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Articles from the July 21, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 21, 2011

AMPS enforcing the stop light on bridge

Reports have been circling the community of Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service Officers pulling over vehicles who fail to stop at the red light located on the southern span of the Three Nations Bridge...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 21, 2011

AAMB launches innovative youth program

The Akwesasne Area Management Board began their summer program last week with the help of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, Ontario Power Generation,...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    Sports    July 21, 2011

Soaring Eagles begins beach volleyball program

The weather was perfect as the Soaring Eagles beach volleyball organizers Kayla Skidders, Kuylynn Chaussi and Tommilee Thomas opened their weekly...

 

Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs respond to passport issue

As previously reported by Indian Time newspaper, a local community members’ passport was seized on June 18, 2011. Although the Canada Border Services Agency is unable to comment on specific...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor: The Indian Act Protects Indian Land From Land Speculators Ever since I was a young Indian boy on the Caughnawaga Indian Reservation located right beside Montreal, Canada’s...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor, I recently attended a presentation by Kanentiio on the War of 1812 at the Kanatakon Recreation Center, which I found to be enlightening and timely. Niawen to the speaker for his...

 
 By Glen Lazore    News    July 21, 2011

Canonization of Kateri Tekahkwi:tha by the American Orthodox Catholic Church

July 7th saw a small ceremony taking place at the Massena Springs Park in the presence of American Orthodox Catholic Church celebrants His holiness Je...

 

Project Cinderford leads to arrests in Akwesasne

Project Cinderford -- a joint forces investigation launched in December 2009 -- focused on the elimination, disruption and identification of individuals and organized crime groups involved in the...

 

My Life About Lacrosse

When I hold a lacrosse stick, and run at the same time during a game, I feel excited.  I feel this way because I’m playing our Confederacy’s...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 21, 2011

Women’s Reproductive Health Study adjusts guidelines

The Saint Regis Mohawk Health Services, in collaboration with the University of Albany, has been conducting a research project to study the impact of environmental contaminants and how they affect...

 

Identified!!

Students in our blast from the past photo from Vol. 29#26 dated June 30th has been identified (all but one)! Thank you to Angela Thompson. Seated...

 

ABGC gets new leadership

The Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club has been active in the community for ten years, with their building open to youth ages 6-20 for the past nine years....

 

Poison Oak

The first symptom of poisoning is a severe itching of the skin. Later, a red inflammation and a blistering of the skin occurs. In severe cases,...

 

Heat Warnings

Heat Stroke The next few days are going to be very hot and humid, which is very dangerous to specific groups of people. The elderly are specifically at risk. Others at risk are infants,...

 

Relationship Rules

Human beings crave intimacy, need to love and be loved. Yet people have much trouble doing so. It’s clear from the many letters I get that lots of folks have no idea what a healthy relationship even...

 

Akenhnhà:ke Nikahá:wi Summer Time Part 1

1. Ioráhkote It is sunny 2. Wenhniserí:io It is a nice day 3. Io’taríhen It is hot 4. Iawenhniserataríhen It is a hot day 5. Ioronhió:ron It...

 

Haudenosaunee News

• The Elders and Youth Gathering hosted by the Onondaga Nation Starts on Sunday, July 24th. This is a camp-out style with meals provided by the cooks. Please bring your eating utensils (bowls,...

 

News from around the Nations

Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek First Nation, Ontario, Canada The Honourable John Duncan, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, together with the Honourable Chris Bentley, Ontario...

 
 By James Ransom    Culture    July 21, 2011

The Waters

When the New York Power Author presented these proposals to the CCP Team, they also announced that they would, holding separate meetings with Mohawks to discuss the Mohawk issues, the summer of 1998,...

 
 By Sesi King    Culture    July 21, 2011

A visit with Margaret Ransom

Ninety-one years ago, September 26, 1920, a little girl was born at Christie’s Island on the St. Lawrence River within the territory of...

 

Blast from the Past

St. Regis Mohawk School Mrs. Layo’s - Pre-k Class 1972 Row 1: Paula Leroux, Nancy Niles, Kelly Jacobs, Kelly Gunderson, Christie Casey (Cissy...

 

Consumer Corner

Summer had arrived. We have had high temperatures for the past two weeks and the weather man states that this weather will continue for a while. With such beautiful weather people are going to the...

 

To All Tribal Employees from Tribal Council Regarding the Health Care Plan

To All Tribal Employees, Tribal Council regrets having to make the decision to require employees to pay a share of our health care costs. Tribal Council is also aware of misinformation floating around...

 
 By Deb Cook    News    July 21, 2011

Hot air balloons travel over Akwesasne

These hot air balloons were part of the Kinsmen Cornwall Lift-Off 2011 festival held July 14-17 in Lamoreaux Park, Cornwall. Word on the street is...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 21, 2011

Green Food Box program feeds Akwesasne

The trial run of the Green Food Box program from the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Community Health Nurses saw 169 participants purchase 246 bags of...

 

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