The Federal Subsistence Board (Board) held a work session on July 17-18, 2017. During the July 17 portion of the meeting in Anchorage, the Board approved, with minor modifications, Regional Advisory Council Annual Report Replies, […]
by Carin Meyer As part of yesterday’s (July 13th) United Way of Mat-Su’s “Play 60” event held at the Curtis Menard Sports Center, eight talented students from Alaska Job Corps demonstrated important aspects of Alaska […]
by Peter Twitchell The majority of people in villages still depend solely on their subsistence way of life. For most of us today, it is crucial to eat subsistence foods to maintain good health practices. […]
• On 7/8/17 at or around 330pm EMTs responded to a medical emergency involving alcohol. EMTs treated and transported the patient to the hospital. • On 7/8/17 at or around 4pm EMTs responded to the […]
by Greg Lincoln Congratulations to our athletes and cultural ambassadors who participated in this year’s World Eskimo Indian Olympic events. Opening day started off with the five events including the Race of the Torch that […]
DILLINGHAM— During the middle of a strong fishing run (July 11th), the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to withdraw the protections for Bristol Bay that the region’s tribal governments and others have been working toward […]
Judgments John Wharton, 39 4th Degree Assault 30 Days, 1 Yr. Prob. Charlie Chikoyak, 32 4th Degree Criminal Mischief 5 Days, 1 Yr. Prob. Joseph David Evan, 20 Driving Under the Influence $1500, 3 Days, […]
Baby Rainier Iyana Leary happily watches his mom Audrey cut salmon by the Kuskokwim River in Napaimute on July 2nd.