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Articles from the April 28, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    April 28, 2011

Akwesasne’s Challenge: green your routine

With all of the loss in the community this past year many of us are probably looking back on happier times. Stories of the old days before the...

 

Akwesasne addresses beaver problems

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Environment Department sponsored a workshop called Akwesasne Trapping and Life Skills on the Land. This workshop...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    April 28, 2011

Prescription Drug Disposal Day: April 30

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day was first held in September 2010 with an overwhelming positive response from the national public. A second date has been set for this coming Saturday, April...

 

Ian A. Seymour

AKWESASNE – Mr. Ian A. Seymour, age 55, of 60 Seymour Road, suddenly passed away on Saturday evening, April 23, 2011 at Cornwall Community...

 

Michael E. White

Akwesasne - Mr. Michael Edward White, age 57, of Kawehnoke Apartment Road, unexpectedly passed away on Thursday at his home. Michael was born on...

 

Simon King

ST. REGIS, QUEBEC – Mr. Simon King, age 83, of 67 Kateri Tekakwitha Street, unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday evening, April 26, 2011 at Cornwall...

 

In Memory

A Tribute to Tewatenniheh Jean F. Herne October 24, 1933 – April 2011 From: PICEI, Pamoja International Cultural Exchange, Inc. Written by one of...

 

Letter to the Editor:

Casino Expansion Letter to the Editor, I was very disappointed with the turnout for the ‘expansion of the casino’ meeting and the ‘ethics ordinance’ meeting that went like this; a couple of...

 

Niawen

Thank You A very big Niawen kowa to the Akwesasne community from the family of “Baby Jrake Whitecrow”. Special thanks to all the people who donated baskets and money for the cause and to all our...

 

Niawen

Appreciation from Kanatakon School CONGRATULATIONS! The winner of the framed sketch raffled by the Kana:takon School Fund-Raising Committee was Kenny Oakes of Snye. All proceeds will go toward the...

 

Guest Editorial

It Is Not Simply Climate Change It Is A Climatic Revolt ©By Doug George-Kanentiio A casual reading of the April 6 edition of the New York Times exposes the myth of climate change as brought about by...

 

Visiting Kateri Tekakwitha

Kateri Tekakwitha’s Annual Feast Day was celebrated on Palm Sunday April 17, 2011 at St. Francis Xavier Mission and Shrine of Kateri in Kahnawake. Bishop Lionel Gendron of the Diocese of Montreal...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    April 28, 2011

Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club Enjoy Easter Activities

The Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club hosted an Easter celebration for club members and their families’ this past Saturday afternoon. Children excitedly...

 
 By Darcy OConnell    News    April 28, 2011

Belly Buttons visits Tsi Snaihne School

On Thursday, April 21 renowned clown/magician Belly Buttons visited the students of Tsi Snaihne School as part of an Easter celebration. Ms. Buttons...

 

ATFE Akwesasne Maple Project

Kakwitetstsi Nikahawi Enniskowa Tsiniwenh:nites nonen ronterontara:raks Tho:ne’ Onen Entitewahwe’non:ni ne Orontakeri, Tho:ne’ onen...

 

Springtime allergies: Nip them in the bud

Spring means flower buds and blooming trees — and if you’re one of the millions of people who have springtime allergies, it also means sneezing, congestion, runny nose and other bothersome...

 

Tribe Schedules Referendum for April 30

Akwesasne Territory— On April 30, 2011, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal voters will be able to vote in a referendum, “Do you support the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Expansion Project at the Akwesasne...

 
 By Tiffany Leabo    News    April 28, 2011

Warning Signs

With the many changes that your child goes through during their teen years it may be hard for you to tell if your teen is experimenting with alcohol. It is normal for teens to be moody and they may...

 

9 Jefferson Elementary students competing in FIRST Lego League Championship

Jaquar “Roarbotics” Team, grade 5 and grade 6 elementary students is one of eight teams nationwide to be invited to the Lego League World...

 

WARRIOR CHIEFS

The Head Chiefs, or certain of them, are each attended by a sub-Chief, properly called Warrior Chief, but now usually known as the Second Chief, who is an executive officer, but also may appear in Cou...

 

Marijuana Bust

(CORNWALL, ON) – On April 25, 2011 at approximately 8:00pm, a Cornwall Regional Task Force (RTF) officer, conducting patrol in South Glengarry, located two vehicles parked in a fire lane at the...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• This is a quiet month in Haudenosaunee Country. There have been practices in the different nations; some have been spending time practicing for the Condolence that takes place on this coming...

 

Taetewatohtáhrho Ohahaktónkie We ought to clean up along the roads

1. Onkwehshón:’a People 2. Ahkwesáhsne Place of Ahkwesáhsne 3. Ohwéntsia Earth 4. Rati’nikòn:rare They mind 5. Tsi Ratihiatónhkhwa Their office 6. Ionkhihretsiá:rons They are encouraging...

 

Blast from the Past

Photo taken in 1978 at the Mohawk School Firemen’s Field Day Front L-R: ? Sunday, Cecil Ransom, Jimmy Sunday, James E. Lazore, Mitch Sunday,...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    April 28, 2011

SRMT Animal Control Program organizes pet vaccination clinic

The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Animal Control Program organized a cat/dog vaccination clinic for pets of tribally enrolled members on Wednesday,...

 

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