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Articles from the October 9, 2008 edition

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Tribe-National Grid reach terms for new franchise agreement

AKWESASNE—The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and National Grid announced today they have reached tentative terms for a new franchise agreement that allows the Tribe to exit from National Grid’s...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 9, 2008

Experts say Mohawk school is safe

Parents of students attending the St. Regis Mohawk School attended a pubic meeting last Wednesday night regarding the school’s mold problem and asbestos cleanup plan. Parents came with concerns and...

 

MCA finalizes settlement agreement with OPG

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and Ontario Power Generation (OPG) have signed a Final Settlement Agreement that compensates the Mohawks of Akwesasne...

 

George H. LaFrance

Mr. George H. LaFrance, age 64, of 16 Garrow Road, Hogansburg, died Sunday morning (October 5, 2008) at the St. Regis Nursing Home, where he had been...

 

In loving Memory of My Darling Husband, Bobby

I find an old photograph and see your smile. As I feel your presence anew, I am filled with warmth and my heart remembers love. I remember who you used to be the laughter we shared and wonder what...

 

In Loving Memory of Our Dad, Bobby Sunday October 14, 2006

For those of us that are here in tears. It seems like days, since he left us here. But it’s been 2 years since that awful day, when Angels took our...

 

Thank You

For all the kindness you have shown, We thank you very much, For sympathy in sorrowing days, For friendship’s healing touch With gratitude our hearts are full, Though words cannot convey The tender...

 

Niawen Kowa

The family of Ronnie Square extends our warmest thank you from the bottom of our hearts to everyone who thought of Ronnie and his family and friends for the monetary donations, food, flowers, the...

 

Thank you Mr. Bonesteel

Mr. Bonesteel came to the St. Regis Mohawk School to help students plant tulip bulbs in front of the school. It was a cooperative effort by many...

 

To the Editor:

I am writing on behalf of the canine population of the Malone area, specifically the very young. I moved to Malone approximately a year ago from Cape Cod, where I was a Veterinary Technician for 20...

 

How Wall Street Blues Affects Akwesasne And How We Can Prosper

For those who think that the events on Wall Street and the subsequent downward spiral of the US economy does not have an immediate affect on their lives they should realize that as it goes with the Am...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 9, 2008

Ronathahonni opens permanent exhibit

The staff at the Ronathahonni Cultural Centre just unveiled their latest exhibit, and this one, they say, is permanent. The centre had previously...

 

RCMP/CBSA/O.P.P. Joint operation leads to seizure of tobacco and alcohol

(South Glengarry, Ontario - October 6th, 2008) – A joint operation involving the Cornwall and Kingston RCMP Detachments, Canada Border Services Agency, and the Ontario Provincial Police resulted in...

 

Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service vehicle stop leads to RCMP seizure of 300,000 cigarettes

(Cornwall, Ontario  - October 3rd, 2008)- A 39 year old Cornwall, Ontario man faces a charge under the Excise Act 2001 for possession of a tobacco product not properly stamped following a vehicle...

 

RSVP volunteers recognized

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program held its 35th Annual Recognition Luncheon at Gallagher’s Restaurant in Malone N.Y. on September 20, 2008....

 

Kana:takon School awards and student council swearing-in

Students at Kana:takon School were recognized Friday for their academic achievements in the month of September. Along with perfect attendance awards,...

 

Iroquois gather for anti-tax rally

Roughly 200 members of various Iroquois communities gathered at Seneca Falls last weekend for a rally and demonstration to bring attention to the tax...

 
 By D OConnell    News    October 9, 2008

Star Students

Tsi Snaihne School celebrated their star students with an assembly in the gym on Friday, October 3rd.  Awards and prizes were given for Students of...

 
 By Mamie David    News    October 9, 2008

Trivia Night at Snye Rec

Our Community Health Nurses sponsored a benefit for the Cancer Support Group on Friday, October 3rd at the Snye Recreation Center. A Trivia Night was...

 

New Language Initiative

Wa’tkwanonhwerá:ton’ Sewakwé:kon! Teyewerahkwa ne kì:ken tanon é:so wakerì:wayen. This year Onkwawén:na Kentyóhkwa has begun a new project, Onkwawén:na Tetewarihokwà:tha, to promote our...

 

Pumpkin winner!

The Martin family: Lauren, Lindsay, Andrea, and Shawn were the winners of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe’s pumpkin contest. Their enormous pumpkin...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 9, 2008

Katerina’s Restaurant celebrates 3rd anniversary

They call themselves the best kept secret in Cornwall, but Katerina’s Restaurant on Second Street West is enjoying its third year in business,...

 

Onó:ra Kaia’tón:ni

Wahón:nise iá:ken, Kaneráhtens ronwá:iats raksà:’a wahaia’tonnihserón:ni onó:ra kaia’tón:ni. Shako’kén:’a Wentiióhstha wahshakoia’tonníhseron. Wa’konwanó:ronhkwe ne...

 

How to Have A Social Dance

Continued from last week Reprinted from Rotinonhston:ni Ahkwesahsne Mohawk Social Dances booklet Mosquito Dance Kariahta’neha The mosquito dance is...

 

Nature’s pottery, out of your gourd

The gourd family consists of a large family of vined plants. They range from the edible ones like pumpkins, squash, and cucumbers to the inedible...

 

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