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Articles from the October 2, 2008 edition

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 By Shannon Burns    News    October 2, 2008

OPG and MCA to sign final settlement agreement

Following fifteen years of negotiations, the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and Ontario Power Generation will officially reach a settlement agreement today, Oct. 2, and representatives from OPG will form...

 

Teens found with 20 lbs of pot

Two Akwesasne teens were arrested last week after border patrol agents in the town of Hammond stopped their vehicle and subsequently discovered approximately 20 lbs. of marijuana. Aaron V. Adams, 17...

 

14th Annual Noah Thompson Memorial Fishing Derby

Akwesasne rivers were swarming with fishermen young and old this past weekend for the 14th Annual Noah Thompson Memorial Fishing Derby. Family...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 2, 2008

OfficeMax surprises local teacher with $1,100 in school supplies

On Oct. 1, one thousand teachers nationwide were surprised by teams of OfficeMax employees who came into their classroom with gifts galore. The...

 

Charles Edward Kader

Charles Edward Kader, of Pine Island Florida, formerly of Erie Pennsylvania, passed over on Sunday September 28, 2008 in Cape Coral, Florida where he was recuperating from a fall. He was born June...

 

Niawen ko:wa

Niawen ko:wa The family of Christie Arquette extends our warmest thanks to everyone who thought of us during the recent loss of our Mom and best friend. Whether you sat beside us and joined in our pra...

 

What a great community we live in.

What a great community we live in. I have always felt this way but I never realized how great it was until my recent illness. The generosity of our community is unbelievable. I would like to start by...

 

Thank You

Thank you to the friends and family of Lillian Herne for making the donations in her memory from the staff and management of the Akwesasne Mohawk Ambulance. Lois Terrance...

 

A salute to volunteers

A salute to volunteers In case anyone was wondering, I’m still shipping out care packages to the soldiers. It is only through the generosity and...

 

Erin Cook attends ROTC leadership development and assessment course

The leadership development and assessment course, commonly referred to as LDAC or Warrior Forge, is a 33-day camp, which the cadet attend at Ft....

 
 By D OConnell    News    October 2, 2008

Improving Our Character

The students and staff at Tsi Snaihne School are involved in a Character Education Program. Each month we will be learning about and practicing a...

 
 By Mamie David    News    October 2, 2008

The Moving Wall

The Moving Wall, a smaller scale portable replica of the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D. C., was on display from Sept. 25-29th at the High School in...

 
 By Robert Boyer    News    October 2, 2008

Students attend water festival at local college

On Wednesday, the 24th of September, grade 4 students from the Ahkwesahsne Mohawk School and the Tsi Snaihne School attended the Eastern Ontario...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 2, 2008

Iakhihsohtha welcomes new activity director

There’s a new but familiar face hanging around at the Iakhihsohtha Home for the Elderly in Tsi Snaihne (Snye) and she is already busy planning the...

 

Out for a Saturday drive

The Wildlife Fest was held in Massena on Saturday, September 27th. It’s a yearly event held at the Hawkins Point Visitors Center. There were...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 2, 2008

ABGC opens up computer lab to public

Though it’s known as the ‘positive place for kids,” the Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club in Rooseveltown is expanding its services and now community...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 2, 2008

Fire department plans final fan boat fundraiser

The Hogansburg-Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department will finish up fundraising efforts for a new fan boat in just a few weeks. They plan to hold a...

 
 By PICEI    News    October 2, 2008

PICEI group experiences NYC culture

It was an interesting journey to NYC on the Amtrak Line. The conductor treated the PICEI Members with VIP service on the way down to the Big Apple....

 

Ase’shón:’a Enhsatenontarón:ni Making Vegetable Soup

1. Onón:tara Soup 2. Ó:nenhste Corn 3. O’niónkseri Onions 4. Osahè:ta Dry beans 5. O’rhotsheri String beans 6. Onatsiakén:ra Rice 7. Kiononhkwatheroskó:wa Green peppers 8. Otsì:nekwar...

 

How to Have A Social Dance

Continued from last week Reprinted from Rotinonhshon:ni Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Social Dances booklet Unity Stomp Dance Watahtshero:ton Karen:nase The...

 

Dabbling ducks, bottoms up

The other day I came across a shallow pond in Akwesasne, and I was utterly amused at the ducks I observed there. They seemed to be bottoms up more...

 

Paranormal society plans presentation

Malone, NY - September 29, 2008 – Today the Northern New York Paranormal Research Society (NNYPRS) announced the Angell Center at The State University of Plattsburgh will be the site of the first...

 

League of First Nations Sovereignty Rally

Saturday October 4, 2008  - Cayuga Nation Territory (Lake Side Trading Post). Transportation from Akwesasne is being provided, courtesy of the Akwesasne Petroleum Cooperative and the St. Regis...

 

Book: Unwind

The book this week, Unwind, is a fictional story about three kids living in a very different world than ours, going on a journey for their lives. I found this book to be interesting and unexpectedly...

 

It’s a Boy!

Name: Jordin Nathaniel Phillips Born: Saturday, July 26, 2008 @ 4:36pm Weight: 8lbs 0.8oz Length: 20 inches Parents: Delia Herne and Matthew Phillips...

 

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