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Articles from the June 30, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

Diabetes Center for Excellence becoming a reality

It was an exciting afternoon as staff of the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Let’s Get Healthy Program and Mohawk Healthy Heart Project gathered to sha...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

Bear sighted in Akwesasne

Rumors began swirling on Facebook Tuesday of a bear sighting in Akwesasne. Descriptions of a mother black bear traveling with her cub, who is reportedly 4-feet-tall, made its way onto the popular soci...

 
 By James Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

U.S. Claims Underlying title to Islands on Behalf of Mohawks

James Cooney, United States Department of Justice, threw the State of New York for a loop at the June 16, 2011 land claim hearing in Albany when he asserted that underlying title to Barnhart, Baxter,...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

Cook family loses possessions in house fire

Having a baby is a joyous occasion, but while out with family shopping in Massena Karissa Cook received a phone call that would devastate her entire family. The four-bedroom ranch-styled home that she...

 

Richard Homer Oakes Jr. “Lil Dickie”

Richard Homer Oakes Jr, “Lil’ Dickie,” Wahakennhoten, age 18, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, on Monday, June 27,...

 

In Memory

Race Car Driver The love of racing is in your blood, The rush you get is what you love. Always there to win and place, Always starting at a lightening pace. Never a loser you are to me, Always a...

 

In Memory

In Memory...

 

Niawen

THANK YOU FOR BENEFIT SPAGHETTI DINNER HELD AT BRASSHORSE LOUNGE A benefit to assist Ronnie Jacobs Jr. was held on Friday, June 24 to help Little...

 

Niawen

Thank you, When you heard our Baba and husband had gone to a better world, you our family, neighbors and friends were there to console us. To all who...

 

Niawen

Thank You I would like to say thank you to my family for helping out at my 2nd benefit. My sons had a Stanley-Cup board to sell to help me out. I would like to thank everyone that purchased squares....

 

Letter to the editor:

Message to graduating students and their families The Wholistic Health and Wellness Program would like to congratulate all graduating students from high school and colleges. We know that it’s a...

 

Switching Drugs

Solutions to drug addictions are continuously evolving. The growing number of treatment centers, detox facilities, and addiction medications reinforce the ability to achieve recovery. The...

 

Haudenosaunee News

• The Mohawk Nation Council leadership met with the CBSA Liaison, James D. Marchand on Thursday at 9:30am. Mr. Marchand introduced himself and explained what his duties and responsibilities would...

 

News from around the Nations

Nanatsiavut Inuit, Zoar, Labrador, Canada The remains of 22 Inuit that had been taken from marked graves over 80-years ago were repatriated to their former site at a Moravian mission site. The...

 

Tewatsirókwas The Firefly

1. Tsi ia’tewatshéntho At sunset 2. Ken’niiaká:’a tewatshirókwas wa’akennákerate. A little firefly was born 3. Wa’te...

 
 By James Ransom    Culture    June 30, 2011

The Waters

The Lewiston Reservoir In 1950, the United States and Canada signed the International Niagara River Treaty to promote the hydroelectric potential of the river. Eleven years later, in 1961, when the...

 
 By Sesi King    News    June 30, 2011

6th grade Moving Up Day at Jefferson Elementary School

Blake Lazore with teacher Mr. Sienkovich. Blake earned 5 awards: English Language Arts Student of the Year, Math Student of the Year, Overall...

 
 By Sesi King    News    June 30, 2011

Graduation from the St. Regis Mohawk School

The St. Regis Mohawk School Graduation was on June 17, 2011. It was a beautiful breezy day when no other could have been more perfect for these...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

MCHS graduates 182 students

Massena Central High School held their graduation ceremony this past Saturday afternoon in their high school gymnasium. The ceremony began with the...

 

Salmon River Central School CLASS OF 2011

1. Stevie Ray Adams 2. Storm Adams 3. Rakenhoktha Barnes 4. Jessica Beach 5. Theresa Benedict 6. William Benko 7. Brittany Bigness 8. Stephanie...

 
 By Sesi King    Culture    June 30, 2011

A span of 50 years of marriage strengthens love – congratulations!

Fifty years ago on the very hot day of July 1, 1961 a sacred unity occurred between Elizabeth Jackson and Mitchell Sunday. This couple is one of...

 

Aboriginal Day was FUN Day in Kana:takon

The St. Regis Recreation in Kana:takon celebrated Aboriginal Day and the first day of summer on June 21 with a community Fun Day that was free and...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    June 30, 2011

Child Safety Awareness Day at HAVFD

Our peoples’ most important resource is our children; this is a fundamental concept that has been taught by our people as we look to protect our...

 

Aboriginal Summer Solstice Arts Festival

The Hotinonhson:ni cultural youth group Karlee Thompson, Chanel Thompson, Kawisenhawi Sharrow, Tianna Back, Fawn Jacobs, Gavin Jacobs, Kyla thompson,...

 

Pete Seeger/Joanne Shenandoah Pay Homage to Ray Fadden-Tehanetorens at Clearwater

Folksinger and environment protector Pete Seeger, 92, joined Oneida performer Joanne Shenandoah to pay homage to the late Ray Fadden-Tehanetorens as...

 

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