Jayson Koblun, Author at Two Row Times
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Jayson Koblun

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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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    Grand River Spa: take the journey

    SIX NATIONS – Nestled on 23-acres of beautifully manicured and maintained grounds, Six Nations’ Grand River Spa is a luxurious escape for anyone looking to relax and unwind. “We offer massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, body wraps, make-up services, hair-styling and more,” said Andrea Carvalho, manager of the spa. Carvalho...
  • Six Nations Police presented a cheque of $2,000 to Kawenni:io/Gaweni:yo school on Monday, January 30 to help the school purchase sports equipment. With the donation students at the school will be better suited to practise various sports and also be able to participate in the police service’s PALS program. The program has been running on Six Nations since 1992. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    SN Police encourage youth sports at Kawenni:io

    SIX NATIONS – Grade 7 and Grade 8 students at Kawenni:io/Gaweni:yo school will finally be able to participate in the Six Nations Police PALS program thanks to a donation from the police department and a determined teacher from Six Nations. Community Service Officer Janna Miller and a group of...
  • Taking five seconds to check or respond to a text message while travelling at 90 kilometres per hour means you’ve travelled the length of a football field blindfolded. Submitted photo

    Driving? Don’t text

    SIX NATIONS – Countless people text and drive every day, despite the dangers involved. Taking five seconds to check or respond to a text message while travelling at 90 kilometres per hour means you’ve travelled the length of a football field blindfolded; drivers who text while behind the wheel...
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    RBC celebrates 25 years by donating $25,000

    OHSWEKEN – The Royal Bank of Canada Ohsweken branch (RBC) has been helping Six Nations keep money circulating within the community for 25 years. The bank celebrated its 25th anniversary by donating $25,000 to the new youth and elder centre. “Having the branch on the reserve ensures economic development,”...
  • Todd Monture, owner of C & S Water Systems (left) stands with members of the team. C & S Water has been in business since 1994. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    C & S Water: to Serve and Refresh

    SIX NATIONS – Todd Monture keeps his business as simple as he can simply because it works. “We keep it simple here. Simple works,” said Todd, owner of C & S Water Systems in Six Nations. Todd and his team have been distributing water to Six Nations and other...
  • MISCA 1: Carolyn King (left) is a former chief of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation and she spoke at a day-long conference held at McMaster University on Monday, January 9 titled, the Effects of Colonization. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    We were here and we’re still here: the lingering effects of colonization

    HAMILTON – Colonization has had lingering effects throughout the years and still makes an impact on indigenous communities and people today. The McMaster Indigenous Student Community Alliance (MISCA) recognizes this and held a day-long conference on Monday, January 9 at McMaster University titled, the Effects of Colonization. Keynote speakers,...
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    It’s a girl! Meet Six Nations’ New Year’s Day baby!

    SIX NATIONS – Meet Six Nations’ New Year’s Day baby! Shannon Henry and Shawn VanEvery are pleased to announce the birth of their sixth child, born on January 1, 2017 at 10:16 in the morning. “We haven’t named her yet because we were honestly expecting another boy,” said Shannon....
  • The Grade 5 and Grade 6 class at Emily C. General Elementary School raised the most food items during the school’s annual food drive and won a pizza party. Together the school raised more than 400 food items that will be donated to the Six Nations Community Food bank. Photo by Jayson Koblun

    Elementary school students donate to SN food bank

    OHSWEKEN – More people in need of food for the holidays will be helped this year thanks to students from Emily C. General Elementary School. Students raised more than 400 food items for the Six Nations Community Food Bank during their annual Christmas food drive. “The kids raised more...
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    MJ’s Diner: three and a half years and still going strong

    NEW CREDIT – If you’re craving a homemade, tasty, and better than the average diner meal, served in a friendly, clean environment, MJ’s Diner is the place to go. Rhonda Johnson first wet her feet in the food industry when she started up a small catering side-business several years...
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    HDI class action held until next year

    HAMILTON – A lawsuit launched in September by Six Nations’ Bill Monture and Wilfred Davey against Aaron Detlor, Hazel Hill, Brian Doolittle and Elvera Garlow, and the board members of the Haudenosaunee Development Institute (HDI) or its numbered corporate entities has been postponed again until early next year. Monture...
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