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Articles from the August 18, 2011 edition

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 By Kyrie Ransom    News    August 18, 2011

MCA makes progress on CBSA complaints

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne has been working for the past two years on a claim against the Canada Border Services Agency within the Canadian Human Rights Commission. The CHRC is an independent...

 

Akwesasne Dragonflies compete in Dragon Boat Races

For the second year in a row Akwesasne has participated in the Cornwall Waterfest Dragon Boat Races that started last year to benefit the Cornwall...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    August 18, 2011

GM-Powertrain hazardous waste dump disturbed

The Akwesasne community has been in debate the past week talking about the incident that occurred at the General Motors-Powertrain site last...

 
 By Sesi King    News    August 18, 2011

Summer Rain takes first place at the Malone Fair

Congratulations to a very nice young lady who was the 1st place winner at the Franklin County Fair Talent Competition held in Malone on Thursday, Augu...

 

Joseph J. Cook “Teho nen tat the”

AKWESASNE – Mr. Joseph J. Cook, age 81, of 133 Cook Road, passed Saturday morning, August 13, 2011 at Tsiionkwanonhso:te, Cornwall Island Long Term...

 

Julia A. Curleyhead

AKWESASNE – Mrs. Julia A.Curleyhead, age 90, of Tsiionkwanonso:te, Cornwall Island Long Term Care Facility, passed away on Friday evening, August...

 

Michael W. Cole

Michael Wallace Cole, of Ocala, Florida, and formerly of Akwesasne, died peacefully surrounded by his loving family at the Hospice of Marion County...

 

Deborah J. Rooks-Cook

OGLALA - Deborah “Debi” J. Rooks-Cook, age 59, passed away Friday, Aug. 5, 2011, at her home in Oglala. She was born on June 15, 1952, in Phoenix...

 

Niawen

Big Thank You To Doreen & Louie at Akwesasne Sports, Kimmie Terrance from Twin Leaf and Dave Mainville from Brass Horse. Thank you so much for sponsoring me on the Akwesasne Wolfs Team. Tim & Ted...

 

Niawen

Niawen:kowa to Greta Barnes for sending in your apple spice cake! We sure enjoyed your delicious treat. From all the Timekeepers...

 

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Salmon River Retiree, Beverly Griffin, is publishing a book entitled “And Then There Were Girls’ Sports: A Scrapbook dedicated to the past,...

 

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: The Madness of Life at Akwesasne Several incidents during this spring and summer are indicative of what now passes for “normalcy” at Akwesasne, the home to over 12,000...

 

Letter to the Editor

This letter was requested to be printed in its entirety but addresses for the addressee’s have been withheld. Letter to the Editor: TO: TONY LAUGHING, WARRIOR SOCIETY/MEN’S COUNCIL Attention:...

 

Letter to the Editor

She:kon, my name is Richard Sargent, and along with my of wife of 36 years, Elvera Angus-Sargent have lived in the so called “land claim” area of Ft. Covington for the past 20 years. For the past...

 

Letter to the Editor

Bikers vs. Cancer coverage Indian Time Newspaper will be providing full coverage of the Bikers vs. Cancer event in next weeks’ edition of the paper, which will hit the stands on August 25, 2011....

 

Police Blotter

CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE – Massena-based state police charged Bradley J. Giasson, 21, of Kahnawake, Que., with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance followi...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    August 18, 2011

Rock Out The Bus donates $7,500

Rock Out The Bus was held on Friday July 29th in the Brasshorse Grille/Truck Stop #9 area and was organized by Carrie Thompson, Sky Timmons,...

 

Facts and safety tips to avoid the risks of deadly lightning strikes

Lightning is caused by the attraction between positive and negative charges in the atmosphere, resulting in the buildup and discharge of electrical energy. This rapid heating and cooling of the air...

 

High Winds Cause Damage

This summer has had periods of very hot weather and also some days/nights with very high winds. The high winds caused havoc in some major cities and...

 

Enkate’rhotsherateweien’tónnion I will can a lot of string beans

1. Kate’rhotsherateweien’tónhsere I am going to can string beans 2. Sátken , í:iah ken thateiorí’on ne katshetashón:’a Examine jars to...

 

TSI SHONKWAIENTHO:WI TANON OHONTESHONAH IE SMALL PLANTS AND GRASSES

The Challenges facing the Small plants and Grasses The biggest challenge faced by the small plants and grasses is the ignorance of humans toward the natural world. Some of the most devastating...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    August 18, 2011

NNATC hosts 2011 Friendship Days

The Native North American Traveling College hosted the 2011 Friendship Days over the weekend in a first-ever two-day event on the Ronathahonni...

 
 By Denise A Raymo    News    August 18, 2011

Akwesasne Casino supervisor disciplined

AKWESASNE — A state gaming supervisor at Akwesasne Mohawk Casino faces disciplinary action for accepting gifts from patrons and selling Girl Scout cookies to employees. Edward Hawks, a supervising...

 
 By Kyrie Ransom    News    August 18, 2011

‘Bears! Bears! Bears!’ at the Akwesasne Library

The Akwesasne Library hosted their annual Summer Reading Program in three different sessions throughout this past summer. Three different teachers...

 
 By Sesi King    Culture    August 18, 2011

Charlotte Francis

Our featured elder this week lives in the village of Kana:takon.  She is Charlotte Francis who was born on November 2, 1926 on Yellow Island where...

 

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