Articles from the July 16, 2009 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 32



 By Shannon Burns    News    July 16, 2009

Six weeks later, bridge reopens

After 42 days, the border crossing at Cornwall, Cornwall Island and Massena/Rooseveltown fully reopened to traffic Monday morning. However, many...

 

Search on for missing 32-year-old

Akwesasne emergency workers and volunteers are currently conducting a search for a missing Akwesasne man. Michael David, 32, was last seen on Monday at 4 p.m. and was reported missing six hours later...

 

Brass Horse wins for Best Chicken Wings!

The Brass Horse Pizzeria’s chicken wings with house sauce were the winners of a chicken wing contest Saturday at the 7th Annual Ironworker’s...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    July 16, 2009

Tradition lives on at 7th Annual Ironworkers Festival

Akwesasne’s long tradition of living and working the ironworker’s life is alive and well, and each year the annual Ironworker’s Festival...

 

Nancy A. Comins

Mrs. Nancy A. Comins, age 88, of 971 State Route 37, Hogansburg, peacefully passed away on Wednesday, July 8, 2009 afternoon at Tsiionkwanonso:te Chro...

 

In loving memory of Robert Herne

In loving memory of Robert Herne March 10, 1933 to July 16, 2008 “Husband, Father, Grandfather, & Great Grandfather.” God saw you were getting...

 

A Chronology of Eleazer Williams

Born: May, 1788 Lake George, NY Father: Thomas Williams Te-hon-ra-gwa-ne-gen Grandmother: Eunice Williams of Deerfield, MA captured in a raid by the Mohawks in 1704 Mother: Mary Ann Rice Kon-wa-te-wen...

 

Letter to the editor

Kyle Thompson, is the son of Les and Elaine Thompson. Kyle goes to Syracuse University and has been accepted to study abroad in Florence, Italy for this fall semester. This is a once in a lifetime...

 

Stop Teenage Drinking

Stop Teenage Drinking Summer is finally here! For many teens this means they are free to enjoy more time with friends swimming in the pool and enjoying many other activities. It is a time of more...

 

Thank you

Thank you, Thank you to everyone who supported Andria in her battle with cancer on July 9th.  We held a silent auction at Kanonkwatseriio and it was a great success!  It helped to raised $3000...

 

Thank you

Thank you, Catherine Cook would like to thank all of her family and friends who joined her in celebrating her 89th birthday on Sunday July 5th at the Snye Rec. Thank you for all the marvelous gifts...

 

Niawen Ko:wa

Niawen Ko:wa The staff of the Akwesasne Mohawk Ambulance would like to say Niawen Ko:wa Lois Terrance for all that she has done over the past three years. The ambulance service and Akwesasne are...

 

Niawen

Niawen Niawen to Everyone that helped and supported me on my journey to Arizona I had a great time learning about Alternative Building Materials as...

 

Thank you

Thank You, everyone for helping Sarah David celebrate her 95th birthday. Sarah celebrated with a lot of friends and children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Sarah was real...

 

Champion horse living with diabetes to make Akwesasne appearance

Buccaneer is a 20-year-old horse who has been living with diabetes for the last five years. He cannot eat grass, grain or grapes, his favorite fruit....

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    July 16, 2009

Quiznos shuts down Akwesasne location

Customers heading to the First Americans IGA for a toasty Quiznos sub in the past two weeks were deeply disappointed: The franchise is gone from the s...

 

Fort Covington Dam being removed

Fort Covington, NY – A major river restoration project in the state of New York is underway this week, with the removal of the outdated and unsafe Fort Covington Dam on the Salmon River, a...

 

Tribe water tower

The SRMT Planning and Infrastructure Department has retained R.M. Lill, Inc. to perform painting work on the Tribe’s elevated water tower from now until the end of July.     Please be aware of...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    July 16, 2009

Akwesasne Employment Resource Center opens

As most adults know, searching for a job can be stressful, frustrating, and disappointing. However, Akwesasne job seekers in the community now have a...

 

Iroquois Lacrosse Program

(Thursday April 2, 2008 – Six Nations of the Grand River) - Cam Bomberry, Director of Lacrosse and Kevin Sandy, Director of Operations are pleased to announce that Iroquois Lacrosse has a range of...

 

Native American¹s DNA possible link to ancient peoples of the Holy Land

You are invited to attend a very special and important presentation by DNA researcher, Rod Meldrum at the Wolfclan Restaurant Motel Banquet Center. He will share the newest DNA research and...

 

The Leech A parasite, bait, and a medical miracle

Live and imitation leeches are one of the best all-round bait for freshwater game fish, including trout. Live leeches are also environmentally...

 

Okariahtà:ne Oká:ra

Òn:wa io’karahtsherá:te, Okarihstiiáhne ià:ia’k iawén:re shískare Ohiarihkó:wa, ion’wé:sen tsi niio’taríhen ne átste néktsi teiotenonhianíhton iokária. Wísk niwáhsen nihá:ti ok...

 

Why We Have Mosquitoes

From Legends of the Iroquois by Tehanetorens (Ray Fadden) The old Iroquois Indians used to tell this story to the children: Many winters in the past,...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019