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Articles from the July 14, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 14, 2011

Grand Opening of Sunrise Acres

“This project has been one of our greatest bright ideas yet,” said Akwesasne Housing Authority Executive Director Retha Herne. “This has been a...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 14, 2011

Iroquois Passport woes continue

The topic of Iroquois Passports being listed as a ‘fantasy’ document has once again reached the headlines of the National spotlight. The last time this topic reached this magnitude was in relation...

 

Fed Permit issued to Jacobs Tobacco

Ronald B. Turk, Special Agent in Charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) New York Field Division and Thomas Crone, Assistant Administrator for Field Operations for the...

 

Lacrosse played on the White House lawn highlighting the Let’s Move! in Indian Country Initiative

WASHINGTON –– The White House hosted its first-ever lacrosse clinic today on the South Lawn featuring some of the nation’s best lacrosse...

 

William George Oakes

AKWESASNE – Mr. William George Oakes, age 66, of 68 James E. Lazore Memorial Road, peacefully passed away early Friday morning, July 8, 2011 at...

 

Stanley “Bo” Ouimet

HOGANSBURG – Mr. Stanley “Bo” Ouimet, 76 of 162 Helena Road and 2225 Abbottswoods Lane, Orange City, Florida, passed away on Friday afternoon,...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor: I just received an email from a cousin of mine, who works as a lawyer for the Washoe Tribal Government in California. She is coming to the reservation to visit family and was...

 

In Memory

In Memory...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor: She:kon. I am writing to take note of the recent Indian Time article, “United States Claims Underlying Title to Islands.” This information was made available to readers...

 

Niawen

NIAWEN KOWA To everyone who participated in and attended the benefit dance that took place July 3rd at the Brasshorse for the Cook families who lost everything in a house fire, I would like to...

 

Niawen

Letter to the Editor: Nia:wen to Indian Time for the recent article on plans for a new museum, archive and library facility for Akwesasne! The intent of the work was described very well and I hope...

 
 By Nancy Jacobs    News    July 14, 2011

Summer Theater Arts program in 3rd year

Ronathahon:ni and  Hotinonhson:ni cultural youth group Summer Theater Arts program is in their second week, and all of the participants are very...

 

Police Blotter

BREACH OF RECOGNIZANCE – Ryan Oakes, 30, of Hogansburg New York was arrested on the 08th of July, 2011 while entering Canada through the Cornwall point of entry. The male was bound by a...

 

Rosalie Jacobs Pleads Guilty To Structuring $2,634,189.55 in Currency Transactions

Richard S. Hartunian, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, announces that Rosalie Jacobs, age 62, Hogansburg, New York, pled guilty today in U.S. District Court in Utica to...

 

Niawen

Niawen, The Akwesasne Lacrosse Hall of Fame (ALHF) Board Members in partnership with the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Community Partnership would like to thank all the Hole Sponsors for the 5th Annual Golf...

 

Home and Garden Tips

Reduce your use of hazardous household products by choosing safer, less-toxic products. Avoid household products with hazardous ingredients, or handle them with extreme care. Many toxic ingredients in...

 

HONOURING OUR WATERS

JULY 18-21, 2011 Comfort Inn & Suites 229 Great Northern Road Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario First Nation Leadership are invited to participate in furthering the work of the “2004 Tribal and First...

 

Poison Sumac

What does the poison sumac plant look like? •Grows in boggy areas, especially in the Southeast •Rangy shrub up to 15 feet tall •Seven to 13 smoo...

 
 By Chaz Kader    News    July 14, 2011

Town of Thompson Meeting in Sullivan County Attended by Akwesasronon

Members of the Kanienkehaka community at Akwesasne recently attended a closed-session meeting held in Sullivan County, sponsored by the Town of...

 

Teiontatshensehstáhkhwa Aowenna’shón:’a -2 Baseball Words Part 2

30. Ónhka iehwa’ékhe? Who is going to bat? 31. Rahwá:’eks He is batting 32. Iehwá:’eks She is batting 33. Khwá:’eks I am batting 34. Í:se kiokierenhtáhkwen tésta’n You will be the...

 
 By James Ransom    Culture    July 14, 2011

The Waters

Why the CCP Didn’t work for the Mohawks of Akwesasne As has been mentioned earlier, the Kaswentha or Two-Row Wampum Belt recognized that two distinct societies, the Haudenosaunee, in our canoe, and...

 
 By Sesi King    Culture    July 14, 2011

A Visit with Barney Rourke

“A man without a country, let’s put it that way”, said Barney Rourke during a very interesting visit with him and his wife Viola at their homestead on St. Regis Road near the “S” curve....

 

Haudenosaunee News

• Mohawk Nation Bear Clan meeting is schedule for this Saturday, July 16 at 9 a.m. • Participants with the Peacemakers Journey traveled to the Akwesasne territory on Monday, July 11th. 20...

 

News from around the Nations

Deer Lake First Nation, Ontario, Canada On July 7 the following information was released - Forest fires are burning out of control 3.5 kilometres from Deer Lake, a remote northwest First Nations...

 

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