Articles from the September 29, 2011 edition

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Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Broadband Initiative Update

The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is currently working on a Broadband Initiative to build a fiber network on the US portion of the Akwesasne territory. Broadband research and project development began in...

 

Second International Meeting on Indigenous Women’s Health in Albuquerque

  Indigenous women’s ways of knowing must include best practices for health and wellness, according to those present at the Second International...

 

Tribe  Authorizes Allotment of Emergency Heating Assistance Applications Now Available

Akwesasne Mohawk Territory – The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe has implemented an emergency allotment of three hundred and fifty dollars ($350.00) to eligible households who complete an application and...

 

AMBE Swears-In new board members

The Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Board of Education held a swearing-in ceremony on Sept. 19 at the Kana:takon School with Carmella Jacobs serving as...

 

Richard Gordon Oakes

ROOSEVELTOWN – Mr. Richard Gordon Oakes, age 75, of Mohawk River Village, passed away on Friday evening, September 23, 2011 at Iakhihsohtha Lodge....

 

Wallace P. Jock

AKWESASNE - Mr. Wallace P. “Wally” Jock, 49, of 96 Snye Road, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday morning, September 28, 2011 at his home. Wally...

 

Niawen

The family of the Late Henry Shonorise Smoke would like to offer our most sincere thanks for the all the help and support that we received from...

 

Niawen

Nia:wen to everyone who attended my benefit golf tournament and played, donated, or came out for a good time. Also, Nia:wen to the winners of the tournament who have generously donated their winnings...

 

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor, All Tribal members need to ask themselves some big questions about the actions that Tribal Council has taken. That action being the purchase of a double wide home at $75,000 out...

 

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor, Louise McDonald, thank you for a beautiful letter. I’m sorry Arlene Baker twisted a Clanmothers words into something so ugly in her last letter. Anyone with love in their...

 

Police Blotter

STOLEN PROPERTY – Massena based state police charged Darren P. Bonaparte, 46, of St. Regis, Que., and Jacob J. Thompson, 20, also of St. Regis, Que., with second-degree criminal possession of a...

 

Oneidas of Ontario living off the land

Last year Indian Time reported on a group of entrepreneurs who brought back an old way of living off the land. This group located in Oneida, Ontario...

 

Nokie Edwards & Keith Secola To Be Inducted Into The NAMA Hall of Fame

Niagara Falls, NY. Over 200 special guest attendees and one dozen performers will be featured at the 13th Annual Native American Music Award Ceremonies (NAMA) to be held on Friday, October 7, 2011 at...

 
 By D OConnell    News    September 29, 2011

Tsi Snaihne School holds “Pajama Day”

The first spirit day at Tsi Snaihne School was “Pajama Day” on September 16, 2011. At Tsi Snaihne School creating a positive school community is...

 

MCA chiefs attend Quebec MP open house

Newly elected Quebec MP Anne Quach and her staff recently made a visit to Akwesasne where she toured the territory and had discussions with Akwesasne...

 

Community Notice

Community Notice: Michels Canada is pleased to announce that work has commenced for the St. Lawrence River Pipeline Crossing Replacement Project on...

 

Kanenna’kè:ne Nikahà:wi Fall Time Part 1

1. Kanenna’kè:ne Nikahà:wi owennashón:’a Fall time Words 2. Teiohkwatasehákie ne ohóntsia The earth is going around the sun 3....

 

The Animals

We gather our minds together to send greetings and thanks to all of the Animal life in the world. They have many things to teach us people. We see...

 

News From Around the Nations

Navajo Nation, New Mexico, United States The leadership of the Navajo Nation recently hosted a delegation from the Oneida Indian Nation as the two nations continue to develop a vision to unify Indian...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

• The initial Kariwiio Reading ended on Thursday, September 22nd in the Tonawanda Seneca nation. The readings started on Sunday, September 19th. There were delegates from each of the 6 nations, incl...

 

Blast from the Past

Everyone misses seeing these 2 characters in Hogansburg. Thank you to Irving Papineau for sharing this photo with our readers....

 

Iakokariio Clute, Age 4 – Akwesasne Freedom School Kindergarten

Kwah kenon:we’s tsi non:we kateweienhsta. Wakon’eskwani enwakio’ten, tanon’ atste enka’tswa’te. Khenoronhkwa ne ionkerihonnienni...

 

Just learning life's lessons

I have been told and have passed along the saying myself, “Don’t make plans when you have kids,” or is it, “You can’t make plans when you have little ones.” I’m not sure, all I know is...

 

Its a Girl!

Name: Avalee Jorja Ward Born: June, 12, 2011 at 10:42pm Weight: 7 lbs 10 oz. Length: 19 ½ inches Parents: Ashley Martin & Paul Ward Maternal...

 

Consumer Corner

They say “beauty is skin deep” and we, women, spend lots of money to keep the beauty. A beautiful complexion starts with a clean face. How do you get a nice clean face? With a facial scrub and a...

 

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