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Articles from the January 18, 2018 edition

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Transport Canada Consulting Akwesasne On Future Plans For Seaway

Transport Canada has launched a comprehensive review of the St. Lawrence Seaway to consider how best to plan for the Seaway’s continued role in North America’s transportation system. As part of th...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 18, 2018

Extreme weather floods St. Regis & Salmon rivers; sets high temperature record in Akwesasne

A wild swing in temperatures coupled with a winter storm that dropped more than a foot of snow in some areas caused flooding in Akwesasne and the...

 

Flood Watch Advisory Remains in Effect for Akwesasne

AKWESASNE—The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Emergency Planning Office is notifying local residents that a flood watch remains in effect for the following low-lying areas along the St. Regis River: St...

 
 By Mahlon Smoke    News    January 18, 2018

First Annual Winter Classic at Generations Park a Success

January 9th, 2018 - On a cold winter night, a group of proud family and friends came to Generations Park at 7:00 pm to watch the Akwesasne Wolves vs....

 

MCA LAUNCHES COMPLIANCE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR FIRST NATIONS; FIRST OF ITS KIND IN INDIAN COUNTRY

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s Akwesasne Justice Department is celebrating the launch of a new pilot program for compliance officer training that has never been held before on a First Nation or...

 

ALFRED B. LAFFIN

HOGANSBURG- Alfred B. Laffin, 51, of 988 Drum Street Road, passed away on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at the Massena Memorial Hospital. Alfred was bor... Full story

 

Niawen Ko:wa from Iakhihsohtha

All of us here at Iakhihsohtha would like to thank everyone who helped make the holiday season so very special for the Totas. Despite the 2 week...

 

Niawen Ko:wa from Iakhihsohtha - Part 2

Here are additional pictures....

 

Anowarako:wa Arena Wrapping Up Winter Activities

(January 16, 2018) The A’nowara’ko:wa Arena fall and winter season is almost completed. Our Akwesasne Wolves and Women’s Wild are first place teams heading for playoffs soon. Our host team the...

 

Keep the Conversation Going:

Sekon, Hello: At the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal meeting on Saturday, January 6th, I was sitting next to a Tribal employee. He asked me if I attended the residency meetings. I told him yes. He then told...

 

Moustache Day at Tsi Snaihne School

Submitted by Lynda Brown On January 12, 2018, students and staff members at Tsi Snaihne School showed their school spirit with Moustache Day....

 

DuffleBag Theatre Visits the Mohawk School

The kids had a few laughs while learning about a couple of timeless classics. The DuffleBag Theatre group paid a visit to the St. Regis Mohawk School...

 

Running vs. Child Obesity 2

Shekon, Our children are our future! Sadly, one of the greatest threats to their future is child obesity. As you know, I completed the 2017 Quebec City Marathon (26.2 miles) and raised $3,800 to...

 

Winter Horse, Dog & Goat 4-H Symposium

Submitted by Pat Banker, CCE Franklin What do 4H members do when the weather outside makes horseback riding activities, dog training and goat gatherings a real challenge? They get together for the...

 

Do You Know Your Risk for Congestive Heart Failure?

MASSENA, NY – The average adult’s human heart beats between 60 to 100 times per minute as it pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood throughout the body. Massena Memorial Hospital’s Board Certified...

 

Clarkson University to Host Third Annual Cold Out Gold Out Winter Celebration Jan. 26 & 27

With the classic traditions of Ice Carnivals of the past, and the modern touches of fireworks and an ice bar, Clarkson University's Cold Out Gold Out...

 

Will the Extreme Winter Cold Wipe Out Ticks?

Submitted by Richard Gast I’ve been asked on four different occasions, recently, how tick populations will be impacted by the December/January below-zero cold. Some of those asking had heard...

 

AKWESASNE MEDICAL CLINIC SCHEDULE 613-575-2341 ext. 3215

Fri. Jan. 19th Dr. Horn 9:00-11:30-by appt. Dr. Saylor 9:00-11:30-minor emergency walk-in 2:00-4:00-by appt. Mon. Jan. 22nd Dr. Horn 9:00-11:30-minor emergency walk-in Tues. Jan. 23rd No Doctor Wed....

 

KAWEHNOKE MEDICAL CLINIC SCHEDULE 613-932-5808

Fri. Jan. 19th Janet Brant, NP 8:30-11:30-by appt. 1:00-3:30-same day appt. Mon. Jan. 22nd Janet Brant, NP 8:30-11:30-same day appt. 1:00-3:30-by appt. Lannie Mitchell, NP 8:30-4:00-by appt. Tues....

 

Kana:takon School Will Send 16 Science Projects to United Counties Science Fair

Submitted by Elaine Thompson The Kana:takon School held a Science on the Wall and Science Fair project competition on Thursday, December 14, 2017...

 

Tuscarora Taken In Belt

Reprinted from Wampum Belts of the Iroquois by Tehanetorens This belt has been called the Six Nations Brace Belt and records when the Tuscarora...

 

Taking Care of People with the Flu

If you are caring for a loved one with the flu, it’s important to take steps to protect yourself and others. The main way that flu viruses spread is from person-to-person in droplets of coughs and...

 

Transition Cornwall+ presents…

5th Annual Sunday Winter Film Series At the Cornwall Public Library Free admission. “Gracie’s Backyard” Sun. Jan. 21 – 1:30-3:30pm “The Clean Bin Project” Sun. Feb. 11 - 1:30-3:30pm Light...

 

Mohawk Lesson

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Constitution Pipeline and Offshore Drilling Make Headline News

The Constitution Pipeline project is on hold after its petition was denied Thursday, January11, 2018 by the Federal Energy Regulation Commission (FERC). After being denied permits by New York State la...

 

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