Articles from the November 1, 2012 edition

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Superstorm Sandy Devastates East Coast

Almost every school in the North Country let their kids out early on Monday with a few schools delaying on Tuesday morning. Just about every event in...

 

Readers Share Rome Experiences

It was solid glass about 1/2 inches thick;  a good 10 inches high and around 14 inches in length. It had 2 bronze circles embedded on the glass -...

 
 By Joyce King    News    November 1, 2012

Italy “Italia”

Bueuno! Thanks to the nice people of Italy, the trip members from Akwesasne were able to add a few Italian words to their vocabulary. Not much, but...

 

TRIBE’S INTERNET SYSTEM ONLY PARTIALLY OPERATING

Akwesasne Territory – Hurricane Sandy has damaged some equipment in New York City, which has left some tribal units without internet service.  No internet service means no email.  The following...

 

Hunter Cooke Drafted by the Bears

POTSDAM, N.Y.—The SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey team has drafted Hunter Cooke to be an honorary Bear for the 2012-13 season. Potsdam has joined with...

 

BUSY MONTH FOR THE REGIONAL TASK FORCE

Cornwall, Ontario - October 30, 2012 - On the evening of September 29, 2012, while conducting anti-smuggling surveillance in South Stormont, Cornwall...

 

Ann Elizabeth Lazore-Elward

Ann Elizabeth Lazore-Elward, age 68, died October 27, 2012 in Plattsburg, NY. She was born February 3, 1944 in Ontario, Canada, the daughter of...

 

Marita Skidder Kaierithon

Marita Skidders (Kaierithon), age 78, of 23 Skidders Road, Cornwall Island passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at Tsiionkwanonhso:te...

 

Letter to the editor

October 28, 2012 Letter to the Editor Unilingual, Bilingual, Trilingual! In the Onkwe’take issue for September 2012, there is a letter from the Grand Chief Michael K. Mitchell to the newly elected...

 

Letter to the editor

This is in response to an article from Indian Time on Oct. 25 2012. Re: CKON It states CKON is a non-profit organization.  Funds raised by CKON flow back to the community of Akwesasne by way of...

 

Niawen

The family of Steve Smoke would like to thank all who participated in or supported the 4th annual Josh Mitchell (Smoke) Pool Tournament. Niawen kowa Hope to see you next year....

 

Police Blotter

NOVEMBER TRAFFIC ACTION PLAN   Cornwall, ON- The Cornwall Community Police Service’s Traffic Action Plan for the month of November will consist of targeted enforcement on Intersection related...

 
 By Kaniethonkie    News    November 1, 2012

Community Gathering on Grasse River Cleanup

The Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Council’s Environment Division hosted a community gathering to share inf...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    November 1, 2012

Snye Rec. Holds Annual Halloween Party

On Saturday, the Snye Recreation Hall held its annual Halloween Party. The gym at the rec. was full of families with their costumed ghoulies. On the...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    November 1, 2012

Indian Act Lecture Provided to Boost Awareness

On Thursday night, at the Snye Recreation hall, Dr. Neil MacDonald gave a lecture on the Indian Act, which was sponsored by the Entewatatha:wi...

 

Salmon River Homecoming Dance

Everyone loves a Halloween party and the Salmon River Central School students are no exception. The Yearbook Club threw a big party in the form of a...

 

Swamps 2012 Ladies Car Care Clinic

Last Wednesday, Casey Swamp opened his garage to a group of ladies hoping to fill them with valuable information about cars, and that’s exactly...

 

Salmon River Fall Fest

Last Thursday was a perfect fall day with a blue sunny sky, mild temperature and a hint of a warm breeze that held the musty smell of fallen leaves ....

 

Akwesasne Toastmasters Halloween Family Night

Halloween started early for the Akwesasne Toastmasters and their families at the spooky themed chapter meeting and Family Night, which was held on...

 
 By Ian Oakes    News    November 1, 2012

Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengary, and Akwesasne Holds Open House

On Thursday October 25th, Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengary, and Akwesasne held an open house. In a joint open house with their...

 
 By Kaniethonkie    News    November 1, 2012

Craft Fair Held at Senior Center

Two Sweet Aimee Marshall and Terra Lewis, owners and operators of “The Chocolate Chicks,” along with the Economic Development Office of the St....

 

It’s That Time of Year Again, October FUN

On Saturday October 6, 2012, PICEI once again held its Annual “Last Shall Be First 50/50 Fund Raiser” and dinner for its devoted members who...

 

Káteri

1. Kwah ken’ nihá:ti Several of them 2. Onkwehshón:’a People 3. Onkwehón:we Natives 4. Thiionkwehonwehtsheraténion Other natives 5. Onhwentsiakaión:ne (Rome) Old Country 6. Iehonenónhne...

 

Six Nations Peace Belt

It is provided thus: It shall be the duty of all of the chiefs of The Great Law of Peace or the Longhouse People from time to time, as occasion...

 

How to Help Someone with an Alcohol Addiction

Signs of a Physically Abusive Alcoholic Alcohol abuse and physical abuse are two problems that often lead to one another. When alcohol is used, one’s inhibitions are lowered and people sometimes...

 

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