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 Reader Submission    August 27, 2015 

Authority is Forever Throughout the Universe

Submitted by Leadhorse Continued from last week… The people who are unsuspecting do not know of the union the princess of night is wanting to come forth. The royal head chief and royal star clan...

 
 By Sesi King    Reader Submission    August 27, 2015 

World War II Akwesasne Veteran, Jack Leaf

Jack Leaf is another World War II veteran surviving the most deadliest and widespread war in history that lasted for 6 years. He had enlisted into...

 
 Reader Submission    August 27, 2015 

Thompson Foundation

Let me start by saying thank you for all of the amazing donations that we have received for the Thompson Foundation! It shows hope and courage to...

 
 Reader Submission    August 20, 2015

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Continued from last week All the attention of the great visit takes away from the young prince and his attentions have become more aware than just a visit. The prince of night does not think to much...

 
 Reader Submission    August 20, 2015

Reader Photo

This is Reegan Peters holding his first catch ever, a Muskie. We didn't weigh it so his story will probably range from now on when he tells how big...

 
 Reader Submission    August 13, 2015

2nd Annual St. Regis Mission Church Golf Classic

2nd Annual St. Regis Mission Church Golf Classic...

 
 Reader Submission    August 13, 2015

Authority is Forever throughout the Universe

Submitted by Leadhorse The Royal Bloodline Head Chief and the Royal Bloodline Star Clan Mother who share and protect the universe expect a visit from Kings. The reason this is expected is that every...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    August 13, 2015

Now Is the Golden Era Of Iroquois Lacrosse

Of the 700,000 or so lacrosse players in North America, an enormous and growing talented pool, the Iroquois have at the most a couple of thousand players performing at all levels of the game:...

 
 Reader Submission    July 30, 2015

Late Blight Could Arrive Early

Submitted by Paul Hetzler, Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County The term ‘blight’ strikes fear into the heart of anyone who grows tomatoes and potatoes, but it actually has no...

 
 Reader Submission    July 16, 2015

Shady Business

Paul Hetzler, Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County Sometimes it’s good to have a few burly associates for protection, because when the heat’s on and you need to lie low for a...

 
 Reader Submission    July 9, 2015

Reader Photo

This beautiful otsitsia, which we are pretty sure is a Turk's Cap Lily, can be seen in Snye on River Road near the ice bridge. Photo by Sesi...

 
 Reader Submission    July 9, 2015

Carry Wood, Boil Water

By Paul Hetzler How much are you willing to pay to boil water? I don’t mean to make coffee or cook pasta, but for the heck of it. Would you spend $200 to $600 annually just to let off some steam?...

 
 Reader Submission    July 9, 2015

Reader Photo

Aiden and his dog Bella sharing a summer treat! Submitted by Dolores Thompson....

 
 Reader Submission    July 2, 2015

Taking the first step to peace of mind

Submitted by Charles Kader The escaped killers from Dannemora were in their third week on the lam when Bear Clan member Kanaretiio (Roger Jock) began...

 
 Reader Submission    July 2, 2015

Father and Daughter Reunited

After 45 years, father and daughter Teddy Jacobs and Honey Skidders have been reunited. (Even though Teddy is only 29 years old!) They would like to...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    June 25, 2015

What We Need in a Leader

A few years ago I was on a trip with the late Mohawk Nation chief Jake Swamp and as was usual with us we discussed many topics ranging from personal experiences to our ancestral teachings. Jake, as...

 
 Reader Submission    June 18, 2015

The Franklin County "Triple Crown" And the Winner Is - 4H

Submitted by Pat Banker, Franklin County 4H Program Assistant It may not have been the actual Triple Crown but there was just as much excitement at th...

 
 Reader Submission    June 18, 2015

Nidia Dearmayo is the first track & field athlete to qualify for States from SRC since 2007

Submitted by Paula Hart Nidia Dearmayo, daughter of Kenny and Bonnie Hart DeJung, participated in the NY State track and field meet at Albany...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    June 18, 2015

Akwesasne's Eagles Fight Off Cormorants

A young bald eagle (akweks) takes flight from one of the Akwesasne islands, June 14/2015.  The Mohawk territory on the St. Lawrence River is the...

 
 Reader Submission    June 18, 2015

Interns Meet Shonni Shimmel

The Washington Interns, Teesha Mitchell and Anna Kelly, were at the Verizon Center to show their native pride by supporting Shoni Shimmel, of the...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    June 18, 2015

Impersonators Have Caused Natives Great Harm

The recent revelations regarding the lies of Eastern Washington State University ethnic studies instructor and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People regional representative...

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    June 11, 2015

Tree of Peace Renewed in Germany

Twenty nine years ago the Mohawk Nation Council endorsed a delegation of Mohawks to travel to Germany (then West Germany) to establish a formal youth...

 
 Reader Submission    June 4, 2015

Reader Photo

Butterflies hanging out on the lilacs. Photo by Cathy....

 
 By Doug George Kanentiio    Reader Submission    June 4, 2015

Tsikaristisere/Dundee Return a Victory for All of Akwesasne

I recall my uncle, the late Angus George-Sohahiio, talking about the lost area of Dundee and how he believed the Mohawk people had that area of Akwesasne stolen from them but the actual proof...

 
 Reader Submission    May 21, 2015

Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week is May 17-23, 2015

Submitted by Paul Hetzler, Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County It’s not Dorothy’s fault, or even that of the Wizard of Oz, but the emerald city isn’t what it used to be. By...

 

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