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Snowmachiner found dead under sled near Nunapitchuk

NUNAPITCHUK, Alaska (KTUU) - A 63-year-old snowmachiner has been found dead underneath his sled 20 miles west of Nunapitchuk. Alaska State Troopers say they received a report of the death of Walter Lewis just after midnight Thursday. Lewis, who is from Chefornak, was reportedly hauling firewood beh


Minor earthquake, 3.3 mag has occurred near Alakanuk in Alaska

A minor earthquake with magnitude 3.3 (ml/mb) was reported 98 km N of Alakanuk, Alaska (61 miles) on Monday. Id of earthquake: ak18714666. Event ids that are associated: ak18714666. The 3.3-magnitude earthquake was detected at 14:34:11 / 2:34 pm (local time epicenter). Exact time and date of earthqu

EARTHQUAKENEWSTODAY.COM - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

At Impassioned Meeting On Alcohol Sales, Y-K Delta Residents Say "Enough Is Enough"

Ruth Evon speaks at a Listening Session at Bethel Regional High School on March 17, 2017. The meeting was organized by Rep. Tiffany Zulkosky in response to resolutions issued by Napaskiak and Marshall. Credit Courtesy of Claire Richardson. Elena Williams shook slightly as she spoke. She's from Napas

KYUK.ORG - 2018-03-20 04:03:23

Kasigluk Yuraq Tradition Dances Through The Generations

Kasigluk community dancer Levi Nicholas is the grandson of Wassillee Nicholas, one of the Kasigluk dancers to whom Cama-i 2018 is dedicated. Levi Nicholas is pictured here at the Cama-i Dance Festival on March 16, 2018 in Bethel, Alaska. Amara Freeman / KYUK The 2018 Cama-i Dance Festival was dedica

KYUK.ORG - 2018-03-20 01:29:42

Alaska tribe receives $10M in federal funds for trails

BETHEL, Alaska (AP) - An Alaska tribe on Nelson Island has received more than $10 million in federal funds to construct trails. KYUK-AM reported Tuesday that the Toksook Bay Tribe will build trails that run to the community of Nightmute, and along the coast to the fishing grounds at Umkumiut - an im


City Working Out Changes To Sales Tax Code Enforcement

Last night, leaders of Bethel's nonprofit agencies showed up in force again at the City Council meeting to express their concern about how the city plans to enforce the sales tax. Bethel Community Services Foundation Executive Director Michelle DeWitt laid out why they have problems with a letter t


First Alaskans Institute Helps Revive Yup'ik Traditional Qasgiq Teachings At Cama-i

For the first time ever, this year's Cama-i Dance Festival will have traditional Yup'ik talking and healing circles for men and women on opening day. KYUK's Christine Trudeau reports that the space will be ready tonight at Bethel Regional High School at 6 p.m. Several years ago, the First Alaskans I


Zulkosky Organizes Meeting To Discuss Alcohol's Impact On Villages

Representative Tiffany Zulkosky is flying back to Bethel for the Cama-i Festival this weekend, and she's bringing staffers from the governor's office with her. The group will discuss alcohol's impact on Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta villages at a "Listening Session" on Friday evening. The delegation arrivin


What Changes Do You Want When Bethel's Highway Gets Resurfaced?

Next summer Bethel's Chief Eddie Hoffman Highway will be upgraded, and here's your chance to let the state know how they could make the road better. The road was last resurfaced in 2006. Since then, bumps and potholes have warped the highway, and the pounding of ice, rain, and heavy trucks have take


City Lets Newly Hired Assistant Finance Director Go After Two Weeks

The City of Bethel's newly hired Assistant Finance Director was let go after just two weeks on the job. Abel Mangieb was hired on February 19 and terminated on Friday, March 2. "There were some things that were brought to our attention that caused us some concern," said Keith Henthorn, the City of


Native Village of Marshall passes resolution requesting State of Emergency declaration

Concern for the continued health, safety, and welfare of their people has driven the Native Village of Marshall Traditional Council to pass a resolution requesting the Governor Bill Walker to declare a state of emergency for villages totally without law enforcement, which includes their village of M


Meet Keith Henthorn, Bethel's New Human Resources Manager

A relatively new transplant to the City of Bethel, Keith Henthorn started as a local bus driver before taking the position of Human Resources Manager four months ago on November 8. KYUK's Municipal Reporter Christine Trudeau sat down with Henthorn yesterday to hear about the work ahead, and an upcom


Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending May 10

3-4-18 4:13 p.m. medics responded to the Pool for a person unknown reasons. Transported to the hospital. 3-6-18 2:27 p.m. medics responded to the Morgan House for a stabbing. BPD confirmed no stabbing. 3-6-18 4:50 p.m. medics responded to the area of Akakeek for a person unresponsive. CPR was ini