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Articles from the May 2, 2024 edition


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  • SRMT Employment Opportunities

    May 2, 2024

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    May 2, 2024

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE OF LAND DISPUTE

    May 2, 2024

    Any Person having any interest whatsoever or information pertaining to this matter shall have thirty (30) business days from the date of publication of this Notice to file opposing or related claims or to provide relevant information to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Court. Information and related claims should be filed no later than April 29, 2024. Claimants: Venita Loran 304 State Route 37, Hogansburg, NY 13655 Kim Loran 304 State Route 37, Hogansburg, NY 13655 Respondents: Bernard Loran, Jr. 306 State Route 37, Hogansburg, NY 13655 Michael...

  • Legal Notice

    May 2, 2024

    A petition to be named Executor in the estate of Mitchell George Jr., late of Akwesasne, NY has been filed by Christopher George with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Court. Notice is hereby given to all heirs and beneficiaries who may wish to object to the validity of Mitchell George Jr’s will or the appointment of Christopher George as Executor. Objections must be filed with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Court by May 4, 2024. Notice is also hereby given to all potential creditors who may have an interest in said estate to present their i...

  • Legal Notice

    May 2, 2024

    Notice is hereby given to all potential creditors who may have an interest in the Estate of Cheyenne A. Thompson. All creditors must represent their interest to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Court by May 1, 2024. Any creditors shall contact the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Court at 518-358-6300....

  • COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT

    May 2, 2024

    Akwesasne, if you have questions about: • Old Age Security (OAS) Pension, • Canada Pension, • Social Insurance Numbers, • Employment Insurance, A Service Canada Representative will be in Akwesasne on the second Tuesday of each month at the Cornwall Island Administration Building #3 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (closed for lunch from Noon-1 p.m.). Please go directly to the CIA#3 for services. The next visits will be on: • May 14 • June 11 • July 9 • August 13 • September 10 • October 8 • November 12 • December 10 They are also available on the f...

  • Classified

    May 2, 2024

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  • Kawehnoke Power Generation - not for profit

    May 2, 2024

    Final Initial Planning Meeting Notice Saturday May 4, 2024, 11 am at Arena Turtle Room Until May 31, 2024, Comments on KPG setup will be accepted on line at: Kawehnoke.energies@gmail.com...

  • Blast from the Past

    May 2, 2024

    L-R: Elizabeth (Libby) Jacobs-White, Jenny Jock Jacobs, Genevieve Jacobs, year unknown Submitted by Dolores Thompson Do you have any old photos that you'd like to share with our readers in Blast from the Past? Bring them in! Our offices are located on Hilltop Drive in the Communications Building. Stop letting your photos gather dust in the basement and bring them in for us! All photos are returned to their owner....

  • CAA Management is constantly on the lookout for more talented individuals to our team

    May 2, 2024

    Enjoy a flexible work environment that is the perfect blend of work and fun! With flexible working hours to paid vacation time, You will be empowered to achieve work-life balance in all that you do. Apply online at caamgmt.com/find-a-job/ For more information, please email Jobs@caamgmt.com...

  • VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

    May 2, 2024

    Salmon River Central School District is currently accepting applications for the following positions for the 2023-24 School Year: Art Teacher Driver Education Teacher Elementary Teacher Home & Careers/Middle Level CTE Teacher Occupational Therapist Reading Teacher Special Education Teachers Technology Teacher Application Deadline: Until Filled Full job descriptions and applications can be found at www.srk12.org/employment/. Submit a completed application to: Angela Robert Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Salmon River...

  • Tewa'a:raton (The Creator's Game) Lacrosse

    May 2, 2024

    The game of Lacrosse has been a mainstay among the Rotinonshonni. The first purpose of the game is spiritual. It is a medicine game to be played upon request of any individual, clan, nation or the Confederacy itself. Iroquois Lacrosse is a holistic process that binds communities and the nations of the Rotinonshonni together. This is the reason that we say it was a gift to our people from the Creator. Lacrosse is a “medicine” game because it promotes the health and strength of the Nation, ensuring a continuance of our tradition and an und...

