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AVCP's Regional Energy Workshop set for Oct. 3

The Department of Economic & Energy Development for the Association of Village Council Presidents is hosting a Regional Energy Workshop on October 3rd, 2016 in Bethel at the Cultural Center. The energy workshop will have federal, state, and...

Steel Salmon & Raven Auction reset for Oct. 1

Let the bidding begin ... again. Due to renovations at the YPCC Cultural Center, the annual Kuskokwim Art Guild’s Steel Salmon & Raven Auction was rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1. “The renovations at the cultural center are nearly complete,”...

Iñupiaq artist turns an extended performance into museum show

Iñupiaq artist Allison Warden has turned a long-running performance into a major spectacle at the Anchorage Museum. A multimedia installation and two-month performance by Warden takes the form of an ...

Tribal leaders meet with feds on opioid abuse

\ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — American Indian tribal leaders from northern New Mexico — an area of the country devastated by heroin and opioid addiction — met with the U.S. Justice Department over ways to combat opioid abuse amid high overdose...

Parka sewing class begins in October

A Fur Parka Sewing class will begin in October and run through March 2017. The class will be instructed by Mary Anaver and Eula David. The cost for the class is $250. Supplies for the class are included. For more information contact Laura at...

Dillingham man charged in connection with 2015 murder

On Sept. 20, 2016, 36-year-old Dillingham resident Brian V. Clark was indicted for the 2015 murder and robbery of 55-year-old Dillingham resident Ella Olsen. On Feb. 7, 2015, at approximately 5:05 p.m., the Dillingham Police Department received a...

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PFD payments drop to $1,022 this October

ANCHORAGE (AP) — Most every Alaskan will be just over a thousand dollars richer next month. Last Friday, Alaska Gov. Bill Walker’s office announced the amount of this year’s Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) payout as $1,022. The checks will be...

Bethel teams sending 10 to state XC meet

When the runners in the 2016 Lower Kuskokwim School District Cross Championship lined up at the starting line at the Bethel Sand Pit on Saturday morning, all of the pre-race favorites - Bethel’s Dorothy Bukowski, Tununak’s Amanda Kanrilak and...

Bethel girls place 2nd at ACS Round-Robin

The Bethel Regional High School Lady Warriors continued their push toward the upcoming Western Conference tournament this past weekend with a solid outing at the ACS Round-Robin Smackdown in Anchorage. The team won three games at the two-day event...

Cordovans look to restart tanner crab fishery

Cordovans are hoping to revive a longlost Tanner crab fishery in Prince William Sound as a step toward keeping the town’s waterfront working year-round. The crab fishery produced up to 14 million pounds in the early 1970s and had declined to...

'Little Bug' is about to give us a 'Jewel'

Here it is near the end of September and there’s plenty of action going on around our house. Football is in full swing ... and I highly encourage you to get out and support the Seward Seahawks as they prepare for the postseason. In addition to...

BBAHC opens dental facility in Dillingham

On Friday, Sept. 23, the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation (BBAHC) unveiled a new, state-of-the-art dental health facility and administrative complex in Dillingham. Located on the grounds of the Kanakanak Hospital, the facility is the newest...

 
 
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