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Articles from the May 21, 2009 edition

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Two suspects wanted for village shooting

The Akwesasne Mohawk Police are currently seeking search warrants for two individuals wanted in an alleged shooting incident Sunday morning....

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

Dozens nominated for Mohawk Council seats

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne held nominations Saturday, May 16, for all thirteen Council seats. Four district chiefs in each of the three districts as well as one grand chief position will be...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

Stacy Adams wins school board seat by five votes

Akwesasne community member (and tribal sub-chief) Stacy Adams saw her active school board campaigning pay off Tuesday night as she was re-elected to a five-year seat on the Salmon River Board of...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

300 police officers swarm Kanesatake

The Mohawk community of Kanesatake, near Montreal, was swarmed by police on the ground and in helicopters Tuesday morning as 16 residents were...

 

Arthur T. Lamendola

MASSENA - Mr. Arthur T. “Artie” Lamendola, 76, of 121 Center Street, passed away on Monday afternoon, May 18, 2009 at Massena Memorial Hospital....

 

In Memory

Mom and Dad, Memorial Day is a time for remembrance, but we think of you each and every day. No words can express the great empty space in our lives...

 

AN OPEN LEITER TO THE COMMUNITY

AN OPEN LEITER TO THE COMMUNITY She:kon Sewakwe:kon, When you awaken each morning to greet the day, be thankful. There are a few people in our community who can tell you that they drank: water from...

 

NOTICE TO THE COMMUNITY OF AKWESASNE

NOTICE TO THE COMMUNITY OF AKWESASNE Campaign against the Arming of Canadian Customs Guards Saturday, May 23rd, 2009 Women’s Meeting 2 pm At the White Tent on Kawehnoke Friday, May 22, 2009 Social...

 

Thank you

Thank you On Sunday, May 19, 2009 my sister Kahontineh Swamp and I graduated from SUNY Potsdam. The weather was cold and cloudy and we were both...

 

Thank You/Niawenko:wa From Andria Cooke

Thank You/Niawenko:wa From Andria Cooke Thank you to all of the community members who supported my fundraising efforts by purchasing a Spaghetti Dinner on May 15th. Thanks to my family who pulled...

 

Thank you

Thank you, Niawen to all who came to our Mother’s Day breakfast fundraiser on May 10th. Also,to all the cooks, volunteers and especially the Seymour family. From HAVFD Station #2 Cornwall...

 

NIAWEN:KOWA

NIAWEN:KOWA to everyone who took time to Vote and support me for the Salmon River School Board. Special thanks to my parents, Jacobs Manufacturing, Eli Tarbell & the Tarbell Management Group and...

 

June 1: An Historic Opportunity for the Mohawk Nation

On June 1 the US will exercise its law enforcement muscles by trying to impose new border crossing rules on all Native people with the citizens of the Mohawk Nation a particular target.  The...

 

The Wealth of Akwesasne

The St. Lawrence River and the wetlands that surround it have a profound affect on the environment of Akwesasne. Our wetlands represent the combined wealth of the Community of Akwesasne in more ways...

 

Tribal Election Board announces availability of absentee ballots

AKWESASNE TERRITORY – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Election Board would like to inform the community that Absentee Ballots are available for eligible voters starting Monday, May 18, 2009 through...

 

Candidates Night 2009

The Akwesasne Convenience Store Association (ACSA) will be hosting “Candidates Night” on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7 p.m. in the Banquet Room at Wolfclan Restaurant on Route 37. All candidates running...

 

Dancers practice performing at lacrosse game

Dancers from the Rakit City Dance Group performed this weekend during intermission at the Junior A Indians game. Their performances were great. The...

 

Wagon Winner

The Rakit City Dance Group held a fundraiser to raise money for their upcoming dance show. A wagon full of summer fun was won by Warren Oakes (right)...

 

Non-Native removed from Akwesasne

On May 14th, 2009 at approximately 12:31 P.M., Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service received information that there was a non-Native male present at a Chapman Road, Tsi Snaihne (Snye) residence who was...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

Tribe will ask membership if land disputes should be settled by court

At the June 6, 2009 tribal election, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe will simultaneously conduct a referendum vote asking the membership, “Do you want tribal land disputes to be decided by the tribal...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

37 children make First Holy Communion

The St. Regis Catholic Church was full of beaming parents, grandparents and Godparents Sunday, May 17 as 37 of Akwesasne’s youth made their First...

 

Wolf-hybrid recaptured in Akwesasne Transported to a U.S.D.A. Licensed Facility

AKWESASNE TERRITORY – After being released for over two weeks, the wolf-hybrid re-appeared in Akwesasne on Tarbell Road late in the week of May 4th. Tribal Animal Control Officer Derek Comins...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

Fifth-graders learn to love drama to the public’s delight

A group of twelve shy but brave fifth-graders took part in a St. Regis Mohawk School project that changed them as students and opened doors for their...

 

Coloring Contest Winners

Indian Time and the Akwesasne Area Management Board co-sponsored a youth coloring contest for Spring. The 1st place winners of the contest were...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    May 21, 2009

Annual Senior Games brings fun and exercise to elders

The Annual Senior Games were held last week in Akwesasne, bringing dozens of elders out of their homes and into different venues throughout the...

 

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