Let us eat Blueberry Cake

by Millie Bentley Greetings! Here is a Bethel-inspired recipe for Blueberry Cake from my friend Connie. You can use the tundra berries you have in the freezer if you have any left. It is well-worth […]


Death investigated in Pilot Station

A man in Pilot Station is deceased after being shot, said the Alaska State Troopers. On 4/13/17 at about 0029 hours, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a fatal shooting in Pilot Station. A Village […]

In our Native Land

Easter Sunrise Service

Easter Morning: The sun rises at 7:22am as members of the Alaska Moravian Church and others gather together for the Easter Sunrise Service on Resurrection Sunday. Leading the service is Pastor Timothy Samson, originally of […]

Inside Bethel News

The Last Mile

by Rep. Zach Fansler April 14, 2017 Dear Friends, Spring weather has arrived in Juneau and the 90th day of the regular session will be here tomorrow. I am proud to say the State House […]


Traditional Values

by Peter Twitchell When I looked up “values” it means: principles, standards, morals, ethics, ideals, and when we talk about traditional values it could include these Tlingit Values: Respect for self and others including Elders, […]

Inside Bethel News

Easter Egg Hunt Bike Winner

Bike Winner: Nevah Valadez found the egg that won her a bike at the annual Easter Egg Hunt sponored by the Bethel Lions Club. With her is her dad Joey and the Lions Club Lion […]

Village Telegraph

Calista Corporation adds $1,000 Enrollment Drawing

by Thom Leonard Total Applications Received Exceed 8,000 Calista Corporation announces a fifth cash drawing for enrollment applications. Enrollment continues for Descendants of original Shareholders and missed enrollees. The new drawing is to encourage as […]

In our Native Land

Resurrection Sunday

The St. Sophia Russian Orthodox faithful gather on Easter Sunday morning for Pascha in Bethel. The congregation prepares to take holy communion and to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.

Village Telegraph

2017 Kuskokwim River Chinook Salmon Outlook

This is an announcement from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Bethel for salmon fishermen in the Kuskokwim River Drainage. Chinook Salmon Forecast The […]


Charlie leads Gold to all-star romp

by Tommy Wells Kia Charlie went into the 2017 Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches 2017 Class 1A/2A Senior All-Star Game as one of the state’s most recognizable players. Fresh from leading the Scammon Bay Lady […]

Inside Bethel News

For Sale

  Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. JHMW Plastic sled runners. 543-2379. (11)(3/1-cnx) FOR SALE 300 Gallon Plastic Water Tanks in stock. Call Shorty at Shorty’s Shop for pricing. 543-3158 or 545-3157 (19)(9/18-cnx) 18’ SSV Lund with […]

Village Telegraph

Appeal hearing to be held

The City of Bethel, Board of Adjustment per Bethel Municipal Code Title 18, will hold an appeal hearing on the Planning Commission’s decision to deny a Conditional Use Permit application submission from Steve Chung, Tundra […]


What Do You Worship?

by Tad Lindley I saw the Grateful Dead at Pine Knob in Detroit Michigan in 1988. We had floor seats, and I stood on my chair and danced through both sets, as did the thousands of […]

Inside Bethel News

GCI donates to BSAR, helps support emergency services

GCI presented the Bethel Search and Rescue with a $5,000 donation yesterday, which will help support the organization’s life-saving search and rescue missions in Bethel and surrounding villages. “Bethel Search and Rescue works tirelessly to […]