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Articles from the November 21, 2013 edition

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Tribe Supports Emily Lauzon's Bid for Salmon River School Board

The Salmon River School Board is holding a special election on December 3, 2013. The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe encourages voter participation in support of the candidate representing Akwesasne. Emily...

 

Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Represented at Tribal Nations Conference 2013

The White House hosted Tribal Leaders at the 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington, DC on November 13, 2013. Chief Beverly Cook...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    November 21, 2013

Three Feathers Trial Underway

After months of setbacks and delays, the Three Feathers Casino trial is underway in Albany. Anthony Laughing Sr., 66, William Roger Jock, 52, and Thomas Angus Square, all of Akwesasne, and Joseph...

 

Christmas Enchantment at Snye Recreation - Part 1

There's something enchanting about Christmas trees, they can signify the celebration and take us into a magical realm. The Festival of Trees kicked...

 

Christmas Enchantment at Snye Recreation - Part 2

Here are additional pictures....

 

Christmas Enchantment at Snye Recreation - Part 3

Dora The Explorer-donated by Snye Rec. (decorated by Lorraine Bero). Won by Michelle Smoke Blue Quilt donated by Kawenoke Recreation. Won by Esther...

 

SRCS Blood Drive

SRCS Blood Drive...

 

Task Force to Examine the Impact of Violence on American Indian and Alaska Native Children Co-Chaired by Joanne Shenandoah

(November 13, 2013) Attorney General Eric Holder announced the first public hearing of a new task force to examine the impact of exposure to violence...

 

MURIEL G. GRAY - "Beedy"

AKWESASNE - Muriel Gertrude "Beedy" Gray, 69, of 43B Oakes Road, Akwesasne, passed away peacefully in her sleep, at home, after fighting a battle...

 

ALEXANDER BERO

AKWESASNE – Mr. Alexander Bero, age 81, of State Route 37, passed away Monday morning, November 18, 2013 at the Franklin County Nursing Home, where...

 

MARGARET RANSOM

AKWESASNE – Mrs. Margaret Tekawonake Lazore Ransom, age 93, of Leo Swamp Road, peacefully passed away Tuesday evening, November 19, 2013 at her home...

 

Letter to the Editor

As a result of the use of PCBs at the industrial facilities located in the Town of Massena, the people of the Akwesasne Reserve and St. Lawrence County have received harmful exposures to this group...

 

Unveiling of the Annual Poinsettia Memory Tree & Family Christmas Sing-A-Long

Set for Saturday, December 21, 2013. The Poinsettia Memory Tree is a beautiful tribute to honor the memory of the Folks who have lived and were loved by the caring staff at Tsiionkwanonhso:te (Long Te...

 

Letter to the Editor

The Fiduciary Obligations of the Mohawk Councils: Free the Mohawk Three For those who study the laws of nations there is a specific provision which allows the governing entities to administer to the...

 

Niawen Kowa,

Niawen Kowa, I wish to thank the family and friends who showed their support at the fund raising event held October 16th at the HAVFD station 1. Heartfelt thank you to everyone who worked hard for my...

 

Thank You

Indian Time staff sends out a big Niawen to Shannon Burns for thinking of us and sending over a delicious treat. We sure enjoyed it....

 

Studio 162 Supports Renewal House with Fundraiser

On Saturday, November 17, Studio 162 held its second annual fundraiser to benefit the St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House in Canton. The full service...

 

Salmon River Elementary Celebrates Native American Day

Salmon River Elementary Celebrates Native American Day...

 

Salmon River Middle School Students of the Month

Submitted by Molly Gushea Students at the Salmon River Middle School are participating in the Student of the Month Program. The program is based on...

 

November is Crime Prevention Month

Cst. Rob White, Community Service and Support Officer for AMPS, and Cpl. Cynthia Lord, RCMP Liaison with AMPS, were recently at Kanonhkwatsheri:io to...

 

Elders and Students Get Preview of Christmas Enchantment

On Friday morning, the Snye Recreation Christmas Enchantment held an invitation only event for school children and Elders. Students from the...

 

The Eagle Meets the Condor to Discuss Indigenous Water Rights

By Kahneratokwas Lorraine Gray and other founders and board members of the Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute, organized a service...

 

Mohawk Lesson

Mohawk Lesson...

 

Crazy Hat Day Celebrated for National Aboriginal Addiction Awareness Week

Crazy Hat Day Celebrated for National Aboriginal Addiction Awareness Week...

 

Light the Way to Hope Walk Kicks Off National Aboriginal Addiction Awareness Week

On Monday night, with an escort from Tribal Police, dozens of people braved the wind and took part in the Light the Way to Hope Walk. This event was...

 

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