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Articles from the June 3, 2010 edition

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 By Mary La France    News    June 3, 2010

Akwesasne engulfed in smoke

Akwesasne woke up shrouded in a blanket of smoke on May 31 leaving residents with the question, where is it coming from? The smoke is said to have come from a myriad of forest fires that developed in...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    June 3, 2010

Final “Meet the Candidates” event held for tribal nominees

The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe announced the official list of candidates who will appear on the ballots this Saturday for the chief and sub-chief...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    June 3, 2010

Tree planted in memory of Katsitsientha Barnes at SRMS

The St. Regis Mohawk School spent Wednesday morning honoring and remembering two little girls who died 19 years apart while students at SRMS....

 

CBSA replacing booth, delays expected

The Canada Border Services Agency will be replacing a Primary Inspection Booth at the interim Port of Entry in the City of Cornwall during the evening hours of June 3, 2010. As a result, travelers...

 

Happy Father’s Day poems

Happy Father’s Day poems In loving memory of Douglas Thompson on Father’s day You never said I’m leaving You never said goodbye You were gone...

 

IN LOVING MEMROY OF OUR PRINCESS, KYLEIGH

JUNE 7, 2008 - JUNE 7, 2010 IN LOVING MEMROY OF OUR PRINCESS, KYLEIGH A garden of beautiful memories Sprayed with a million tears We miss you so...

 

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor; Shekon Sewakwekon Akwesasronon. My name is Ken Jock and I am asking for your support to elect Jennifer StandingArrow as Tribal Sub Chief this June 5th, 2010. I have been with Jen...

 

Niawen

On behalf of the AMBE Parent Committee we would like to thank the community for supporting our annual fundraiser. The winners of this years Raffle were: 1st Place HP Pavillion Laptop & Printer -...

 

Niawenko:wa

Niawenkowa to all who donated and all who came to shop at the Yard Sale on May 29 on the corner of State Road and Tarbell Road.  The event was held to raise money for the future Diabetes Center of...

 

Niawen Kowa

Niawen Kowa Lisa Swamp and her staff would like to extend a huge “Niawen Kowa” to everyone who stopped in and purchased something from this new...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    June 3, 2010

Border Crisis: One year later

On June 1, 2009 Akwesasne entered crisis mode as a result of a politically charged battle between the Mohawks of Akwesasne and the Canada Border...

 
 By Mary La France    News    June 3, 2010

Akwesasne Freedom School’s Fun Day Relay

The Akwesasne Freedom School celebrated a fun day on May 28 with games and relays throughout the day. The students had been training every morning...

 
 By Mary La France    News    June 3, 2010

Got Grass?

Have you been thinking about sprucing up the lawn this summer? Then Grow-It Hydro Seeding has the fast, easy and cost effective solution to a beautifu...

 

Beginning With Books Swimming Party

On Monday the Beginning With Books program ended their year long sessions with a pool party. The children and caregivers had a great time in the pool. A story time and plenty of snacks were enjoyed...

 
 By Mary La France    News    June 3, 2010

Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week

May 23 to 29 was Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Awareness week for sixteen states in the Northeast including New York and 2 provinces Ontario and Quebec....

 
 By Mary La France    News    June 3, 2010

Akwesasne Boys and Girls Club held a Hawaiian open house

The Akwesasne Boys and Girls Club are now accepting applications for summer and on May 24 they welcomed families and community members to come...

 
 By Sesi King    News    June 3, 2010

Sixth grade classes complete projects for graduation

The 6th grade students at the St. Regis Mohawk School had been busy sewing and completing their medicine pouches at school.  They learned about the...

 

Message to graduating students and their families

The Wholistic Health and Wellness Program would like to congratulate all graduating students from high school and college. We know that it’s a time to cerebrate your achievements. We wish you ALL A...

 

Raspberry Scone

1 ½ cups brown rice flour or sorghum flour (I used 1 cup brown rice flour + 1/2 cup sorghum flour) ½ cup tapioca flour 1 tablespoon baking powder...

 

Ratiiénthos

Áhsen nihá:ti kahwá:tsire ratiià:tare. Ronwa’níha tánon tekeniiáhse, shakoien’okón:’a ratiiénthos, kakwitè:ne nikahá:wi, kahéhtakon...

 

The Covenant Chain

CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK This last exchange illustrates another aspect of “council language”: to respond to an issue that might have been...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• The Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs met on Sunday, May 30, 2010, for a regular council meeting. The meeting started with the Ohenton Karihwatekwen. The first item on the agenda was the report...

 

Calypso Theme Waterpark opens Monday

The long-anticipated opening of the Calypso Theme Waterpark will take place this Monday, June 7. Located off the Highway 417 in Limoges, Ontario, (near Casselman) the park will become Akwesasne’s cl...

 

Blast from the Past

We found this photo in the Indian Time archives. We are not sure what year it was taken, but the caption on the back reads: Left-right: Chief Lloyd...

 

Akwesasne celebrates Memorial Day with annual parade

Route 37 in Akwesasne was filled with people, vendors and excitement Sunday afternoon as families came out to celebrate Memorial Day by watching or...

 

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