Broadband Project NGRID and VZ “Make-Ready” Construction and Tree Clearing

The Seneca Nation’s Council has authorized National Grid (NGRID), Verizon (VZ) and Asplundh to complete “make-ready” construction and tree clearing throughout the Cattaraugus Territory in order to prepare the lines for the Seneca Nation’s fiber internet project. This construction is required to initiate the broadband, high-speed Internet project. Construction will take place throughout the summer. […]

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President UPDATE (06.11.21)

President Pagels speaks on Tuesday’s law enforcement incident and Thursday’s Pride Month flag raising, as well as acknowledging all the high school graduates. He provides good news about COVID statistics, availability of the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12-17, and group dining resuming at AOA. See video message below:

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Fantastic FREE technology/cyber opportunity for Native American high school students

Submitted by Renita DiStefano, SGC Chief Information Officer The USD and its Center for Cybersecurity Engineering and Technology (CCSET) is offering a unique cybersecurity training program this summer called, the GenCyber, “Academy of Distinction”(AOD). This program is exclusively for Native American rising 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade high school students and is paid for by a […]

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Inspired by Community

Haudenosaunee Promise Scholar flourishes on campus while staying committed to her cultural teachings Reprinted from | June 1, 2021 On any given day this summer, Logan Booth ’21 might be found unpacking a case of portable studio equipment and carefully editing the recording inside. She’s producing audio interviews with Indigenous students as part of […]

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Ja:goh Logan Booth!

We would like to congratulate our very own Vision 2020 summer intern Logan Booth. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, with a minor specialization in Native American and Indigenous Studies. We wish you all the best in your […]

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Day One: It’s Time To Heal

By Lehman ‘Dar’ Dowdy | Provided by Steve Gordon Below is a letter written by “Dar” Dowdy in 2009 that still resonates today. Over the past three years, l have spent a great deal of time trying to find a solution to help my people deal with the various social and health problems that attack […]

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News From The Four Corners United Methodist Church

Rte. 438 and Versailles Plank Road, Cattaraugus Territory | Pastor – Holly Brittain716-930-4661 | | Submitted by Marilyn Anderson June is here which is the end of the school year for some students and for some others it’s time for graduation from high school. Our prayers are with all students for a safe and […]

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Notes from Red House Memorial Chapel

8077 East Loop Rd., Jimersontown | Submitted by Winfield Bowen “All scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness (Doing the right things in life).” 2 Timothy 3:16.” “Jesus said to Him, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one […]

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A Message from Burchfield Nature and Art Center

Burchfield Nature and Art Center continues the tradition The volunteers at the Burchfield Nature and Art Center have missed having the annual Treaty Commemoration Ceremony for the last 2 years. It was always such a wonderful day. We wanted you to know that we have continued to make the public aware of the Seneca Nation […]