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Oklahoma Gov Vetos Bill Permitting Tribal Regalia

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has rejected a bill that would have permitted Native students to don tribal regalia at graduation ceremonies. SB 429 aimed to prevent schools from prohibiting students...

 

Community Researcher

DEADLINE: MAY 26, 2023 4:00PM Submit Cover Letter & Resume to: barb@akshn.org Background: Akwesasronon Shonatatèn:ron is a community organization with a mission to document and preserve the memories...

 

Basic Call to Consciousness

Akwesasne Notes The Haudenosaunee, more commonly known as the Iroquois Confederacy, are an ancient people of North America. Our tradition states that our people originate in the northeastern...

 

CAA Management is currently looking for reliable, hard-working talent for the following positions...

CAA Management is currently looking for reliable, hard-working talent for the following positions......

 

Executive Director Akwesasronon Shonatatén:ron

Application are now being accepted for the role of Executive Director Akwesasronon Shonatatén:ron Salary: 75,000.00 - 95, 000.00 Length: One-year probationary contract with anticipated renewal based...

 

'Swatting' Incident at Casino Addressed by Tribal Police

By Isaac White. On May 4th, 2023, the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police (SRMT PD) reported a 'Swatting' incident at the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino and...

 

Tsiskó:ko

1. Skaià:ta tsiskó:ko o'nhéhkien One female robin 2. Kahon'tsistarà:ken It is lighter black in color 3. Kanekwenhtararà:ken ne...

 

North Franklin Flames Girls Hockey

North Franklin Flames Girls Hockey, Back Row L-R: Vikki Wood, Jody Ziser, Julie Phillips, the late Autumn White & Valerie Lazore. Middle Row L-R:...

 

Eye Candy, Cough Syrup, and Early Flowers

After many months (five-plus where I live) of winter whiteness, it’s a relief to watch the snow melt at last. We’re always grateful, even though the loss of snow cover gives way to a mostly brown...

 

Project Sticker Shock

On Wednesday, April 19th students from the Akwesasne Youth Coalition joined staff of the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe's Alcoholism/Chemical Dependency...

 

Entertainment Binge

By Isaac White. Let me start by saying that I am cognizant of regularity in telling you my process for writing these weekly mind to print conversations for public consumption. Even I’m starting to...

 

Grow Easy-Care Mandevillas for Season-Long Color

by Melinda Myers Bold color, tropical beauty, and easy-care mandevillas make excellent additions to patios, decks, and gardens. Train them onto a...

 

Hiking in the Adirondack Mountain Reserve

Akwesasne has a large contingent of hikers – from young children to active elders, they all take off to the mountain for a short hike or a long grueling trek. Hiking the Adirondacks is free,...

 

Le Théâtre de L'Amalgame Presents its 14th Production

Le Théâtre de L’Amalgame is thrilled to present its fourteenth production since its creation in 2006 “La visite ou surtout, sentez-vous pas obligés de venir” - The visit or above all, do not...

 

Berkley Professor Finally Admits To Being Pretendian

By Isaac White. An associate professor at the University of California Berkeley has apologized following confirmation that her claims of Native American ancestry are bogus. Elizabeth Hoover, who has...

 

Border COVID Restrictions Lifted

Starting on May 11, Canadians entering the United States will no longer need to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as declared by Congressman Brian Higgins (D - NY26). This significant decision comes...

 

Akwesasne Freedom School Spring Fundraiser

The Akwesasne Freedom School recently held their spring fundraiser with the performance of "Clues Lead to Murder at the Down Town Abby, a production...

 

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Salmon River CSD Residents to Vote on $36.9 Million Budget Proposal on May 16

FORT COVINGTON – On Tuesday, May 16, Salmon River Central School District residents will vote on a proposed spending plan for the 2023-24 school year. Polls will be open from 12-8 p.m. in the...

 

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