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Salmon River Central Elementary Honor Roll

Grade 4 Principal’s List Brady, Cory Showen, Taylor Walrath, Krista Grade 4 Honor Roll Benedict, Dalton Brann, Tiffany DeJung, Jennifer Heme, Kaitlynn Jock, Marrietta Leroux, Kurt Moulton, Dillon...

 

HELP US HONOR OUR VETERANS

American Legion Post 1479 invites the community to join us in honoring these brave veterans who served honorably until the draft system ended. PLEASE REVIEW THIS LIST FOR ACCURACY AND CONTACT ALMA...

 

School implements morning walks for students and staff

The Sunshine Walk was initiated at Ahkwesahsne Mohawk School (AMS) to promote physical and mental health for the students.  Studies have shown that...

 

Scenes of springtime

We asked readers to submit photos of springtime as we all enjoy the season and everything it has to offer. Thank you to everyone who participated and...

 

Sunflowers & their connection to nature’s numbering system, a few facts, and trivia

In the scientific world, many experts felt that at least 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, Sunflowers were a cultivated food crop in what is now the eastern...

 

Tsi niwa’kenhrò:ten Describing the Soil

1.Wa’kenhrí:io Nice dirt 2.Wa’kenhráksen Bad dirt 3.Wa’kenhrahón:tsi Black dirt 4.Wa’kenhrowá:nen Big dirt 5.Io’kenhraná:wen Wet dirt 6.Io’kenhrastáthen Dry dirt...

 

TRADITIONAL NATIVE CORN & FOOD

Reprinted from Kakhwakon Cookbook Recipes, sponsored by Mohawk Indian Housing Corporation A BRIEF HISTORY OF CORN Ancient corn was began by Native Americans who developed the founding species. Two...

 

IDENTIFIED!

This Blast was taken in 1989 of the first Potsdam Assocation of Native Americans. (Left to right): President Merwin, Dean Papineau, Shawn Herne,...

 

Not sure of the year, but here are the winners!

Volleyball Champs (left-right): Peter “Whimpy” Mitchell, Raymond Mitchell, Phillip “Jingles” Mitchell, Michelle Mitchell, Carrie Lazore, John...

 

It’s a Girl!

Name: Ali Louise Bradley Born: Friday, April 17, 2009 Weight: 7lbs and 6 oz. Parents: Tina Thompson and Caleb Bradley Siblings: Ava Marie...

 

It’s a Boy!

Name: Porter James Oakes “Rohsontanon” Born: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 Weight: 8lbs and 3 oz. Parents: Paige Jacobs and Zachary Oakes Sibling:...

 

We Love Visitors!

Indian Time is lucky to receive many visitors every week. Whether it’s a parent bringing in a new baby for a photograph or an elder who wants us to...

 

RHUBARB PUDDING CAKE

(Recipe by Glen Laws) 1 cup sugar 1 Tbsp. shortening 1 egg, beaten 1 cup sour milk 1 tsp. baking soda 2 cups flour 2 cups finely chopped rhubarg (sprinkled with flour) Cream shortening and egg...

 

Senior Moments

Everybody who goes to bingo has their favorite things they have to take to every game. My friend brings a colorful insulated mug and fills it with ice water to sip during the game. One day her...

 

Frenchie’s Chevrolet’s American Revolution Series And Memorial Cup Kick Off 2009 Season At Mohawk Int. Raceway

The excitment is building and the anticipation of what will be a memorable experience awaits race fans on Friday night May 29th at 7:45pm as “The Best Kept Secret On Dirt,” the Mohawk Int. Raceway...

 

AMS Softball News

The Girls Softball Team finished in 2nd place in the annual Stormont County tournament on Tuesday, May 19, 2009. The Results were: AMS 11 vs. Viscount Alexander 11 AMS 17 vs. Rothwell-Osnabruck 10...

 

Akwesasne runners have success in two races

Akwesasne’s runners were hot on their feet during the past month as they competed in two separate races and continued their hobby. On Saturday, April 25, Tasha Thompson, Warren Conners and Shawn...

 

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