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Articles from the March 3, 2011 edition

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Gunman robs Truckstop #9

The Truckstop #9 gas station on Route 37 in Akwesasne was robbed by an armed individual Thursday night. At approximately 11:30 p.m., security footage shows a masked man entering the gas attendant’s...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    March 3, 2011

Tom Porter publishes Mohawk/English children's book

By Shannon Burns With the urgency for Mohawk fluency continuing to grow, a new children’s book by Tom Shakokwenionkwas Porter will assist those who...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    March 3, 2011

Father Belgarde's term ends

This past Tuesday the St. Regis Catholic Church parish said farewell to its priest of more than 15 years, Rev. Edgar Belgarde S.J. At the age of 75, Father Belgarde was eligible to retire from...

 

Karen Francis - Coach of the Year

Do you believe in miracles? The Salmon River Girls Basketball team certainly does after its historic comeback from 17 points down with l:30 minutes to...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    March 3, 2011

Local company plans to provide fiber optic Internet service

Native Optical Communications Inc., a locally owned company, is currently working towards providing high-speed fiber optic Internet service to the Akwesasne community. They are currently seeking...

 

Elizabeth "Isabelle" Oakes

We Miss You and Love you from the bottom of Our Heart’s, With This Type of Love we Shall Never Be Apart... Niawen Grandma- for all that you have...

 

Letter to editor

Letter to editor To interested Akwesasne Junior “B” lacrosse players,  At the Indigenous Lacrosse Summit held in Six Nations from January 28th-30th, representatives spoke of the usefulness of...

 

Blue Ribbons Say NO to Nuclear Waste

From The Department of Environment Blue Ribbons Say NO to Nuclear Waste We here at the Department of Environment would like to join the campaign to prevent the shipment of nuclear waste through our...

 

Naiwen

Naiwen, First of all I would like to apologize for the delay in getting this message out to everyone! I would like to thank all my family and friends who attended my birthday/retirement party on...

 

Tupper Lake woman wins a million at casino

Submitted by the AMC Tupper Lake has been a hot bed of winning over the past year at the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino. In 2010, two winners of the Mohawk S...

 

St. Regis Mohawk School Honor Roll-2nd Quarter

PRINCIPAL’S LIST Jillian Benedict Mirabella Lazore Jalen Cook Sydney Mitchell Colonie Gray Kamryn Ransom Mikaylee Henhawk Bronson Sunday Kyran Laffin-Sunday Maya Swamp HIGH HONOR ROLL Morgan...

 

Weight Loss and Health Secrets with Jason Christoff

In the last article, I discussed how we can potentially judge a person’s subconscious mind programming by looking for patterns in their behavior. No individual behavior trait can teach us anything...

 

Compassion fatigue

Compassion fatigue (also known as a secondary traumatic stress disorder) is a condition characterized by a gradual lessening of compassion over time. It is common among trauma victims and individuals...

 

Kakwitè:ne Wao'shèn:ni Ne Akohserà:ke

30. Kwáh kiehóhthare wa’tkahnhohá:ri’ne thó wa’owisatstohkó:ta’ne. Even as he said it, the door of the lodge broke and fell to the...

 

HOW TO GET RID OF EVERYTHING IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE WAY

• Computers – check with the store you purchased items from • Plastic bags – Hannaford and IGA take your bags, the SRMT has a site for recycles including plastic bags. Located across from...

 

HOGANSBURG DAM RE-LICENSING

By Tony David, St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Water Resources Program Manager Erie Boulevard Hydropower (Brookfield Renewable Power) holds the Hogansburg project license (P-7815) issued by the Federal Energy...

 

SPILL PREVENTION

By Jessica Cree Jock, St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Environmental Compliance This fuel season the Tribe’s Emergency Response Team has responded to more home heating fuel spills than normal. The leading...

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• The Mohawk Nation Longhouse Faithkeepers will be scheduling the Maple Tree Ceremony in the next few days. This is the ceremony to give thanks to the Creator for the leader of the trees. Please...

 

THE IROQUOIS WOMEN'S ROLE IN THE LONGHOUSE

Continuing in the series traditional ways of raising a family, Jake Thomas talks about the responsibility and role of the Haudenosaunee women. A Confederate Lord is nominated by the oldest woman of...

 

Undefeated Shamrocks 1962

Undefeated Shamrocks 1962 Front: B. Bruso, J. Lazore, L. Terrance, R. Bilow, H. Jock, T. Wigger, D. Ducan Second row: J. Tarbell, D. Niles, E. Brown,...

 

The not-so-relaxing Sunday

After having two busy weekends full of winter carnival activities we were looking forward to a day to do nothing. Big Brother had a winter break vacation so it would be his last day home with me...

 

Bone building soup

Getting the nutrients you need to protect your bones is easier than you think with this delicious soup! In pot, heat 1 Tbs. extra virgin oil over medium heat. Add 1 leak (white and light green parts...

 
 By Chelsea Sunday    News    March 3, 2011

Tsi Snaihne School "Science on the Wall" winners to compete in United Counties Science Fair

Once again, the AMBE students took on the challenge to participate in the “Science on the Wall” science fair. Students in grades 1 through 5 are...

 
 By Adrian McDonald    News    March 3, 2011

MCA employees learn Kanienkeha

Last year after some negotiation the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) contracted with the Akwesasne Economic Development Agency (AEDA) for...

 

Minor Midget Colts moving to next playoff round

Submitted by   Patrick Dussault Manager- Cornwall Colts Minor Midget “B” In game #1 in Long Sault- The Colts were lifted by a superb performance from goalie Brett Warner.  He stopped 26 of 28...

 

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