Why Are They Worshipping Jesus?

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by Tad Lindley After the second time I got out of treatment I was really trying to do right, and so I went to a church that had a reputation for being a “born again” […]


Get involved in your community

September 28, 2017 0

by Peter Twitchell The privilege of serving your community is not to be taken for granted. I am saddened that our Bethel community lacks in local involvement when the opportunity to serve on the Bethel […]


Where does Psychology come from?

September 28, 2017 0

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury Question: Where does the study of psychology come from? Answer: The earliest origins of psychology are in the writings of the ancient Greek philosophers, particularly Aristotle. They wrote about the nature […]

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Stuart Okitkun May 30, 1983 – September 30, 2016

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Stuart Okitkun, “Allmaruaq,” was born May 30, 1983, in Anchorage. He is survived by his parents Robert and Cecilia Okitkun; partner Crystal Nanuk and their daughter, Shavonne Nanuk; siblings Rita Asgeirsson, Rosella (and Aaron) Hem, […]

In our Native Land

Geerdts to join Millsaps Training Facility in Georgia

September 28, 2017 0

by Heidi Geerdts I wanted to take this opportunity to share some details on an extraordinary experience that Diesel Geerdts will be embarking on this month. He has been offered a spot in the Millsaps Training […]

Inside Bethel News

Bethel’s City Council Candidates

September 28, 2017 0

by K.J. Lincoln The City of Bethel will hold a Regular Election Tuesday, October 3, 2017 for the purpose of electing candidates to the City Council and voting on Proposition Question 1. This year we […]


Alexie, Lincoln sprint to regional titles

September 28, 2017 0

by Tommy Wells Eugene Alexie and Reann Lincoln made sure their 2017 cross-country seasons were extended another week this past weekend with outstanding performances at the small school regional championships in Bethel. Alexie dominated the […]

Speak Your Mind

The importance of the positive and beneficial impact of Tribal Education

September 19, 2017 0

by Willie Kasayulie The Yupiaq had a system of education that took into account the universe of the human being, including respect for all renewable and non-renewable resources the Ellam Yua (Creator) created. The building […]

From The Editor

K9 troopers assist in sniffing out illegal drugs

September 19, 2017 0

by Greg Lincoln Back in 2006 Bethel had a drug sniffing dog named Sirius. This hardworking K9 served as a Trooper for the Alaska Bureau of Alcohol & Drug Enforcement Western Alaska Alcohol & Narcotics […]

Letters to the Editor

SJR 1 Resolution

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Dear Governor Walker, As you put together the October Special Session call, I’d like to encourage you to include a resolution that I have sponsored for several years, SJR 1. As you know, SJR 1 […]