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Articles from the April 29, 2010 edition

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 By Shannon Burns    News    April 29, 2010

Day sentenced in toddler’s death

An Akwesasne man who admitted to killing his 20-month-old son in 2007 was sentenced this week to 15 years in prison. He was additionally sentenced to 7 years for the attempted murder of his...

 
 By Shannon Burns    News    April 29, 2010

Participation doubles in 2nd Annual Akwesasne Cancer Support Group 5-mile Walk

Community members wishing to support local cancer patients and their families made the 2nd Annual Akwesasne Cancer Support Group 5-Mile Walk/Run...

 

Police respond to break & enter

On Friday, April 16th, at approximately 3:00 a.m., the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service Dispatch was notified of a Break and Enter in progress at a residence at 10 Ford Lane, Kawehno:ke (Cornwall...

 
 By Mary La France    News    April 29, 2010

Career Fair fills arena for fifth year

On Apr. 23, Iohahiio Adult Education hosted its fifth biennial career fair at the A’nowara’kowa Arena on Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island). Hundreds...

 

Akwesasne named pilot site for tax exempt card

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) announced that Akwesasne will serve as a pilot project for the development and implementation of a Secure Tax Exemption I.D. Card. The idea to develop the secure...

 

In loving Memory of My Ie thi ni sten:ha

In loving Memory of My Ie thi ni sten:ha Esther C. Loran June 7, 1934-April 27, 2009 Ma I thought of you with love today But that is nothing new, I...

 

To the editor:

To the editor: JOB POSTINGS CHIEF & SUB-CHIEF: No decision making abilities necessary Here we go again, another election. We’ll soon see the usual signs of who is looking to secure these prestigious...

 

To the editor;

To the editor; On April 12, 2010 two Akwesasne men were severely injured in a boating incident on the St. Lawrence River. The two Akwesasne men will be facing an extensive recovery time from their...

 

To the editor; I want my Bears Back

To the editor; I want my Bears Back Last year sometime one of the Tribal Council members decided that the Dancing Bears (metal sculptures) at the Mohawk Casino were not culturally appropriate and had...

 

Tsi Snaihne School celebrates Heritage Week

The Tsi Snaihne School would like to say niawen kowa to the Hotinonhson:ni Cultural Group, led by Geraldine Jacobs, for visiting Tsi Snaihne School...

 

Hey! Did you see those Mohawk Place Mats!

Hey! Did you see those Mohawk Place Mats! Dear Editor: A belated Thank You to Indian Time for putting out those great Mohawk Language Place Mats. I hope that everyone has seen them. I saw them at...

 
 By Mary La France    News    April 29, 2010

Akwesasne celebrates Earth Day with seed and tree giveaway

On Apr. 24, gardening and environmental enthusiasts from in and around Akwesasne gathered at the Wolf Clan Banquet Hall on Route 37 for a very...

 
 By Mary La France    News    April 29, 2010

“Raging Grannies” brought to you by SMILE Theatre

On Apr. 24, the SMILE Theatre performing group made their return to Tsiionkwanonhsote Adult Care facility on Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island) for a...

 

Akwesasne holds first “Chalk It Up” Sidewalk Chalk Competition

Submitted by Carolyn Francis Down on their knees, heads huddled together, families and friends laughed while they worked intently on their best...

 

90% of Butternut Trees Dead or Dying

Submitted by Richard David, Department of Environment The Department of Environment has been aware that there is a strong possibility that we may...

 
 By Mary La France    News    April 29, 2010

Rachel’s Challenge spreads message of Columbine victim

Rachel’s Challenge is an inspiring presentation traveling to high schools and communities across the US and Canada. On Apr. 21, Rachel’s...

 

“Weight Loss and Health Secrets with Jason Christoff”

In the last two articles I have reviewed the idea that the body is actually a walking lie detector. Just like a police lie detector situation, the body provides very clear stress signals when a lie is...

 

Intuitive eating

As obsessed as Americans are with dieting, you’d think we’d be thin and healthy by now. But as obesity rates and diet-related illnesses like diabetes and heart disease continue to rise, many...

 

Public Speaking Winners

Last week Indian Time featured Ahkwesahsne Mohawk School (AMS) students who had taken part in the AMS Public Speaking Contest. Gr. 3 and 4 students...

 

ABGC takes part in Nickelodeon’s Big Green Help

The Akwesasne Boys & Girls Club participated in the Big Green Help on April 19, joining hundreds of other organizations across the continent doing...

 

IGA holds grand re-opening celebration

Staff The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe’s grocery store, the First Americans IGA, celebrated its official grand re-opening on Saturday. The store has...

 

Children turn off TV and attend “Kids’ Night Out”

Staff The Akwesasne Coalition for Youth and Community Empowerment held its annual Kids Night Out event Friday evening at the St. Regis Mohawk School....

 

Haudenosaunee Confederacy News

•• The Condolence Ceremony held this past weekend was a success. There were lots of people and the Haudenosaunee Chiefs were in attendance. Arnold Jacobs, Onondaga, Six Nations was the man stood u...

 

Taetewatohtáhrho Ohahaktónkie - We ought to clean up along the roads

Akwé:kon ne onkwehshón:’a ne Ahkwesáhsne Ohwéntsia Rati’nikòn:rare Tsi Ratihiatónhkhwa ionkhihretsiá:rons tetewatohtáhrho ne ohahaktónkie, kahenta’kéhson kí:ken kakwitè:ne...

 

Haudenosaunee Wampum Belts, Silver Chain and Treaties

Continued from last week. The individual councils which have been described as treaties had well-defined processes. They can be described and documented, as can the fact that the British understood,...

 

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