Jayson Koblun, Author at Two Row Times
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Jayson Koblun

  • Catherine Powless, owner of Java Joe’s coee shop in the
Grand River Employment and Training Centre in Ohsweken,
said she loves getting to know her customers and taking their
suggestions. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Fresh coffee, fresh ideas and fresh home-cooked food

    SIX NATIONS – Catherine Powless bought Java Joe’s Coffee Shop last year in October and has loved every minute of running the business since. “I bought it because I knew I could handle it,” said Catherine. “I’m smart enough to run it and I know how to cook.” Java...
  • Twenty-seven-year-old Peter Khill is charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Jon Styres, 29, of Ohsweken. Submitted photo

    Preliminary hearings finish up

    After a week of hearing from witnesses, preliminary hearings are clueing up for the case against Peter Khill, the 27-year-old man charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of 29-year-old Jon Styres in February 2016. Two more court dates are set for Khill—May 31 and June 2,...
  • Preliminary hearings for Peter Khill begin

    Preliminary hearings for Peter Khill begin

    HAMILTON – A preliminary hearing began Tuesday for a 27-year-old Glanbrook man charged with second-degree murder in connection to the death of 29-year-old Jon Styres of Ohsweken in February 2016. A publication ban prevents evidences presented in court to be printed until after the trial is complete. The accused, 27-year-old...
  • Staff and members of the Six Nations Supported Employment program (SNSE) at Community Living celebrated with Cindy Lalonde last week for having reached the 20-year milestone of working at Community Living Six Nations (Ronatahskats). Staff congratulated Lalonde with short speeches, plaques, a homemade card, a great home-cooked lunch and a gift that is still on its way. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Celebrating 20 years with Community Living

    OHSWEKEN – Cindy Lalonde reached the 20-year milestone of working at Community Living Six Nations (Ronatahskats) last month. She celebrated with staff and friends last week. “We wanted to show Cindy that we appreciate her years of service here,” said Joel Jamieson, employment consultant for Community Living Six Nations....
  • A delegation from the Six Nations Agricultural Society presented to SNEC on Tuesday night. From left to right: Dakota Brant, Michelle Bomberry, Rachel Hill. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Fall Fair back to September?

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Fair, or, Fall Fair, has been held in late August for the past few years and some community members are hoping to see it moved back to it’s original dates—the first week of September. A delegation from the Six Nations Agricultural Society, the organization...
  • Tiffany Wong (left) and Michael Wong (right) enjoying a free latte at this year’s Hamilton Coffee Festival. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Hamilton hipsters ‘espresso’ themselves at festival

    HAMILTON – From French Press to Chemex, Cold Brew to Standard Drip, there was a type of coffee for all coffee drinkers in Hamilton to enjoy at this year’s Hamilton Coffee Fair. Hundreds of Hamiltonians and visitors came to experience the fair downtown Hamilton on Sunday, March 5 at...
  • A Condolence Cane that Haudenosaunee Faithkeeper Leroy “Jock” Hill carved himself. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Living the Two Row project

    BRANTFORD – A new initiative developed by the Grand Erie District School Board is helping students and teachers live out some of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action. The initiative titled, “Living the Two Row” project kicked off on Friday, March 3 at Pauline Johnson Collegiate...
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    Get to know Santee

    BRANTFORD – Get up-close and personal with Santee Smith in Brantford next week. A mother, performer, producer, choreographer and designer from Six Nations, Smith is going to be a speaker at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts’ “Artist Speaker Series” in Brantford on Tuesday, March 14. The series...
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    Update on Mohawk Institute renovations

    BRANTFORD – Restorations at the Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford are well under way thanks to all the donations made to the Woodland Cultural Centre’s Save the Evidence campaign. “Woodland is currently in Phase 1 of the renovations, which is the repair of the roof,” said Jessica Powless,...
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    Choosing to Live Healthy and choosing to overcome

    SIX NATIONS – Five years after closing up her large-scale gym and downsizing her business, Personal Trainer Corey Garlow is ready to become the go-to-gym for personal training once again. “I used to have a fairly large gym in the village of Ohsweken,” said Corey, who is from Six...
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    Classic Customs takes the rust off and more

    SIX NATIONS – Darcy Powless has been repairing and restoring cars on Six Nations since 2010 and wants to continue serving the community and surrounding areas for years to come. Darcy is the owner of Classics to Customs Autobody on Six Nations and first got hooked into auto repairs and...
  • Bonnie Hill with her dad at TNT restaurant during a busy lunch hour. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    TNT’s food is still dynamite

    SIX NATIONS – The owners of TNT restaurant in Ohsweken are proud of their history, their loyal customers, and the awesome food they continue to serve up for the community. “We’ve been in business since 1989,” said Bonnie Hill, who is currently overseeing and running the fast-food restaurant in...
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