by Kathleen McCoy One year after completing her degree in natural sciences at UAA, Jasmine Gil stands at a crossroads. What comes next? The signpost in one direction reads medicine. Back when she started college […]
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announces an Emergency Order closure of the resident moose season in Zone 1 of the RM615 Kuskokwim moose hunt. The State resident season for bull moose by registration […]
In the first week of August, several hundred Pacific walruses were observed on a barrier island near the Native Village of Point Lay, a small, Iñupiaq community on the northwest coast of Alaska. This is […]
On September 7, 2017, the Office of Special Prosecutions charged 24 defendants for allegedly selling alcohol without a license in Bethel, a Class A Misdemeanor. The charges resulted from an undercover operation led by troopers […]
by Dr. Mikhail Malakhov It is with great satisfaction that I say to our friends in Anchorage, Bristol Bay and on the Kuskokwim River that the 2017 Russian Expedition to Alaska was successfully completed. The […]
The crescent moon hangs over the lights of Bethel while waiting for the solar eclipse that will take place on Aug. 21st. Jupiter shines brightly above it. Photo taken on Aug. 19th, 2017 at 4:43am.
by K.J. Lincoln The second E-Waste drive in Bethel made a lot of folks happy, happy to get rid of their old electronics in an environmentally conscientious way. The Association of Village Council Presidents through […]