthly Meeting

By Kaniehtonkie The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal August monthly meeting was called to order promptly at 10:00am and chaired by Chief Michael Conners Jr. Review of previous action items were read. Tribal...

 

Grand Chief Welcomes Grammy Winning "Portugal. The Man" at Osheaga

Kahnawà:ke Grand Chief Joseph Tokwiro Norton welcomed Grammy award winning band, ‘Portugal. The Man’ to traditional Kanien’kehá:ka Territory when they performed at the Osheaga Music Festival...

 

Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort Delivers Checks to Recipients of Their First Annual Golf Fundraising Event

(August 10, 2018) Upon completion of their first annual fundraising golf tournament, members of the AMCR golf committee delivered a check in the...

 

ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT AND FEDERAL COURT APPROVE SIXTIES SCOOP SETTLEMENT

TORONTO, Aug. 9, 2018 /CNW/ - The courts have approved a settlement between representatives of certain survivors of the Sixties Scoop and the Federal Government of Canada (“Canada”) that provides...

 

Science and Nature on Tour

20015 County Road 2, Lancaster Wednesday, September 12, 2018 • Guided tours – 5:30pm • Marsh displays • Talk by Wildlife Biologist Brendan Jacobs @ 7pm Refreshments will be served. For more...

 

Science and Nature on Tap

With Frederic Pitre, Ph.D. Researcher, Montreal Botanical Gardens Wednesday, September 5, 2018 7:00pm Schnitzels, 158 Pitt St. Cornwall To reserve your seat email Karen Cooper at k...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    News    August 16, 2018 

2018 Annual Akwesasne Friendship Day

The Native North American Travelling College hosted their annual Akwesasne Friendship Day on Sunday, August 12th. The event is one of the Travelling C...

 
 By Mahlon Smoke    News    August 16, 2018 

Nothing but Fun and Sun at Iakhihsohtha Lodge Carnival Day

Iakhihsohtha – On a bright and sunny August Sunday, Iakhihsohtha held their Carnival Day for families of all ages to play and have fun. Elders could...

 

Green Burials: When Everything New is Old

For many, it’s never a good day to die, partly because it’s so hard to talk about it. That might be changing as more people explore so-called green burials as a replacement for traditional...

 

A'nó:wara Tehiaré:rons Ne Ohkwá:ri

Anó:wara teiorì:wake karihwaienté:ri roterièn:tare tsi ro'nikohrowá:nen tánon roia'takenhé:ion. Né:'e tsi ne a'nó:wara tehshakoren'kénnies n...

 

Avoid Dams And Hydrostations - Stay Clear, Stay Safe!

Important water safety tips include: • To stay safe, you must obey all warning signs, fences, buoys, booms and barriers. They are put there to protect you. The areas inside are dangerous, stay...

 

Police Blotter

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Blotter 08/09/2018: On August 3, police arrested Kenneth B.J. Cree, 22, of Hogansburg, NY for an active warrant. Mr. Cree was arraigned at the Bombay Town Court and...

 

Tota News

TSI TETEWATATKENS St. Regis Mohawk Senior Center 518-358-2963 Birthdays: Aug. 16th Richard Francis, Claudia Martin & Robert F. Herne Aug. 17th Helen E. Phillips & Peter Sunday Aug. 18th Dorothy... Full story

 

Fun Things to Do With Your Child Over the Summer to Support Learning

Read a book every day. Your child may enjoy being read to every night or want to read to you. Think about ways to mix it up. Check out new books from the public library. Borrow books from a friend....

 

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