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Articles from the October 30, 2008 edition

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Young Akwesasne woman sentenced to prison

Two women without previous criminal records were sentenced to prison last week in a Quebec courtroom. Sherry Darling, 22 and Jody Lazore, 23 both of Akwesasne, were arrested in 2006 during the...

 

October snowstorm knocks out power in Akwesasne

A very early snowstorm swept across the North Country Tuesday evening, leaving a blanket of snow and ice on the ground and trees Wednesday morning....

 

Teen charged with Break and Enter

A 15-year-old Akwesasne youth was arrested and charged with Break & Enter, Possession of a Controlled Substance and two counts of Breach of recognizance following an incident in Cornwall on Oct. 23....

 

Community complaints being compiled against Canada Customs

AKWESASNE, ONTARIO The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is continuing to collect written statements from Akwesasne community members on issues, concerns and complaints involving the Canada Border Service...

 

Mohawk couple takes over Massena’s Sunflower Café

By Shannon Burns A tiny, quaint small-town style café has enjoyed 30 years of business and now has a new set of owners to keep it going. Lewis and...

 

Josephine Back

Mrs. Josephine Iosonnaiewas “Josie” Leaf Back, age 67, of 440 River Road, Akwesasne, died unexpectedly Saturday afternoon (October 25, 2008) at...

 

Michael Morris Adams

Mr. Michael Morris Adams, age 68, of 1553 River Road, Snye, Quebec, died Monday afternoon (October 27, 2008) at his home, surrounded by his family. He...

 

Dr. Allan McLeod

Dr. Allan McLeod, age 87, of Cornwall, died peacefully at the Parisien Manor on Friday, October 24, 2008 years. Beloved husband of Betty (Sherman) McL...

 

Barbara Herne

Barbara Herne, age 63, passed away on October 23, 2008. She was born on November 8, 1945, the daughter of the late Abram D. and Margaret L. (Lazore) Herne. She is survived by her companion Hopper...

 

In Memory of Phillip and Thomas Jocko

As I sit here listening to the birds chirp, I remember the memories of my soul and heart! I think harder and I hear nothing but your laughter and see...

 

Thank You

Thank You The Cancer Support Groups would like to thank the following people and organizations that helped us make our fundraiser the success it was. We held a Trivia Pursuit Night at the Snye Recreat...

 

Niawen/Thank You

Niawen/Thank You The Snye Recreation Committee would like to thank everyone who helped out with this years Halloween Party. Once again, it was a huge success! Thanks to our Judges Norm & Kim Herne,...

 

RCMP, CBSA and OPP joint investigation leads to seizure of contraband cigarettes

(South Glengarry, Ontario - October 28th, 2008) – A 48 year old female resident of Cornwall, Ontario faces a charge under the Excise Act 2001 for possession of a tobacco product not properly...

 

Notice to the Community

This is to inform the community that the following persons have applied for Akwesasne Membership and/or Residency Permits. Starr Louise Hill, age 18, daughter of Chanin Summers (Oneida of the Thames)...

 

Akwesasne Mohawk Territory Community Watch for a Safer Community

Akwesasne, October 21, 2008 – The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Department are releasing the following Halloween Safety Information for the benefit and...

 

Emerald Ash Borer – A Future Threat to Local Forest Industry?

Oswego County, NY -- Salmon River Steward Greg Chapman is educating the public he encounters along the Salmon River corridor about emerald ash borer,...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 30, 2008

Dozens walk “7 Miles for 7 Generations”

More than 60 Akwesasne community members took part in a 7-mile walk Friday meant to raise diabetes awareness and raise funds for a diabetes care...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 30, 2008

Kids wear crazy hats for Red Ribbon Week

The week of drug-free promotion kicked off Monday at the St. Regis Mohawk School and Salmon River Central. Red Ribbon Week is a nationwide event...

 

Tsi Snaihne School students learn about animal habitats

At the end of the animal unit in science, students in Grade 2 at Tsi Snaihne School designed and created animal habitats.  The students chose an...

 
 By D OConnell    News    October 30, 2008

Harvest Fair at Tsi Snaihne School

On Friday, October 24th, students from Tsi Snaihne School were busy celebrating fall with their annual Harvest Fair. Various events were taking place...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    October 30, 2008

Community members prepare for flu season

With flu season just around the corner (November to March), community members lined up at the Hogansburg-Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department’s...

 

SUNY Potsdam students learn valuable lessons at Ahkwesahsne Conference

A total of 20 SUNY Potsdam education majors who will be completing field experiences and/or student teaching and have an interest in the Salmon River...

 

Seniors Craft Fair on October 18th

Seniors Craft Fair on October 18th Photos by Debbie and Mamie...

 

Our Readers’ Fall Photos 2008

Our Readers’ Fall Photos 2008...

 

We love Visitors!

Indian Time is lucky to receive many visitors every week. Whether it’s a parent bringing in a new baby for a photograph or an elder who wants us to...

 

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