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Articles from the February 2, 2012 edition

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People of the Way of the Longhouse respond

The Kanienkehaka Kaianerehkowa Kanonhsesne will begin addressing this issue by acknowledging the existence of your, so-called “order” in spite of your pretend authority and failure to follow any...

 By Monica Peters    News    February 2, 2012

Fire at St. Regis Mohawk School?

I heard a rumor that the St. Regis Mohawk School had a fire and had to evacuate all the students quickly this past Monday.  The local grapevine...

 By Nina Denny    Sports    February 2, 2012

Standing Rock Boxing Club Fighters Win Against Their Opponents

Akwesasne, NY—(January 31, 2012)—Standing Rock Boxing Club is proud to announce that two of their boxers; 16-year-old welterweight open class...


Mohawk Council of Akwesasne

January 30, 2012 In 1999 Mohawk Council of Akwesasne entered into this process of Nation Building. Part of this process is to negotiate new arrangements with Canada to create a gov...


Rosemary Bennett

Rosemary Bennett, age 58, of Malone, NY, died early Tuesday morning, January 31, 2012, at her home, while under the loving care of her family and Hospice of the North Country, Inc. Born in Little...



Thank you, The family of Abram Gray Jr. would like to extend our deepest appreciation and heartfelt thanks to friends and family during our time of so... Full story



THANK YOU The Hogansburg Post Office would like to thank the HAVFD for an outstanding community service! Our flagpole was in need of a new flag rope. They volunteered their time on a wintry Saturday... Full story


Why Ceremonies are Important

One of the privileges of being from Akwesasne is the ability to attend, and witness, the conducting of the 13 communal ceremonies, which mark the lunar year.  This, rather than the Gregorian... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Take a quick survey of the northeast corner of St. Lawrence County and the northwest corner of Franklin County and one would see and hear from residents that the only real economic... Full story


Police Blotter

WARRANT Cornwall, ON- Paul Buckshot, 39 of Akwesasne was arrested on the 29th of January, 2012 under the strength of two outstanding warrants. It is alleged that he failed to attend court on the 18th... Full story


Consumer Corner

Each week the Consumer Corner looks for information that will help the readership in some way whether it be big or small. Saving money, a healthy body (physical, mental, spiritual), healthy foods and... Full story


Dr. Solomon Cook

It was an interesting visit with a very gifted man this past week.  Solomon Cook was born January 8, 1920 at the home of his parents, Kahawihson... Full story


Haudenosaunee News

• The Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs, Clanmothers, Faithkeepers and the people will have completed six (6) days of the Midwinter Ceremonies by the time you read Indian Time newspaper. Every day... Full story


Mohawk Lesson

1. Iothó:re It is cold 2. Io’kerén:’en It is snowing 3. Iota’kera’ténion Snowflakes are flying around 4. Iowerá:no The wind is cold 5. Teionien’kwatá:se It is a blizzard 6.... Full story


The Sun

Onen non:wa ehnon:we nentsitewate? Nikonraie:ra?te ne tsi karonhiat:te rorihwato:ken ehtho tehaiahiakhons ne tsionkwahtsi?a kionhkenekha karahkwa. Ne... Full story


Blast from the Past

Akwesasne Cultural Center groundbreaking 40 years ago. Those identified in the front row (left to right): Noah Cook, John Cook, Minerva White, David... Full story


Why shovel your sidewalks?

Snow and ice create a hazardous situation for everyone but especially for seniors and people with disabilities. Shoveling and using salt, sand or other substances with ice melting properties will... Full story


We Love Visitors!

Indian Time is lucky to receive many visitors every week. Whether it’s a parent bringing in a new baby for a photograph or an elder who wants us to... Full story


Ice Road Trucker leaves Wednesday

Harvey Arquette, of Snye eagerly waits to begin his trek to Yellowknife, NWT. This will be his first time trucking on the ice roads of the Arctic. He...

 By Monica Peters    News    February 2, 2012

Wear Red Day Event

The yearly ‘Wear Red Day’ community celebration is 9 a.m. to Noon on Friday, February 3rd.  A few local buildings will be lit up with red...

 By Judy Cole    News    February 2, 2012

Akwesasne Senior Games

Senior games are coming to Akwesasne once more, the dates for the games are May 14 to 17, 2012. Senior games started about 10 years when I worked at I...


Teaching Rules

As painful and headache-inducing as it is, parents always have this ongoing battle with the “rules”. As parents we make the house rules, enforce the rules and limits, set consequences and listen... Full story


Managing your Ohwistha

Claiming your dependent children has many dimensions, it’s important to understand what constitutes a dependent, if they qualify as an exemption and credits. Each situation if different and consulti... Full story

 By Jana L Walker    News    February 2, 2012

Using the UN Declaration to End the Epidemic of Violence Against Native Women

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples signals a new means to change federal law and policy to restore safety to Native women, to strengthen Indian nations and advance their... Full story


Editor Wanted

Indian Time is looking for an editor to ensure the smooth and complete operation in the production of the newspaper. Duties include: - Meet weekly with staff to discuss and schedule news stories and...


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