  • TOTA NEWS

    May 2, 2024

    TSI TETEWATATKENS St. Regis Mohawk Senior Center 518-358-2963 Email address: srmseniorsclub@gmail.com Please note: Anyone wishing to attend the congregate meal must call the Office for the Aging by 9:30 am to reserve a meal. MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL - Club dues for 2024: You can mail your membership fee of $10.00 American to: SRM Senior Citizens Club PO Box # 1106 Hogansburg, NY 13655 BIRTHDAYS: May 1st-Carmen Paquin & Ronald Soucy May 3rd-Leah Tarbell & Dinah David May 4th-Belinda White May 5th-Adeline A. Herne & Diane McDonald May 7th-Jackie... Full story

  • TAMMY T. MITCHELL

    May 2, 2024

    Tammy T. Mitchell- Dupree, 55, of Akwesasne , unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 at the Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone. Tammy was born on October 19, 1968 in Cornwall, ON, daughter of the late Thomas "Tommy" and Frances (Cook) Mitchell. Tammy married Christopher Dupree on August 18, 2023 in Massena. Tammy was a cook and caterer, and worked at the Snye School. She enjoyed cooking for her family, friends and family gatherings, and going for drives. Tammy cherished the time... Full story

  • ST. REGIS MISSION NEWS

    May 2, 2024

    ALL CURRENT COVID-19 AND COLD/FLU RESTRICTIONS APPLY WHICH INCLUDE: SOCIAL DISTANCING AND OPTIONAL WEARING MASKS. THURSDAY MAY 2, 2024 12:10 PM Offered for: Julia David from the funeral collection FRIDAY MAY 3, 2024 12:10 PM Offered for: Viola Thompson by the St. Regis Mission Family SATURDAY MAY 4, 2024 4:00 PM Offered for: Rudy Hart Memorial Birthday Anniversary by Debbie Thomas SUNDAY MAY 5 2024 10:00 AM Offered for: Margaret H. Tarbell and daughter Donna by the Tarbell family WEDNESDAY MAY 8, 2024 10:00 AM IAHKIHIHSOTHA ELDER’S LODGE O...

  • Honor Roll Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES North Franklin Educational Center 2023-24 Quarter 3

    May 2, 2024

    An asterisk (*) next to a name denotes high honors. Automotive Technology Brendan Fish, Brushton-Moira CSD Carter Tatro, Malone CSD Blake Jock, Malone CSD Evan Barney, Malone CSD Jacob Mayer, Salmon River CSD Charif Fayad, Salmon River CSD Building Trades Lillie Robideau, Brushton-Moira CSD Bruce Trickey, Brushton-Moira CSD Jacob LaSalle, Brushton-Moira CSD Dylan Bashaw, Chateaugay CSD Christopher Brown, Malone CSD Porter Wood, Malone CSD Isaac Bunker, Malone CSD William Crossman, Malone CSD Dillon Coates, Malone CSD Sadida Robert, Malone CSD...

  • April's wrap of Salmon River and Massena varsity games

    May 2, 2024

    By Andy Gardner Wednesday, April 24, girls lacrosse, Massena 16 Heuvelton 12: Jayla Thompson and Lindsay D’Arienzo both contributed five goals each, while Hailey LaShomb and Brook Terry each added a pair of goals to lead the Red Raiders to victory over the Bulldogs in an NAC game on Tuesday. Goalkeeper Bryn Deshaies made seven saves to secure the win for Massena. Saige Blevins led Heuvelton's effort with six goals and one assist, while Raya McGaw contributed four goals and one assist. Tuesday, April 23, boys lacrosse, Massena 17 Ogdensburg 11:...

  • It's the world's first Indigenous-led 'blue park.' And Kitasoo Xai'xais Nation pulled it off without waiting on Canada

    May 2, 2024

    By Steph Kwetásel’wet Wood. The Narwhal. A marine protected area managed by Kitasoo Xai’xais Nation has been designated a ‘blue park’ — an internationally recognized example of excellence in marine protection. And it is the first Indigenous-led blue park in the world The 33.5-square-kilometre Gitdisdzu Lugyeks Marine Protected Area on the central coast of British Columbia encompasses Kitasu Bay, an area rich with herring, shorebirds, whales, sea lions, and juvenile fish. The nation unilaterally declared a protected area in 2022 and began purs...

