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Articles from the April 4, 2019 edition

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 By Jaclyn Hall    News    April 4, 2019

Learn to Skate Program Hosts Show to Finish off the Season

By: Jaclyn Hall A handful of tiny lions and ferocious felines graced the ice over the weekend at the Anowarakowa Arena. This year's Learn to Skate...

 
 By Derrick Lafrance    News    April 4, 2019

Akwesasne For Pine Ridge

By Derrick Lafrance Helping out people in their time of need is what the Caring Hearts organization is about. In the past they have helped out flood...

 

Tsi Snaihne School Essay Contest: "Why is speaking Kanien'keha important to our Community?"

Submitted by AMBE In honour of National Aboriginal Languages Day, recognized on March 31st, Tsi Snaihne School held an essay contest on "Why is...

 

U.S. federal judge declared president's attempt to open up Arctic & Atlantic Ocean to oil and gas drilling illegal

In a major blow to the Trump administration’s energy plans, U.S. District Court Judge Sharon Gleason stated in a ruling made public on Friday, March 29, 2109 that Trump had exceeded his...

 

CARL J. SMOKE

AKWESASNE – Carl J. Smoke, 77, of 332 Wade LaFrance Road, Tsi Snaihne, passed away early Monday morning, April 1, 2019 at IAKHIHSOHTHA Lodge with hi... Full story

 

FLORENCE B. BENEDICT

AKWESASNE – Florence B. Benedict, "Katsitsienhawi", 87, of Island Road, passed away early Wednesday morning, March 27, 2019 at Cornwall Community... Full story

 

Niawen

March 2019 was a big month for the members of the Akwesasne Atom B Wolves Hockey Club. March was the month that they successfully earned their title...

 

Letter to the Editor

New cars and money were the phrases most heard that would happen if the referendum for a casino was passed. The referendum was passed and yes, we do receive benefits from the casino. Fuel allotments,...

 

Fundraisers Planned for 4-H WOW 2020

Submitted by Liz Couillard, 4-H Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension Franklin County “WOW! That was a great experience!” “Wow, I never thought I would be able to see Washington D.C.” These...

 

Bringing Awareness to Sex Trafficking through Stage

By Mahlon Smoke Akwesasne Mohawk Casino and Resort. Sex trafficking is a major problem within Canada and the United States, affecting many Native...

 

Healing From Lateral Violence Training Takes Place in Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall The Akwesasne Mohawk Casino was host to Seven Dancers two-day training, "Healing From Lateral Violence". The intensive two-day...

 

TAUNY Folkstore Artist Spotlight Featuring Work by Dave Buchholz Opens 4/6

The community is invited to an opening reception for TAUNY’s next Folkstore Artist Spotlight exhibit, featuring the work of Adirondack woodturner Dave Buchholz. The opening will be on Saturday,...

 

Hiawatha and Atotarhoh

Reprinted with permission from Traditional Teachings by the Native North American Travelling College …continued from last week His grief was so deep that he resolved to leave the Onondaga Nation...

 

Skaià:ta Ken'nikatsitenhtsherá:'a

1. Skaià:ta otsi'tén:'a - One bird 2. Owí:ra - It is a baby 3. Ken'nikatsitenhtsherá:'a - It is a small bird 4. Kahòn:tsi tánon karà:ken - It i...

 

Tsi Snaihne Schools Got Talent

By Derrick Lafrance Singers, Dancers, Stand-up comedy and Martial Arts were on the playbill last Friday at the Tsi Snaihne School. The school's...

 

Reader Comic

II - Rest assured that Donald will be gloating with the news from his recent A.G. appointee Mr. Barr that S.C. Mueller could not find enough evidence...

 

MCA Hosts General Meeting for the Month of March

By: Jaclyn Hall Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s elected officials held their monthly General Meeting for the month of March at Iohahi:io. The General Meeting was set to take place on Kawehno:ke, but...

 

Onerahtókha/April is Alcohol Awareness Month

The month of April brings in the conversation of alcohol awareness and the dangers of underage drinking. As the weather turns warmer and school events such as prom and graduation approach us within...

 

Through Black Spruce

Featuring Brandon Oakes Playing at the Port Theatre every night until April 11th at 7:15pm. (No show April 6) Matinees April 9th & 10th at 1:30pm. The Port is an independent locally owned theatre. It...

 

The New Job Finding Club Completes First Round of Training

The new Job Finding Club used unique yet practical approaches to the age old job search as six individuals witnessed in two jam-packed weeks of...

 

United Counties Science Fair Winners!

The United Counties Science Fair just completed their 44th year on Saturday, March 30 at St. Lawrence High School. Doors opened at 8am for public...

 

10 of 25 brick and mortar cannabis shops open in Ontario

The first wave of legal pot shops opened across the province of Ontario on Monday, April 1, 2019. Three of those stores opened in Ottawa to long lines of consumers and a variety of high-quality...

 

Knights of Columbus-Akwesasne Chapter, 1980's.

L-R: Alex Mitchell, Reginald Mitchell, Unknown, Morris Adams, Jimmy George, Teddy Mitchell, Joe Cook, Charlie Terrance & Junior David. Submitted...

 

Police Blotter

St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police On March 22, James J. Houseman 49 of Alexandria, Va. was charged with speeding (allegedly 48-35 mph zone). Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court April 15. On March 22,...

 

Centennial Choir of Cornwall Spring Concert

You are invited to the Centennial Choir of Cornwall’s Spring concert “RHAPSODY”. This 75 member choir will perform songs that will leave you in rhapsody for days. Enjoy the energy and zest of...

 

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