Jim Windle, Author at Two Row Times
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Jim Windle

Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com
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    Detlor says he has “never represented” Confederacy

    SIX NATIONS – Legal counsel for the Haudenosaunee Development Institute denies he’s worked for the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council as their legal representative. In an email to the Two Row Times, Detlor wrote, “My client representation is confidential and held by my clients however with that said I am...
  • One thing that became clear during Friday’s GREAT Job Fair was the improving job opportunities available to job seekers in the Six Nations area. Forty-three potential employers took part in the Job Fair, most of whom were seeking immediate help. Others presented insight into careers outside of the skill trade market specifically and offering job opportunities in police services at every branch from Six Nations Police to the RCMP. Still others job openings in the broadcast industry and more. Photo by Jim Windle

    Job Fair a G.R.E.A.T success

    OHSWEKEN – Last Friday the Six Nations Community Hall became a meeting place for people looking for work and those with career and job openings. The Grand River Employment and Training (GREAT) Job Fair attracted 43 employers with a wide array of opportunities for job hunters on Six Nations...
  • Haodais Maracle is burning it up in the Arena Lacrosse League with the Six Nations Snipers. He has six goals and 20 assists for 26 points so far in six games. The Arena Lacrosse League replaced the former Canadian Lacrosse League as the premier, amateur winter league, in its first year of operation. Photo by Jim Windle

    Snipers getting stronger every day

    SIX NATIONS – After spotting the Peterborough Timbermen two early goals, the Six Nations Snipers came to life with goals by Torrey VanEvery and Layne Smith to pull even after the first quarter in Saturday night’s Arena Lacrosse League action played at the ILA Saturday. Haodais Maracle gave Six Nations a 3-2 lead...
  • The Six Nations Blackhawks Midgets earned Tournament Silver at the Millbrook Midget Midwinter Classic in Millbrook last weekend. They are: Coaching Staff: Chubb Smith, Jason Martin, Lyle Jonathan, Steve Montour. Players left to right are Brady Smith, Riley Martin, Braeden Elijah, Kendrew Jacobs, Sandy Porter, Reid Bomberry, Cecil Montour, Vaughn Montour, Rycol Davis, Briley Miller, Kenny Davis, Tanner Jonathan, and Jakes Smith. Absent for picture was Matts Miller. Submitted photo

    Midgets go silver in Millbrook

    MILLBROOK – Six Nations Midgets returned from the Hillbrook Midwinter Classic Hockey Tournament with a silver medal finish from among 24 teams from throughout Ontario. The tournament was held Feb. 10 to Feb. 12 and included a skills competition which Six Nations three of the five skills competed for...
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    Brantford Blast working overtime

    BRANTFORD – Even though the Hamilton Steelhawks are still at the bottom of the Allan Cup Hockey standings, they are no longer alone in the basement after game results from this past weekend. The Steelhawks very nearly shocked the Brantford Blast Friday night in Brantford taken the fourth-place holders to OT...
  • Christian Polillo slides in between Welland defenders in front of the Canadians crease in Saturday night’s 4-2 win. The Pro-Fit Corvairs are firmly in first place divisionally with four games remaining in the regular season. Photo by Jim Windle

    Corvairs get a “free-pass” in Thorold

    CALEDONIA – Welland goalie Blair Coffin kept it a close game for two and a half periods but he couldn’t do it all and that made the difference in the Caledonia Corvairs’ 4-2 win over the Welland Canadians, Saturday night at the Haldimand Centre Arena in Caledonia. Outshot 47-18 in the game, the...
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    RiverWolves stock Snipers 18-10

    PARIS – The Paris RiverWolves ran away from the Six Nations Snipers in Arena Lacrosse League action at the Syl Apps Arena, 18-10 Saturday to move into a three-way tie for first place between the Oshawa Outlaws, Six Nations Snipers. St Catharines ShockWave and Toronto Monarchs share the next plateau with...
  • The Brantford Blast were surprised 4-2 by the new Hamilton Steelhawks last week at the Brantford Civic Centre. This Friday night they will host the Thorold Athletics who are one point behind Brantford. Photo by Lyanphotography

    Blast slam into Steelhawks

    BRANTFORD – They didn’t see it coming, but the last place last place Hamilton Steelhawks had a taste of success Friday night by winning its fifth game of the Sr. AAA Allan Cup 4-2 over the third-place Brantford Blast at the Brantford and District Civic Centre. After Blast veterans Mark Taylor...
  • The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs, winners of the last three Sutherland Cup Championships, are poised to add another this spring. The history making franchise is showing no signs of weakening either. They have a record of 38-5-1-0 with 77 points and will likely end the regular season in first place. Submitted photo

    Pro-Fit Corvairs surprised by Ancaster

    CALEDONIA – Judging by the standings as the 2016 to 2017 regular season comes to an end the Caledonia Pro-Fir Corvairs should have a pretty easy time of it in the early rounds. Although it has not yet been determined who they will play, it seems that only the...
  • The Hagersville Hawks closed the 2016 to 2017 regular season with an 11-0 triumph over the Simcoe Storm, and hope to keep the ball rolling into the first round of the Jr. C Playoffs, which began Tuesday night in Hagersville against the Dunnville Jr. Mudcats, in a game that missed our print deadline. Friday Feb. 10th, Game No. 2 will be hosted by Dunnville with Game No. 3 of the Best-of Seven series going back to the Hagersville arena Saturday night, Feb. 11th. Monday, February 13th is set for Game No. 4 in Dunnville, and next Tuesday, January 14th, Game No. 5 will be played, if necessary, in Hagersville. Photo by Jim Windle.

    The real season begins for Hag-Hawks

    HAGERSVILLE – The Jr. C Hagersville Hawks and the Dunnville Jr. Mudcats opened in round one of the PJHL playoffs Tuesday night in Hagersville the results of which will miss our deadline, but if the regular season results can be trusted, the Hawks should have little trouble with the Mudcats, but...
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    Montour celebrates first NHL goal

    NHL – Any new NHL prospect wants to make the best impression when they are called up to the NHL, even if it’s a temporary stay. Six Nations Brandon Montour is no different and he made the best of the opportunity to impress. In his sixth game with the...
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    Detlor and Men’s Fire in court

    SIX NATIONS – HDI lawyer Aaron Detlor and Bill Monture and Wilfred Davey of the Men’s Fire met in court last week for the discovery phase of a suit filed against Detlor. This is not their first clash with Detlor. Several months ago, he was physically removed from his...
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