by Daniel McDonald The Alaska Legislature today (May 8th, 2018) took the single most important step to stabilize Alaska’s economy and protect the Permanent Fund for generations. The Legislature approved Senate Bill 26, which limits […]
by Jon Cochrane Children want to feel included. It starts on the playground and grows as their social circles widen. A way adults can help foster financial inclusion is by helping them develop an understanding […]
by 2nd Lt. Marisa Lindsay FORT BENNING, Georgia — Ten Alaskans earned their place within the ranks of the Alaska Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment, as infantry Soldiers after graduating from the […]
Brayden Kyle “Puk’aq” Friendly caught his first White-Fronted Goose on April 23, 2018 at Nunapigpak. Brayden is 5 years old and is from the village of Tuntutuliak.
by K.J. Lincoln Kuskokwim Learning Academy Principal Lori Stafford could not be prouder of her 14 graduates. “As a group they represent Team KLA,” she said. Each one of them delivered speeches at their milestone […]
The 2018 Bethel Wrestling Club regular season has come to an end and we would like to express our thank you’s to the following organizations and volunteers. Prime Sponsor: Donlin Gold Prime Sponsor: Bethel Volunteer […]
by Frank Keim Listen carefully high above you in spring (and sometimes even in fall) and you may be lucky enough to hear the Wilson’s snipe’s haunting winnowing call, woo-woo-woo-woo. You won’t mistake this sound […]
Gustan Lawrence Green-Smith Jr., “Ackaq”was born on April 2, 2018 at 12:14pm at the Providence Hospital to parents Loretta Smith and Gustan Green. When we first found out about the pregnancy we tried to feed […]