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 Reader Submission    February 4, 2016 

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 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    February 4, 2016 

The AET Proved We Could Be The Best

In 1979-80 Akwesasne was in a state of turmoil. Officials within the St. Regis Tribal Council had lost control over their police force as the community became frustrated by the clashes between those...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    January 21, 2016

Oscar Protestors Ignore Other Ethnic Peoples, Undermine Move Towards Inclusion

There is a movement among some African American actors to boycott the upcoming Oscar ceremony because, they believe, the exclusion of black nominees in any of the major categories represents racism...

 
 Reader Submission    January 21, 2016

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 Reader Submission    January 21, 2016

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Pro hockey player Jesse Winchester from the Colorado Avalanche was at GIBBS hockey training a few weeks ago. He took the time to meet with some fans....

 
 Reader Submission    January 21, 2016

Winter Swings

Submitted by Paul Hetzler, CCE Horticulture and Natural Resources Educator “Make me one with everything.” If you had to guess, you’d probably say that was either a request to a short-order cook...

 
 Reader Submission    December 17, 2015

The Medicine Wheel

By Tehoronio David The medicine wheel represents a circle that represents the unification and connections to all living things. It is a way of teaching, sharing knowledge, information or concept that...

 
 Reader Submission    December 3, 2015

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 Reader Submission    November 19, 2015

A Seemly Scourge

Paul Hetzler Chinese lanterns, bright and cheery, can lend a festive air to an evening out on the patio. As far as I know they are harmless. Chinese spotted lanternflies are also bold and colorful,...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    November 12, 2015

Reynolds Closing: What's Next?

It has stood on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, on land, which is clearly within the reservation as defined by the Seven Nation of Canada treaty, massive, and seeming permanent, its smoke s...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    October 15, 2015

Why Pay For Electricity?

It is a well-established law in the United States that Native nations have the right to full access and use of water that crosses through their respective lands. In 1908 the US Supreme Court decided i...

 
 Reader Submission    October 15, 2015

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 Reader Submission    October 15, 2015

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The fog on Friday night. Submitted by Lisa Francis-Benedict....

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    October 8, 2015

World Indoor Lacrosse Tournament: Another Rafter to the Haudenosaunee

The recently concluded World Indoor Lacrosse Championship has brought honor and pride to the Onondaga Nation and they deserved all of the accolades they received. By doing so the Onondagas added...

 

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