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Niawenhkó:wa

The Family of Taylor “Tubbs” John would like to thank all who have showed their support to our family during this difficult time. Our family has been blessed to be part of such a caring community...

 

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How A Pandemic Changed Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall As multiple provinces and states begin reopening sectors of the economy, Akwesasronon wonder if the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and...

 

Live Long and Prosper Together

Submitted by Paul Hetzler I imagine there was a lot more handwringing prior to the Covid-19 lockdown in Switzerland as compared to other countries, because since 2008 it has been a federal crime there...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    Opinion    May 14, 2020

How a Pandemic Changed Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall It seems as though the majority of Akwesasronon are getting back to the land, with the encouragement of multiple organizations who...

 

Niawenhkó:wa

The Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment (ATFE) and the Akwesasne Child and Family Services(ACFS) Support Unit would like to thank all the people responsible for making the Annual Seed give away a...

 

Thank You/ Niawenkowa

The family of Helen (Humedy) Cook Lazore would like to offer a big Thank You/ Niawenkowa for the outpouring of support we have received since she...

 

Thank you from the staff of Indian Time

Indian Time staff extends a sincere ‘Niawenko:wa’ to readers and supporters who have donated in the memory of Helen Cook Lazore. Please accept our thanks as we continue in the spirit of her...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    Opinion    May 7, 2020

How a Pandemic Has Changed Akwesasne

By Jaclyn Hall In recent weeks, the people of Akwesasne have been in a constant state of grief. As the pandemic drags on through the spring, many...

 

Good Bees and Better Bees

Submitted by Paul Hetzler On a warm, sunny day in May, bees of various stripes come out of the woodwork, seemingly lost. By definition, it’s only a “real” bee if it’s wearing fur, but not...

 

Older Adults in Isolation

Kimberly Groshans - Intern 4-H Camp Overlook Cornell Cooperative Extension of Franklin & St. Lawrence County The population of the North Country is currently been asked to isolate at home during this...

 

Ticked Off

Submitted by Paul Hetzler Mosquitoes suck and black flies bite. But enough complaining. It seems the price we pay for warm weather is the onset of bug bites. Clouds of mosquitoes suck the fun out of...

 

Niawen

A big niawenkowa from Indian Time staff to Sesi (Cook) Mitchell who stopped in to take care of the duties that Helen handled during the weeks leading up to that sad day on April 17. Your help is...

 

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The Illuminated Fog

Yesterday's lies shadow today's truth A tastey brew Difficult to chew The herd swallows Cocktails of the mind Rob the soul shallow Collective crimes...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    Opinion    April 30, 2020

How a Pandemic Changed Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall Home Birth or Hospital? That is a question weighing on expectant mothers' minds, as they approach their due dates during the COVID-...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    Opinion    April 16, 2020

How a Pandemic Has Changed Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall The Kanieńkehá:ka Nation has been known throughout history as a fierce and strong nation. To any outsider looking in, this may seem true. But for those of us who are living inside th...

 

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COVID-19 and American Racism: A Mohawk Perspective

By Doug George-Kanentiio Akwesasne Mohawk I was fortunate to work with a highly skilled, compassionate and effective group of first responders called the Akwesasne Emergency Team. A volunteer, mostly...

 

Deep Thoughts

Submitted by Paul Hetzler, ISA Certified Arborist Driving around on spring weekends makes me sad. It’s because I always pass at least one family out on the lawn in an American Gothic configuration:...

 

Dedicated to all the children who are separated from their mother's during this difficult time!

When I first held you in my arms I swore I’d love you everyday but there was something I forgot to tell you sometimes mothers go away I never meant to hurt you and hope you understand that any...

 

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Covid-19 Impacting the 2020 Maple Sugaring Season

Submitted by Rich Gast, Cornell Cooperative Extension   As I start to write this, it's raining and 50°F outside. Several days of above freezing...

 
 By Jaclyn Hall    Opinion    April 9, 2020

How A Pandemic Has Changed Akwesasne

By: Jaclyn Hall As much as we hold on to tradition and the old ways, times are changing rapidly. Here in Akwesasne, it is changing so fast, we are forced to become more self-sufficient and capable,...

 

April Juneberries

Submitted by Paul Hetzler, ISA Certified Arborist A regional attraction opens each April, and for roughly four weeks – depending on shade, aspect and elevation – you can view the “show” at...

 

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