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SALC Head Start students

By Karen Frank, Head Start teacher WE MISS YOU!! We are so sad that we can’t be in school right now. Looking forward to seeing all of you and giving you a BIG HUG! Here at school, we have been planning for activities when you all return. Here are some ways to stay connected with […]

COVID-19 Feature

Seneca Nation community distributions

By Tami Watt, Editor In an effort to curb the spread of infection from COVID-19, the Seneca Nation has distributed personal protective equipment and supplies not only to Seneca Nation employees and members but to residents on our respective territories. On April 23rd, President Armstrong, Treasurer Pagels, and CEO Mark Halftown handed out medical grade […]

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A note from Joe Stahlman- Director, SINM

Nya:wëh Sgë:nö’, We are quickly approaching the second month of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum continues to honor Seneca and Haudenosaunee cultures. Unfortunately, we had to cancel many of our Spring events, we hope to reschedule these events when possible. While we remain closed to support the effort to contain the spread […]

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Waterlines will receive routine maintenance

NEWS FROM SNI UTILITIES By Theresa Lay, Utilities Director ATTENTION ALL WATERLINE USERS ON CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY Please note that during the month of May the SNI Waterline will be doing some routine maintenance to keep our waterlines working to their best capabilities. We shall be flushing lines (see attached zone diagram) for your vicinity on […]

Feature

Fish and Wildlife has best hatchery year to date

By Tami Watt Despite the pandemic the Seneca Nation Fish and Wildlife crew had a successful electroshocking outing this past month. The crew had the best collection to date. In the 9 years of operation, the Walleye Project has become a great benefit the Seneca community. “We experience more success every year, it has been […]

Community News COVID-19

Seneca Fire first responders recognized by alumni

Let’s give a hand to MICHELE REDEYE, who graduated from Gowanda Central School District in 2004 and now is a firefighter and EMS. She works for the Cattaraugus Reservation in Emergency Management at Seneca Nation of Indians. Thank you for your service amid the #COVID19 pandemic, Ms. Redeye! #PantherPrideForever #StayConnectedGCS #StayHome #StaySafe #StopTheSpread Credit: Gowanda […]

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Department Flyers

Below you will find: Hemp Compliance Logo Design Contest Need Tilling Done? (Allegany DPW) $500 Scholarship Opportunity thru Cattaraugus Marshal Community Outreach Program Coronavirus Update – Mask Mandate