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Articles from the September 2, 2010 edition

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State’s cigarette tax law moves into effect

Smokers who purchase their cigarettes from Indian reservation stores around New York State may be able to continue doing so for the time being, if a...

 

Teen suspected in Cornwall murder

An Akwesasne teenager is wanted by police this week following a deadly stabbing at a Cornwall residence. The Cornwall Community Police Service was notified on Thursday, Aug. 26 at around 2:30 p.m....

 

Man seriously injured during home invasion

Submitted by AMPS At approximately 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 27, the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service were dispatched to a residence on Roundpoint Road in Tsi Snaihne, (Snye) Quebec. One male, approximately...

 

Students in need will receive school supplies courtesy of Mohawk Vision’s Stuff the Bus Campaign

Buying school supplies can be a burden to many families when fall rolls around and there are sneakers, winter coats and new jeans to purchase for the...

 

Mitchell D. “Mike” Jacobs

Mitchell D. “Mike” Jacobs, age 76, of Slayon Rd., Cato, NY, passed away Monday, August 30, 2010 at Auburn Memorial Hospital. Family and friends may call on Thursday (Sept. 2) from 10 am till noon...

 

Niawen

Niawen We apologize for taking so long to thank everyone for supporting our father, Ray Thompson. Because of family, friends and local businesses our father is receiving treatment in Glens Falls for...

 

Thank You

Thank You The A’nowara’ko:wa Arena Supervisor and Staff send a Thank You to all of our workers and volunteers who helped out at the Arena’s 15th Anniversary Fun Day activities on August 21st....

 

Niawen

Niawen The family of Priscilla Martin would like to thank everyone for all the expressions of sympathy during their time of grief. During Priscilla’s last hours a blessed scapular was placed around...

 

Thank You

Thank You Thank you to everyone who donated to and/or purchased a BBQ chicken dinner to benefit the Akwesasne Minor Hockey Association. Harry King…we appreciate the use of King’s Marina in Snye...

 

Akwesasne Police Association awards scholarship

Submitted by APA The Akwesasne Police Association has awarded its first scholarship to Salmon River High School 2010 graduate, Trevor Roundpoint. The...

 

Akwesasne Freedom School Dinner & Quilt Auction

The Akwesasne Freedom School’s annual summer fundraiser was held this past weekend with two days filled with outdoor activities, entertainment and...

 

Bear’s Den hosting book signing with author of “MURDER & MAYHEM IN ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY”

MASSENA—New, from the author of the Haunted Northern New York series, a book more chilling than any she’s ever written….Murder & Mayhem in St. Lawrence County. The author chronicles, in...

 

SUNY Potsdam student rollerblades from New York to California, returns with gift for Akwesasne

Submitted by SUNY Potsdam             SUNY Potsdam senior Shawn Hatch is returning to campus this week, after spending his summer rollerbla...

 

Boots graduates from drill sergeant school

On August 19, 2010, Staff Sgt Austin Boots of Akwesasne, graduated from the U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School. After 9 weeks of intense training he was...

 

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...

 

Going to School The First Days of School

The Night Before “Get your child ready for bed a bit earlier than usual. This leaves time for listening to thoughts and feelings about the first day of school — before your child goes to sleep. Re...

 

Happy meals

Some days just seem cursed. The alarm doesn’t go off on time, so you’re late to work. An unexpected project bumps your lunchtime workout, and you realize you have no idea what to make for dinner....

 

How to be happy

America was founded on the right to pursue it. The Dalai Lama says seeking it is our life’s purpose. It is in high demand — yet the basis for happiness remains elusive. Psychologists define it as...

 

Okahserò:ta Owennashón:’a

Tsi kenenhstón:ko osti’nón:wa nó:nen ne tsikenenhstón:ko tenhohén:rehte tho nikahá:wi enwá:ton ensewatken’sé:ra ne sew...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• The Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs held a meeting on Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 10 a.m. In attendance were Curtis Nelson and Charlie Patton for the Bears, Ernest David, Howard Thompson and...

 

The Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794

Continued from last week The actions of New York State, which continued to obtain Haudenosaunee lands through fraud and trickery, combined with the treaties forced on the confederate nations by the...

 

Native Earth Environmental Youth Camp Northeast Region from HETF

On Tuesday August 10th, 2010 students, environmental officials, and educators from across the Haudenosaunee Confederacy gathered at the St. Regis...

 

Going to School Parents’ Separation Pangs

Trust Your Child “It’s very hard to send your child off to school and not know what happens to him, but you can’t monitor your child’s entire school day. We only know about 5-30 percent of...

 

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