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Skye clears, sunny retirement in forecast

Ron Skye has more than four decades of public service in his rearview mirror, as the 62-year-old commissioner of public safety looks forward to golf courses and a good book. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Friday at 4 p.m., commissioner of the Public Safety Unit Ron Skye will leave the

Playoffs looming, ballers looking to tighten up

Sylvia White played limited minutes Monday, but her Kuper Academy Kodiaks have the luxury of resting players with a large bench and committed roster of fine hoopsters. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Two weeks back at school from winter holidays and the hard court ballers throughout the GMAA are looking

Devastating blaze destroys barn, horses fine

No horses were harmed in the blaze that destroyed the barn in South Texas, but two bunnies were not so lucky, despite attempts from those at the site. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Cynthia Jacobs left the ranch last Tuesday (January 8) night to get fuel for the generator that

Student building mobile tech tools in Kanien’kéha

Kahentawaks Tiewishaw-Poirier is the recent recipient of the Milieux Undergraduate Fellowship, and will work on a project to bring artistic technology with an Indigenous perspective to the modern mobile world. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Kahentawaks Tiewishaw-Poirier has a passion for her culture and language, but also for how technology

There, There sets bar on Indigenous urban stories

Putting Tommy Orange's masterclass on storytelling at the top of your reading list is not a bad idea, as the Oakland-set novel sets the author as one to watch in the coming years. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Tommy Orange’s debut novel There, There (Alfred A. Knopf, $25.95) was one

Kodiak hoopsters fighting injuries, fall short

Kodiak ballers Jillian Diabo and Kaksa’tahno:ron Deer fought hard Wednesday night, but a short bench and injuries caused Kuper Academy to lose steam and win a game they could have taken. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Kuper Academy’s Midget girls basketball team’s bench keeps getting shorter. Wednesday evening at Sacred

Dad squad getting set to show off “hot” bods

Kyle Zachary and Shawn Rice will enter the ring Saturday as the local duo continues to book gigs in the wrestling circuit. (courtesy Kyle Zachary) Saturday, in Beauharnois, two Kahnawake dads will enter the ring looking to quench wrestling fans’ thirst for slamming action and entertainment at The Beginning II, hosted

Winter partiers enter the real and online worlds

While holiday cheer was in the room at the AbTeC office, cultural exchange and winter fun was online on an island where Indigenous presence is explored. (Daniel J. Rowe The Eastern Door) Before the holidays, The Eastern Door took the elevator to the 11th floor of Concordia University’s EV building and

Network embraces Year of Indigenous languages

Kahnawake is getting set for UNESCO’s year of Indigenous languages, which began January 1. The community’s language network plans to fully engage with the initiative and promote Kanien’kéha as much as possible. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Representatives from the Kahnawake Language and Culture Network are ready to hit 2019

Lahache pleads guilty, with regret

In the end, the cost of a trial was too much for former First Nations Winery owner Floyd Lahache, who left the courtroom Tuesday disappointed the Mohawk Council did not stand behind the permit they granted him. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) What started as a front-page, dramatic arrest of