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Four Women Face Drug Possession Charges

Saturday, August 14, 2021 - 9:55 am On Friday night, New York State Police said they charged four women with drug possession. All four subjects were cited and released. According to police the four...

 

Ionkwahronkha'onhátie' and AFS team up for Orón:to Entewathonión"ni – Dugout Canoe Making

Ionkwahronkha'onhátie' (we are becoming fluent) and the Akwesasne Freedom School started the arduous project of building a canoe of a white pine...

 

MCA Environment Program Shoreline Cleanup

MCA Environment Program staff and community members gathered on Saturday, August 14, 2021 to clean the shoreline along the St. Lawrence River in...

 

Akwesasronon to take part in the "Walk for Joe"

With the generous support of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and the Indian Way Longhouse, a group of Akwesasronon will take part in the “Walk for Joe”. The three-day event commemorates the life...

 

ANNETTE A. ARMSTRONG

HOGANSBURG- Annette A. Armstrong, 80, of 430 St. Regis Road passed away on Sunday morning, August 15, 2021 at the Massena Hospital. Annette was born... Full story

 

Maxinne Jacobs Benitez

Maxinne Jacobs Benitez of Tucson, Arizona died on August 14, 2021 at the Oro Valley Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona. Maxinne was born March 21,... Full story

 

CHARLES J. JACOBS

AKWESASNE - Charles J. Jacobs, 88, of State Route 37, passed away on Monday August 16, 2021 at University of Vermont Medical Center. Charles was born... Full story

 

MCA Department of Health Welcomes Mavis Williamson as New Jordan's Principle Program Manager

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne's Department of Health (DOH) would like to extend a welcome to Jordan's Principle Program Manager, Mavis Williamson....

 

5 Big Findings from the IPCC's 2021 Climate Report – World Resources Institute

By Kelly Levin, David Waskow and Rhys Gerholdt. Only with ambitious emissions cuts can the world keep global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees C, the...

 

AKWESASNE MEMBERSHIP BOARD BY-ELECTION

Nominations were held on Saturday, July 24 for the Akwesasne Membership Board in the districts of Kawehno:ke and Tsi Snaihne. August 9, 2021 OFFICIAL RESULTS; District of Kawehnoke 4-year term:...

 

PICEI presents FREE "MOVIES UNDER THE STARS"

In collaboration with Brasher Township, PICEI presents free “MOVIES UNDER THE STARS” at the Brasher Municipal Building 11 Factory Street, Brasher Falls 13613 on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at dusk...

 

THANK YOU

Thank you to all my friends and relatives for my 82nd birthday party. Great food and lots of good stories. Special thanks to Stacey Skidders for organizing it all. So good to see you all again. Wayne...

 

In Accordance with Recent CDC Guidance SLCPH Recommends All Persons Wear a Mask While Indoors

Canton, NY. As our communities continue to experience a significant rise in positive COVID-19 cases, St. Lawrence County has moved quickly from a designation of moderate to high transmission in less...

 

Garlic Parmesan Zucchini and Tomato Bake

Servings 4-6people Prep Time 15-20minutes Cook Time 35minutes Passive Time 50-55minutes Ingredients: 1 onion(s)large, finely chopped 2 large zucchini...

 

2021-2022 Welcome Back to School

August 12, 2021 Shekon AMBE Families, Welcome back! We hope that everyone enjoyed a wonderful summer. We’re very excited to be welcoming our students back for the 2021-2022 school year. We are...

 

SRMT EOC Reports 0 New COVID-19 Case, 12 Total Active

08.18. 21 AKWESASNE – The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Emergency Operations Center and Health Services is reporting zero (0) new cases of COVID-19 in the southern portion of Akwesasne. Zero (0) indi...

 

Stay Safe when Enjoying the Outdoors

Hiking: Pre-trip planning should reflect your physical abilities and experience – don’t overexert yourself or embark on an adventure that is beyond your physical capabilities or outdoor skills....

 

The new figures offered the most detailed portrait yet of how the country is more racially diverse since 2010

By Indian Country Today. Reprinted with permission. The growth in the American Indian and Alaska Native population in the last decade contributes to the country’s portrait of being much more...

 

TRADITIONAL NATIVE CORN & FOOD

Continued from last week Reprinted from Kakhwakon Cookbook-Recipes, produced by Mohawk Indian Housing Corporation. ASH WATER Put 14 quarts of water in a canner pot of 21-quart size, 2/3 full. The...

 

Tsi Ní:ioht Enkató:ri Ne Kà:sere-3

56. Tekhenréhstha I am beeping the horn 57. Kkwatákwas I am fixing it (example: mirror, seat) 58. Khará:tats tsi niio'taríhen...

 

Kyle Williams – Kahnawake exhibits his artwork at Montreal's Art Mûr gallery

The Art Mûr is dedicating a permanent space for Indigenous art and the first artist to exhibit their work is Kahnawake Mohawk Kyle Williams. His...

 

Yet another leader of self-described Indigenous group faces fraud charges

Following a six-month investigation into an organization purporting to represent Indigenous people, notably in matters of taxation and hunting rights...

 

'Rights of nature' lawsuits hit a sweet spot

By Mary Annette Pember. Reprinted with permission from Indian Country Today It’s all about strategy and timing in Indian Country, especially in the legal system. Shortly after a groundbreaking...

 

Fall Color Conspiracy

Paul Hetzler Conspiracy hypotheses, or theories as we like to call them, since “hypotheses” cannot be uttered without a lisp, seem to multiply unfettered these days, so I feel awkward birthing...

 

Latest IPCC Report Is 'Code Red for Humanity'

By Olivia Rosane. Reprinted with permission from Ecowatch. The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is out, and it offers an urgent call to act immediately on the...

 

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