Seneca Elder’s Summer Event

This year the Seneca Elder’s Summer Event was a drive-thru distribution in an effort to keep members safe from COVID-19. Social distancing protocols and PPE were in effect as the President’s Office and Nation Executives handed out a meal, prizes, and gifts. The Clerk’s Office was also present to assist with registration. The successful events […]


Gakwi:yo:h Farms welcomes twenty-five Red Angus cows

By Tami Watt, Editor OHI:YO’- Gakwi:yo:h Farms has recently welcomed twenty-five Red Angus cattle to their growing livestock operation. The Seneca Nation has revamped an old dairy farm located on Sullivan Hollow in Great Valley, NY, formerly ran by late Phil Attea. Project Manager, Gordon Brown, and staff have been busy preparing the site for […]


NCAI advocates for Iroquois Nationals

Submitted by Tina Abrams In my role as Northeast Area VP of NCAI I was able to advocate and obtain a letter of support from various native organizations in regards to the denial of Iroquois Nationals to participate in the World Games next year. View letter of support below:


Construction Technology Program recognizes six graduates

By Nancy Toth, T.E.R.C. The Seneca Training Center, Construction Technology Program, a program directed by the Training and Employment Resource Center recognized six trainees on Thursday, August 20th at a celebration held in the amphitheater area of the Onohsagwe:de’ Cultural Center on a beautiful sunny day. The trainees were able to continue their learning in […]

Feature President

A message from President Rickey L. Armstrong, Sr.

Greetings! On Wednesday evening, August 19th, 2020, we honored thirteen High School Equivalency Program graduates. The recognition ceremony was held at the Cattaraugus Community Center. Despite the difficulties with the COVID-19 restrictions, the determination of these graduates humbles me. A piece of paper does not make success. Success is what is inside each of us […]