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Articles from the August 5, 2010 edition

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 By Shannon Burns    News    August 5, 2010

CBSA not focused on returning to island

The Canada Border Services Agency is considering other options more so than the option to return to their abandoned Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island) port, according to the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder....

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    August 5, 2010

George Thorogood rocks Akwesasne stage

The aftermath was ugly, but Saturday was a night to remember for thousands who attended the George Thorogood & the Destroyers concert at the Akwesasne...

 

George Thorogood rocks Akwesasne stage - Part 2

Here are additional pictures....

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    August 5, 2010

Anti-oxy group warns drug dealers

The Akwesasne Eagle Watch remained committed this week to their efforts to combat prescription pill addiction in the community. Through community...

 

Tribal newsletter wins National Media Award

The Native American Journalists Association’s (NAJA) presented a national media award to the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe for its newsletter, SRMT...

 

Akwesasne Eagle Watch Niawenkowa!

Akwesasne Eagle Watch Niawenkowa! Sekon Akwesasronen, We would like to thank everyone for supporting Akwesasne Eagle Watch’s taco sale fundraiser.  Your support of our community is greatly...

 

Tribe stresses language preservation

Submitted by the SRMT Many tribes struggle with preserving traditional culture, values and language. In the past, school and church officials prohibit...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    August 5, 2010

Akwesasne Garden Club continues lovely garden party tradition

The Akwesasne Garden Club, a small group of flower-loving women, have been gardening together for several years now and every summer one member of...

 

Salmon River Central Principal’s List & Honor Roll

Final Marking Period GRADE 7 Breanna Griffin Samantha Macdonald Clair Russell GRADE 8 Abigail Kelly Kevin Pehush GRADE 9 Robert Gray Rylie Mainville Samantha Monette Kaitlyn Pickering Harvey Smith...

 

Local children’s charity gives $5000 to Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club

Dr. Rachel initiated a charity auction and garden party to be held in her backyard garden to raise funds to assist victims of the Tsunami. The aim of...

 

Health Information Kits headed to Indian Country

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), in an effort to better reach American Indian and Alaska Native communities, distributes special health information kits four times a year to hundreds of...

 

Bear’s Den to welcome Joanne Shenandoah and Nuwati Herbal Teas

Bear’s Den Gift Shop - Saturday, August 7th will mark the appearance of Joanne Shenandoah. From traditional ballads through Contemporary composition...

 

Seven Teachings to Health

Keeping your mind, body and spirit in healthy balance. Incorporating traditional Aboriginal philosophies - bravery, honesty, love, humility, wisdom, truth and respect - helps to keep the body, mind...

 

BPA-free tips

The additive ubiquitous in hard plastics has been catching a lot of flack lately. And rightfully so. Bisphenol A (BPA) — a known endocrine disruptor — has been linked to reproductive disorders,...

 

Zen Stew

Serves 4 / This soup delivers live probiotics through miso, plus valuable minerals from nori, a dried seaweed. Ingredient tips: Ramps, or very young leeks, are one of spring’s first green foods; if...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• The Haudenosaunee Confederacy have three meetings scheduled for August 6, 7 and 9th. -August 6: Haudenosaunee Documentation Committee meeting in Six Nations at 10:00 a.m. -August 7: Regular...

 

The Dish with One Spoon

In the Great Law of Peace, it is stated that: It will turn out well for us to do this: we will say, ‘We promise to have only one dish among us; in...

 

Cultural Summer Session openings

The cultural summer session hosted by Hotinonhson:ni Cultural Youth Group & Ronathahon:ni Cultural Center has a vast of participation on various days throughout the week, we still have room for more...

 

Enchanted Garden nominated for three NAMMYS

“Enchanted Garden” a new recording by Joanne Shenandoah and Sheila Applegate has received three Native American Music Awards nominations: Best Artist: Joanne Shenandoah Best New Age Album:...

 

Scholarships awarded to college-bound teens

The Mohawk Education Committee has a long tradition of awarding scholarships to the top two Native American students from both Salmon River and...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    August 5, 2010

Students receiving cultural crash course at Title VII Summer Program

Twenty-five Akwesasne youth are spending two weeks this summer receiving interactive, in-depth lessons on the history of the Mohawk people and the...

 

Wild Parsnip: Dangerous?

Someone mentioned that they were allergic to parsnip. What? Parsnip…what is that? Oh it’s all over the place around here. So I had to look it up a...

 

Blast from the Past

Does anyone know these fellows or where it was taken? Carl Jock might be one of them. Please contact Indian Time if you have information about this...

 

We Love Visitors!

Indian Time is lucky to receive many visitors every week. Whether it’s a parent bringing in a new baby for a photograph or an elder who wants us to...

 

It’s a Girl!

Name: Embry Alexis Skidders Born: May 8, 2010 Time: 8:10am Weight: 4 lbs. 9.5 ozs. Length: 17 inches Parents: Robyn Terrance and Trevor Skidders...

 

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