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Articles from the June 11, 2009 edition

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 By Shannon Burns    News    June 11, 2009

Border crisis continues; No resolution in sight

Ten days after Canada Border Services Agency guards abandoned their post on Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island) leading to police closure of the border...

 

Children speak out on border crisis

Within Kaianerenhsera’ko:wa, also known as the Great Law of Peace, we are told that every person has a voice in which to express their opinion on issues facing the people. From the eldest person dow...

 

Border Crisis: Updates from MCA

Throughout the past week and a half, the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne has prepared regular updates on the ongoing border crisis. The updates began as...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    June 11, 2009

Tribe elects Garrow,Adams and Jacco

The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe held their annual tribal election Saturday to elect one chief, one sub-chief and one tribal clerk. In the race for chief, t...

 

Grace Day turns 100

The staff of Indian Time would like to wish a community member a very happy 100th birthday. Grace Day will celebrate a century of life this week....

 

Douglas Thompson Sr. NAHSATEHKEN

Douglas John Francis Thompson Sr., age 66, of 35 Wishe Delormier Road, Akwesasne, passed away on Monday, June 8, 2009 at the Cornwall Community...

 

Donald D. Cook

In Memory Donald D. Cook Gone 3 years on June 11, 2006 Dad, I miss you so much Each and every day Things aren’t the same And never will be We keep...

 

Niawen Kowa

Niawen Kowa On behalf of the AMBE Parent Committee we would like to Thank all the students who sold tickets in our Annual AMBE School Activity Raffle and to all the Community Members who purchased...

 

Thank You,

Thank You, Thank you to all who were so helpful at the time of the loss of our sister, Melissa Back. Our heartfelt thanks to the Mohawk Council Ambulance, the staff at the Alice Hyde Medical Center...

 

Thank You

A big Niawen:kowa goes out to everyone who came out to support me on May 30th at Trivia Night Fundraising Event. Thank you to Sheila Loran and Cedarview for allowing us to hold our fundraiser there....

 

Letter to the editor:

Letter to the editor: I want to let the community of Akwesasne know that i am working on my second book with Publishamerica and it’s called My Poetry of My Songs. It was supposed to come out this...

 

Your Junk.... Our Treasure

Your Junk.... Our Treasure The Residents of Tsiionkwanonhso:te would like to garden using ‘raised’ garden beds. The raised garden beds are containers of assorted sizes, uses and materials. For...

 

Missing Person

NAME:            DITCHBURN, Terisa...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    June 11, 2009

Environment Division teaches third-graders about mussels

All third grade students from the St. Regis Mohawk School and Salmon River Central took a field trip Wednesday to the Hogansburg-Akwesasne Volunteer...

 

This Should Have Never Happened...

This Should Have Never Happened......

 

1st graders put on ocean play

Parents piled into on of Salmon River’s first grade classrooms Wednesday morning where they were treated to an ocean-themed play. Students were...

 

Akwesasne Museum Class

Akwesasne Museum Class...

 

Tom Porter honored at Trent University

Trent University rececently honored Mohawk Tom Porter with the honorary Doctor of Laws degree. The Peterborough school recognized Mr. Porter for his...

 

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...

 

Cattails, Mother Earth’s grocery store

The cattail is a very important wild plant. It is readily found, and it has a variety of uses that can be used at different times of the year. A...

 

Tsi nikanenhò:ten Describing Seeds

1. Kanenhí:io A nice seed 2. Kanenháksen An ugly seed 3. Kanenhaná:wen Wet seed 4. Ionenhastáthen Dry seed 5. Ionenhaká:ion Old seed 6. Kanenhasé’tsi New seed 7. Kanenhaké:ron Scattered...

 

TRADITIONAL NATIVE CORN & FOOD

Continued from last week Reprinted from Kakhwakon Cookbook-Recipes, produced by Mohawk Indian Housing Corporation. ASH WATER Put 14 quarts of water in a canner pot of 21 quart size, 2/3 full. The cann...

 

1910 Lacrosse Team Taken at the Old Athlete Grounds in Cornwall

If you can you identify the missing players please contact Ron Thomas at 575-2891. Top row left to right: unknown, unknown, unknown, Louie White,...

 

IDENTIFIED

Men in carriage are Angus Cook (Solomon’s father) and brother Louie Cook (Donald’s father). Man standing (unknown), youg boy “Joe Mustard...

 

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