Please be advised that the location for the 2nd Annual Morrie Abrams Memorial Snowsnake Tournament has been changed from N. Main and Elm St. in Salamanca, TO: OLDRO HILL, ONOVILLE. See you there! For more information, see updated flyer below:
By Megan Torres, Reporter On January 24th, Seneca Fire held its 53rd Annual Installation Dinner. This year’s theme was “Disco” and so many attendees really dressed up for the part! The Fire Hall was literally transformed into a disco complete with the flashy lights and an illuminated dance floor. There was also a disco themed […]
By Megan Torres, Reporter Group photo: L-R: Councillor Willam Canella, Councillor Tim Waterman, Director Greg Lay, Councillor Josh Jimerson, Councillor Angie Kennedy, Councillor John Williams Jr., Councillor Llona LeRoy, Councillor Presley Redeye, Jonathan Gill. Seneca Fish & Wildlife in Cattaraugus now has their very own trout hatchery that specifically houses brook trout. Fish population is […]
By Tami Watt, Editor Salamanca, NY is the only city in the United States that sits on sovereign Indigenous territory knows as the Allegany Indian Reservation which belongs to the Seneca Nation. The Seneca Nation and city of Salamanca have teamed up to enter HGTV’s “Home Town Takeover.” The Seneca Media and Communications Center produced […]
Gakwi:yo:h Farms was honored at the Seneca Diabetes Foundation Gala with the Geraldine Memmo Community Service Award for their hard work and dedication for uplifting our communities. Nya:wëh everyone that has supported us on our journey in developing a reliable food system for the Seneca Nation! – Gakwi:yo:h Farms
A gifted family shares their talent and knowledge to revitalize Seneca culture By Caleb G. Abrams, Seneca Media. February 2019. Reprinted from Inside Seneca Magazine. It is a chilly February evening on the Seneca Cattaraugus Territory and community members have gathered at the Stanley “Sully” Huff Heritage Center for a weekly art-making class led by […]
Submitted by Tammy Blair Seneca Arts and Learning Center children, families, and friends enjoyed playing Bingo for Books! Miss Angie Cogley read the pictures in Seneca and the children matched the pictures to win bingo. Miss Ruth Atwood helped the children choose books. Miss Connie Arena and Miss Amy Jimerson helped the children play bingo. […]
Submitted by Seneca Nation Fish and Wildlife Eagles are important spiritual and cultural birds for the Seneca people. They represent the power, beauty, and freedom of nature. This senseless act should never have happened and those responsible should not be excused for their actions. The Seneca Nation pledges our full support and cooperation to the […]
30 easy-to-follow steps that will immediately benefit the health and well-being of the children in your care. Follow the instructions below to get started on creating a healthier environment!
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.