Articles from the July 28, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 28, 2011

Tribe responds to opening of gaming facility

With the soft opening of the Three Feathers Casino over the weekend the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe issued a press release clearly outlying the distinction between the NYS licensed Akwesasne Mohawk...

 
 By Benjamin Herne    News    July 28, 2011

AMC Hosts 9th Annual Ironworkers Competition

WOW! What a wonderful event this past weekend with the 9th Annual Ironworkers Festival. Although the weather was a little warm, we could not have aske...

 

Tribe Announces Additional Resources for Akwesasne Housing

The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe will be partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Wednesday July 27, 2011 at 1:30 pm in the Training Center at the Akwesasne Housing Authority. The...

 

Crooked Arrows

This underdog sports movie, which features a Native American high school team’s unlikely run to the prep school lacrosse league championship, stars Br...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 28, 2011

Akwesasne Freedom School kicks off the school year with Online Quilt Auction

The Akwesasne Freedom School (AFS) is holding their first ever online quilt auction weeks before their major fundraiser of the year the Annual Dinner...

 

Lucille “Lucy” Ward

AKWESASNE- Lucille “Lucy” Ward, age 59, of 92 Christine Lane, passed away Saturday morning, July 23, 2011 at her home surrounded by her loving family...

 

Martha Terrance

AKWESASNE – Mrs. Martha Terrance, age 78, of 80 Hollenbeck Street, Rochester and Akwesasne, died late Monday evening, July 25, 2011 at the Highland Ho...

 

Bentley Christopher Rubado-Ryan

BRASHER IRON WORKS – Bently Christopher Rubado-Ryan, an infant son of Christopher L. Ryan and Bobby Jean Rubado, was stillborn on Sunday morning, July 24, 2011 at Alice Hyde Medical Center in M...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor: More than Troubled Waters in Akwesasne I have seen articles about the water from James W Ransom. Sorry but I could not finish one article that he wrote, but I see this continues...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the Editor: A response to the elected trustees of the Saint Regis tribal government from the Men’s Council - People of the Way of the Longhouse The banana wars of the early 20th Century s...

 

Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor: Mohawk Vision is conducting our second annual “Stuff The Bus” fundraiser to raise money for student’s school supplies. The purpose is to offset the cost of school attendance in t...

 

Guest Editorial

Indian Preference; it’s the law. By Harold Monteau The Tribal Human Resource Department (HR) of a Theoretical Tribe advertises in nation-wide media and on its website that the position of Chief J...

 

Niawen

Shekon Sewakwekon We would like to send a big niawenkowa for all the support that we received from our dear family and friends during Rakeniha`s,...

 

Niawen

Thank you from Gisela Herne To all of our friends, neighbors and family whose love and through their good deeds have expressed their sympathies at the time of my husband, Bill’s passing, I extend m...

 

Niawen

NIAWENKOWA I would like to send a BIG NIAWENKOWA to Darlene Benedict and Tara Skidders for finding and returning my credit card case. It fell out of my car at BMO, Kawehnoke. Jake and I searched our...

 

Niawen

Niawen Kowa to HAVFD, MCA Ambulance and Malone Haz Mat Indian Time staff would like everyone to know what a great fire department and ambulance crew we have in Akwesasne. This also extends to the...

 

Niawen

Indian Time will be printing a full list of charges in association with last weeks’ Police Blotter dealing with Project Cinderford. This list will appear in Vol. 29 Issue #31 of Indian Time N...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    July 28, 2011

Cleaning chemical incident at the Communication Building

The Hogansburg-Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department and MCA Ambulance Unit along with the Franklin County Hazmat team responded to a cleaning chemical incident at the Communications Building in...

 

Police Blotter

SECOND DEGREE FORGERY – An Akwesasne woman was arrested Tuesday, July 12 at the Massena Port of Entry when she allegedly forged a customs declaration. According to a New York State Police news release...

 

Ronathahon:ni & Hotinonhson:ni cultural group announce Friendship Days activities

The Ronathahon:ni & Hotinonhson:ni cultural Summer Theatre Arts & Dance program are on task in developing the summer participants into well rounded...

 

How Are Alcohol and Drugs Affecting Your Life?

A Self-Test For Teenagers YES NO 1. Do you use alcohol or other drugs to build self-confidence? 2. Do you ever drink or get high immediately after you have a problem at home or at school? 3. Have you...

 

EPA Takes Major Actions to Reduce Americans’ Risks from Mouse and Rat Poisons

To better protect children, pets and wildlife, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that it is moving to ban the sale to residential consumers of the most toxic rat and mouse...

 

Akenhnhà:ke Nikahá:wi – 2 Things you do in the summer

1. Akenhnhà:ke atsherón:nia Summer clothing 2. Wakátston ne na’tekanentshéhsa akià:tawi I am wearing a short sleeved shirt 3. Wakátston ne na’tekahsin...

 

The Fish

We turn our minds to all the Fish life in the water. They were instructed to cleanse and purify the water. They also give themselves to us as food. We...

 
 By Sesi King    Culture    July 28, 2011

A happy visit with Isabel McDonald

During the early mornings or sun-setting evening walks, you can pass by the beautiful and inviting home of one of Ahkwesahsne’s gentlest ladies on M...

 

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