  • Family of Varsity Lax Player Seeking Legal Action After Bad Hit

    May 2, 2024

    MALONE – The family of a lacrosse player from Franklin Academy is pursuing legal action against an Ogdensburg player who struck a Huskies player in the head with his stick, resulting in a concussion, during an April 20 match at Crowner Field in Malone. The incident occurred during a game between Franklin Academy and the Blue Devils and was captured on video by NFHS Network, which covers high school sports. In the footage, the Ogdensburg player approaches Landyn Pierson from Franklin Academy, swings his stick, and hits him in the head. P...

  • Ivy Ridge survivors rally for change, look at closed facility for first time since leaving

    May 2, 2024

    By Andy Gardner. OSWEGATCHIE – Academy at Ivy Ridge survivors rallied against institutional child abuse on Saturday, April 27, a demonstration that started in front of Ogdensburg City Hall and moved to the threshold of the former Ivy Ridge campus on State Route 37. The demonstration drew participants from across the United States who were sent to Ivy Ridge as teens, held there involuntarily, and subjected to physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Operating from 2001 to 2009, Ivy Ridge portrayed...

  • Leonard Peltier Set for Parole Hearing in June

    May 2, 2024

    By Isaac White. Leonard Peltier, a longstanding symbol in the fight for Native American rights and a central figure in the American Indian Movement (AIM), is set to face a crucial parole hearing on June 10, 2024. At age 79, after nearly 50 years behind bars, this hearing could be pivotal, not only for Peltier but also for the broader discourse on justice and Indigenous rights in America. The Official Ad Hoc Committee for Leonard Peltier has announced that his legal team is vigorously preparing for the upcoming parole hearing by gathering...

  • MCK and Hydro-Québec Sign Hertel Transmission Line Agreements

    May 2, 2024

    KAHNAWÀ:KE – The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke and Hydro-Québec signed the project agreements to formalize the historic joint ownership of the Hertel-New York Interconnection Transmission Line (“Hertel Line”) on April 18, 2024, at a ceremony held on the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawà:ke. The agreements, signed by Ohén:ton Í:iente ne Ratitsénhaienhs Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer, Hydro-Québec Chief Executive Officer Michael Sabia, and Québec Minister responsible for Relations with the First Nations and the Inuit, Ian Lafrenière, officially designate the M...

  • MCK Congratulates KMHC on Their 40th Anniversary

    May 2, 2024

    KAHNAWÀ:KE – The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) would like to congratulate the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) on their 40th anniversary. April 24, 2024 marks the historical signing of the 1984 Hospital Agreement between Kahnawà:ke and Quebec, that resulted in the construction of the KMHC as it stands today. At the time of the agreement, the healthcare system had recently transitioned from Federal to Provincial Jurisdiction, and negotiations required the creation of a negotiation table with Quebec, which did not exist at the time...

  • MCK Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Government of Canada

    May 2, 2024

    KAHNAWÀ:KE – The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) and the Government of Canada have taken a significant step towards strengthening their relationship and promoting self-determination for the Kanien'kehá:ka of Kahnawà:ke. On April 17, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed, outlining the relationship between the parties and the shared objective of exploring negotiation mandates to establish inter-governmental agreements between the parties in various sectors. Officially titled the Memorandum of Understanding on the Kanie...

  • NEH Awards $411,000 to Tribal Communities for Projects on the History and Legacy of Federal Indian Boarding Schools

    May 2, 2024

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded $411,000 in funding to 14 Tribal Nations and organizations to support local and community projects that expand the reach and impact of the Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative (FIBSI). Special NEH Chair’s grants of up to $30,000 will support federally recognized Tribes, nonprofit Tribal entities, and state organizations that work with Tribal communities in 11 states on an array of education, research, and public programs that shed light on the legacy of the sys...

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