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Rowen White Honored by American Horticulture Society

The American Horticultural Society (AHS) has announced their AHS Great American Gardeners Awards for 2021. The individuals, organizations, and...

 

"I was horrified to read this": Malone residents react to police reform plan

By Emily Russell. Reprinted with permission from NCPR. The village of Malone held its first public forum on police reform on Monday night. Dozens of people tuned in over Zoom. Most people who...

 

USDA Offers Resources for New York Maple Producers

SYRACUSE – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers technical expertise and financial assistance to help New York maple producers fund their operations, conserve natural resources, and...

 
 By Kaneihtonkie    News    March 25, 2021

Six-Year-Old Akwesasronon Earns Saranac 6er Hiking Patch

By Kaniehtonkie Earlier this March, a young and determined girl set out to hike the Saranac 6er – during the winter. On March 13th, she achieved...

 

St. Lawrence Seaway Holds Virtual Grand Opening for Their 63rd Navigation Season

By Mahlon Smoke On March 22nd, 2021, A virtual Opening Ceremony was held for the bi-national waterway at St. Lamber lock, but this opening also marks the opening of the Seaway’s 63rd Navigation...

 

Carlos M. Jacobs

Carlos M. Jacobs 60, of State Route 37, passed away on March 20, 2021 at home while under the care of Hospice. Carlos was born on November 11, 1960... Full story

 

Want to Avoid Pesticides? Check Out This Annual Produce Guide

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) released on Wednesday its annual “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean Fifteen” lists of the most and least pesticide-heavy conventional fruits and vegetables in the...

 

Tekwanonweratens!

On behalf of the Akwesasne Freedom School students, staff and families I want to send a big Niawen ko:wa to Tyson and Kelly Back of Fire Loom...

 

NIAWEN

A niawen:kowa to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe for not putting up borders, for the health and wellbeing of all community members in the southern and northern districts when it came to the Covid19...

 

Thank You Letter

On Friday, March 19th, 2021 a Fried Bread Taco Sale was held for Cain Leaf of Kawehnoke. Cain has Autism and is requiring financial help to get therapy costs down; also, a down payment on fitness...

 

THANK YOU

Ginger Seymour and family would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to everyone who helped get us through these trying times. A special thanks to the Seymour women who took care of...

 

Sipekne'katik Establishes Historic Negotiation Table with Canada

Sipekne’katik, FN. – Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs (CIRNA) has confirmed the establishment of Sipekne’katik’s Recognition of Indigenous Rights and Self-Determination...

 

A Pear Tree, and A Mystery

By Mary La France A few years ago, I was gifted four fruit trees for my birthday: two apple and two pears. Those trees were planted in my side yard,...

 

NAJA stands in solidarity with AAJA and condemns anti-Asian racism

NORMAN, Oklahoma – The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) stands in solidarity with the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and condemns anti-Asian racism and the shootings in...

 

Autism Awareness Corner

I was informed of the difficulties that most families in Akwesasne are facing, the Quebec Border. I was not aware that it was most difficult to receive a diagnosis, therapy, and support. I honestly wa...

 

Okwari:kowa

Repeated from vol. 26 # 21 This is a Mohawk story that was told to children. A long, long time ago there was a Village on the bend of a river. On one...

 

Tsi nikaio'tenhserò:ten's

Tekataheion'tátshnie I am a paramedic Khenonhkwa'tsherá:wis I am a pharmacist Kheia'taráhstha I am a photographer Katétsien'ts I am a physician Ke...

 

The Words 'Climate' and 'Science' Are Back on EPA Website After Four Dark Years Under Trump

By Andrea Germanos. Reprinted with permission from Common Dreams. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday brought back its climate change website — a resource the former Trump...

 

What is a Nation?

By Doug George-Kanentiio. Exactly what is a nation? According to international law a nation is a group of people with a common culture, history, language and identity who inhabit a defined land area...

 

The long Western legacy of violence against Asian Americans

By Jane C Hu. Reprinted with permission from HNC. Here’s what I remember: My friends and I were standing outside a bar in Seattle after singing Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” at a karaoke night....

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    March 25, 2021

Massena school board approves football, volleyball, spring musical

By Andy Gardner MASSENA – The Board of Education gave the go-ahead for a spring production of “Little Shop of Horrors,” as well as football and volleyball. They took the action Thursday night,...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    March 25, 2021

Massena schools move toward all-gender restrooms, single grad gown color

By Andy Gardner MASSENA – The Board of Education took steps toward making schools and graduation more gender-inclusive. Trustee Chair Paul Haggett, who chairs the policy committee, said a vote...

 

Clarkson Professor Wins 2021 Perugia Press Prize

Rebecca Pelky, an assistant professor of film studies at Clarkson University, won the Perugia Press Prize for her story-in-poems called Through A Red...

 

Tribe's EOC Reports 0 New COVID-19 Cases: 4 Total Active

AKWESASNE – On Tuesday, March 23 the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) continued to report zero (0) new case of COVID-19...

 

Ottawa has moved to a COVID-19 Red Zone

On Friday, March 19, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. the Ottawa region moved into the red-control zone as categorized by Ontario’s provincial COVID-19 framework. Red is the second highest level of restrictions...

 

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