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 By Ian Oakes    News    October 11, 2012

Sisters in Spirit Vigil Draws Attention to Violence Against Women Across North America

On Thursday, October 4th, amidst crowds of supporters, the Sisters in Spirit Vigil events were held. The event aims to draw attention to the murder...

 

Tsi Snaihne School Fundraiser

Tsi Snaihne School’s fundraising committee and students were selling tickets for a lacrosse-themed Lazy Susan. The Lazy Susan was donated by local...

 
 By Megan Bushey    News    October 11, 2012

Salmon River Students of the Month

 Congratulations to the following Students of the Month: Kanahiio Angus, Angel Lazore-Phillips, Kiana Thompson and Vanna Thompson. These students...

 

Historic Land Return Celebrated at Kahon:ios

For the first time in generations the Iroquois people celebrated the return of a part of their ancestral lands without prolonged litigation or the ani...

 

PAUL REDMAN HERNE

Paul is survived by his daughter, Sue Ellen Herne and stepson, Glenn Allen Hill, Sr. (Sheila); his grandchildren, Levi and Logan Herne; Colleen Mitche...

 

Police Blotter

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF Massena, NY - Patrick D. Jacobs, 27, of 2 John Oakes Lane, Hogansburg, was charged by Massena village police with fourth-degree criminal mischief at 2:30 a.m. Saturday following an...

 

Letter to the editor

Once again a US court has made a terrible decision regarding the longstanding land claims of the Mohawk people against New York State. On September 28 a district judge recommended that almost all of...

 

Letter to the editor

To the editor: I am writing to you about how people have no respect for anyone else anymore. I have lived in the vicinity of Mohawk International Raceway all my life and the owners do not have any...

 

Decolonization Slog

By Ray Cook, Opinion Editor Reprinted with permission from Indian Country Today Media Network October 8, 2012 I am trying to write this day without mentioning the lost European’s name. There are...

 
 By Kaniethonkie    News    October 11, 2012

Cultural Portrait Artist Meeting

The Native North American Traveling College is taking on an impressive and enlightening project with our local artists and craftspeople. This...

 

Imagination Technician

Lately Little Brother has become quite the little pretender. It’s hilariously cute, the things he comes up with and it’s fun to watch. A serious look will come across his little face, you know...

 
 By Kaniethonkie    News    October 11, 2012

2nd Annual Akwesasne Wolf Belt Commemoration Day

The 2nd annual Wolf Belt Commemoration Day was held on Wednesday October 3, 2012. To commemorate this date, a Wampum Discussion Group was held at the...

 

Computer Health Tips

The following general tips can help you avoid computer problems and get the most use from your computer.  Your local computer specialist can help you pick out a laptop from your local retailer and...

 

SRMS Student Achievement Assembly

On Friday, the St. Regis Mohawk School had its Student Achievement Assembly to recognize students that showed excellence with the trait...

 

FIRST NATIONS FOOD, NUTRITION AND ENVIRONMENT STUDY

Akwesasne is one of eighteen First Nations communities in Ontario that have been selected randomly to participate in The First Nations Food,...

 

Blast from the Past

Blast from the Past...

 

President Obama Answers Questions From Indian Country Today Media Network in Unprecedented Exchange

Claiming that his record shows he is more committed than his opponent in the upcoming presidential election to serving Indian country, President...

 

Mitt Romney Answers Questions From Indian Country Today Media Network in Exclusive Exchange

Not willing to cede the American Indian vote in what promises to be a close presidential election this November, Republican candidate Mitt Romney...

 

Climate Change to Cripple Southwestern Forests

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. — Combine the tree-ring growth record with historical information, climate records, and computer-model projections of future...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    October 11, 2012

Program Spotlight: Ononhkwa on:we – Traditional Medicine Program

Located on the bottom level at Kanonhkwa’tsheri:io, the Ononhkwa on:we Program is providing traditional medicine and healing services to residents of Akwesasne. Ononhkwa on:we means the original...

 

Penobscot-Onondaga Belt

Many people, including many Indian people, think that the Iroquois Confederacy was formed for the exclusive benefit of only the original Five...

 

Skawiró:wane oká:ra The Turkey Story

Tsiahiakseresón:ni wa’tkatohtáhrho tsi ie’serehtaientáhkhwa. Thontaiawénhtsi oh nahò:tenk wakathón:te ka’k nón:we iorá:kahre. Só:’k...

 

Forgiveness: Letting go of grudges and bitterness

When someone you care about hurts you, you can hold on to anger, resentment and thoughts of revenge —or embrace forgiveness and move forward. By Mayo Clinic staff Nearly everyone has been hurt by...

 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer is a cancer that starts in the cells of the breast tissue. Each breast is made up of glands, ducts, and fatty tissue. Lobules are also within each breast and are groups of glands that...

 

Senior’s Club Craft Fair

The St. Regis Mohawk Senior’s Club hosted a craft fair over the weekend at the Seniors Center in Hogansburg. The center was filled with tables of...

 

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