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Phillips vaults to first, sets bar high

After a pair of slip ups on her ground and beam routines, Megan Phillips vaulted and spun her way to a top spot to end 2018 in style in Repentigny. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) In gymnastics, competitors need to know that a mistake or two will happen, but that

Playground turns the electronic games on

The lights are up and electronic games on at Playground Poker Club, whose CEO Mackenzie Kirby explained the ongoing change to the establishment that just celebrated its eighth birthday this weekend. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Playground Poker Club took its first step into the future this week, when the

Deer shrugs injuries, age; battles like a stallion

Fighting through injuries and age, Tommy Deer returned to the ring to box Friday night in a fight that ended in controversy, where the local comic book artist landed some serious right hooks. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) All boxers stepping into the ring know there will be a toll

Students protest, finance officer not returning

After standing apart from their administrators, KSS students sat and had a long and emotional discussion with education centre staff many said was much-needed. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) Just after noon November 30, students from Kahnawake Survival School’s student council left through the front doors, walked across the parking

Iroquois Caucus works towards efficiency

Mohawk Council chiefs and staff are in the midst of an information blitz sharing their thoughts on Canada's Bill S-3. There's a meeting tonight for those interested in finding out more. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake is in the midst of an information blitz regarding

All Our Relations a worthy follow-up from Talaga

Tanya Talaga's new publication All Our Relations is as much a must read as her award-winning debut with both delivering power and beauty in fine balance. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) When a writer takes the plunge and completes their first book, it’s a monumental achievement in itself. When that writer’s

Fashionista flare shines after dark in Cornwall

(From left to right) Starlyn Oakes, Daisy Lahache, Jenna Thompson and Kendall Horn were among the models decked out by Onkwehón:we designers at the Fashion After Dark runway show in Cornwall last weekend. (Courtesy Laurie Gardner) While the light faded on the horizon Saturday, the floodlights at the Port Theatre in

Education centre staff defends system at tense meeting

Education centre Robin Delaronde had the mic at the front of the room for most of the meeting last week as community members peppered her about KEC policy and assistant director Earlyn Sharpe's (left) status in the community. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door) The much-anticipated Kahnawake Combined Schools Committee Annual

Robertson sentenced to five years for two deaths

A night out with friends turned into a nightmare for the community and driver of the vehicle the ended up in flames. Anthony Robertson was sentenced last week to five years for driving the car where his cousin and friend lost their lives. (Steve Bonspiel, The Eastern Door) Anthony Robertson stood

Kirby kicks and lifts it at Athleticks homecoming

Taking a risk, Kawennihtha Coral Kirby fulfilled a dream and tried out for her CEGEP’s cheerleading team, learned to do the splits, and competed in her first competition on the weekend. (courtesy Kawennihtha Coral Kirby) Continuing from minor or high school sports to the college or university level is no small