Inside Bethel News

City’s Sewer Lagoon dredging project makes progress

by John Sargent The City of Bethel is making progress on its Sewer Lagoon Rehabilitation Project, which entails dredging the primary lagoon cell and repairing the sheet pile jetty. This article tells the dredging story. […]

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Betti’s Oriental Chicken Salad

by Millie Bentley Greetings. A few weeks ago we published Diana’s Ramen Salad. This one is similar and just as good. Years ago (more than ten) Betti Cuddy sent me a recipe to share with […]

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Yuut Elitnaurviat receives ANE Grant for nursing program

by Yuut Staff On a Friday afternoon in late September Yuut Elitnaurviat got the kind of call that every nonprofit hopes for. It was Senator Murkowski’s office personally notifying them that they were one of […]

Chasing the Ambulance

Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending October 20

• On 10-13-17 at 11:30 p.m. Firefighters responded to Ridgecrest Drive for the report of an intoxicated person unable to stand. The patient was assessed and transported to the hospital. • On 10-13-17 at 4:17 […]

Cop Shop

State of Alaska District Court in Bethel October 16 – 19

Judgments Joseph Woods, 22 2nd Degree Harassment 1 Yr. Prob. Eric Small, 31 Alcohol Beverages Transported by Common Carrier $200, 1 Yr. Prob. Moses Jenkins, 30 4th Degree Assault 130 Days, 2 Yrs. Prob. Galen […]

Delta Lifestyles

State declares Alaska’s Tribes as sovereign entities

Attorney General issues AG Opinion on Tribal Sovereignty Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth issued a formal Attorney General Opinion today (Oct. 20th, 2017) on the topic of tribal sovereignty. The Opinion outlines the laws and cases […]

Inside Bethel News

Dyment, Warriors grind out wins in Fairbanks

by Tommy Wells Thomas Dyment worked his way to a 7-0 record over the weekend and helped the Bethel Regional High School Warriors roll to a third-place finish at the Battle in the Interior. The […]

Delta Lifestyles

AFN 2017 Citizen of the Year and Denali Award Winners

by the Alaska Federation of Natives Every year AFN honors those who have made outstanding contributions to their families and the Native community. Each year, the Citizen of the Year award recognizes the contributions of […]

Letters to the Editor

Moose Game limit in Unit 21E over the limit of Sport Hunters

Dear Commissioner Sam Cotten, There definitely has to be a change to keep track of Sport hunters hunting in Game Unit 21E. As far as I know there is a cap of Sport Hunters allowed, […]


The Right Addiction

by Tad Lindley You know the house of Stephanas…that they have addicted themselves to the ministry of the saints. (I Corinthians 16:15) Webster’s New World Dictionary defines “to addict” as “to give oneself up to […]


Andrew, Sallison lead Nunapitchuk to Napaskiak Invite crown

by Tommy Wells Nathan Andrew and Anthony Sallison headlined a list of five Nunapitchuk wrestlers to finish in the top five in their respective weight classes and helped spur the Wolves to the team title […]

Delta Lifestyles

Historic agreement signed by Tribal Organizations and the State of Alaska

“The Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact” Will Help Endangered Children Across Alaska Earlier today (October 19th, 2017), Alaska Governor Bill Walker used an appearance at the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage to […]


For Sale

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Napaimute brings new industry, reforestation to the TKC Region

by Lisa Feyereisen, Native Village of Napaimute From the salmon running up our rivers, the moose foraging in our lands and the berries bursting from the tundra, people in the Middle Kuskokwim have long recognized […]


Lady Warriors to host Western Conference tourney

by Tommy Wells The Bethel Regional High School Lady Warriors will treat resident of the yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to some of the state’s top 3A volleyball this weekend when they play host to the 2017 Western […]

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Family Coastal Adventure

“My dad Billy Teeluk is 68 years old and he finally caught a bearded seal in years,” said Sarah Peterson. “My mom Sally also had fun picking qerqaat. Mice usually dig these up and bring […]