By Kellen M. Quigley | Olean Times Herald | Feb 7, 2020 SALAMANCA — The Seneca Nation has responded to comments made at a recent Great Valley Town Board meeting regarding the proposed sewer district in Kill Buck, calling the town supervisor’s comments on the Nation’s position “off-base” and “insulting.” The town board recently received […]
Saturday, February 22, 10 am – 4 pm Outside, watch dog sled demonstrations, race small wooden snowboats (use ours or make your own), enjoy the rare opportunity to try your hand at the game of snow snake, and walk in snowshoes (bring your own if you have them). Inside, warm up with Bill Crouse (Seneca) […]
By Maria Diaz-Gonzalez | Jan. 30, 2020 | Reprinted from www.ehn.org Nestled securely between the rolling hills of Warren County, Pennsylvania, the dam holds the river back. Behind it, the resulting Allegheny Reservoir stretches 27 miles long and 120 feet deep. The Pittsburgh District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers completed construction of […]
Effort led by Seneca researcher Dr. Rodney Haring will address cancer health disparities through collaboration Reprinted from www.roswellpark.org | Feb. 4, 2020 Photo: L to R: Dr. Rodney Haring, PhD, MSW, Director; Josie Raphaelito, MPH, Research Project Coordinator; William Maybee, Community Relations Coordinator; Whitney Ann Henry, Clinical Research Associate BUFFALO, N.Y. – Growing up on […]
Walsh Homecoming Queen! Archbishop Walsh Academy recently hosted its Winter Homecoming-Dance at the school. This year’s king and queen are seniors Matthew Kirkwood and Zaya Maybee. Ja:goh, Zaya!
Congratulations to Lee Max Redeye of Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP for winning NYSBA’s Empire State Counsel Outstanding Pro Bono Volunteer of 2019! Below is what Mr. Redeye had to say about his recent achievement: “Two attorneys in the entire State of New York are recognized each year for their pro bono work. This year, […]
Rte. 438 and Versailles Plank Road, Cattaraugus TerritoryPastor – Rev. David Rood | 941-5703, firstname.lastname@example.org Submitted by Marilyn Anderson February is here and Valentine’s Day celebrates love!! We can celebrate love every day of the year, not just on February 14. Throughout the Bible we learn about genuine love. In 1 Corinthians, Ch. 13, v. […]
Submitted by Kimberly Cian, Education Dept. Native American Social Worker Photo: Salamanca High School’s STEM leadership team poses for photo with the conference’s keynote and award judges. Salamanca High School has been called many things since it unveiled its award-wining Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) program: focus school, groundbreaker, pathway district. Now it […]
No drugs/alcohol use/possession is prohibited at the Seneca Nation cemeteries. Gates will be locked at dusk and opened at dawn due to increased safety concerns in addition to increased Marshal’s patrols.
Kiona Welch, daughter of Glenda Taylor and Jeff “Cuban” Welch, recently graduated from the International Air and Hospitality Academy with a certificate from the Airline Travel Specialist Program in Vancouver, WA, fast tracking her to become a flight attendant for a major airline when she turns of age. A 2019 graduate from Salamanca, Welch started […]