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Living with hope

by Greg Lincoln Each day we have tasks that must be completed and there are things that we must do to keep things moving, things that need to be done. I have found that every […]

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Taste the Mayo

by Tad Lindley Growing up Mom was paranoid about mayonnaise going bad. My memory could be exaggerating it, but it seemed like if the jar of Hellman’s Real mayonnaise (we never used Miracle Whip) ever […]

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Caribou Stew in the Crock Pot

by Millie Bentley Greetings! Now is a good time for a crock pot recipe. When I first experienced the joy of crock pot cooking I lived in La Honda, California – an hour drive home […]

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Parenting Styles

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury Question: Are there styles of parenting that are more effective than others? The best-known research to date was based on studies of preschool children and their parents by Diana Baumrind at […]

Village Telegraph

Tundra Blackberriess

The husband and wife team of Jonathan and Jessica Alexie of Quinhagak had a successful day of picking blackberries last Wednesday. They went home with 30 gallons of tan’gerpiit that they picked from Agaalik.

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For Sale

Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. UHMW 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 60 […]

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Kuskokwim Fish News

by the KRITFC Staff August 24, 2018 Happy fall-time! The summer of 2018 has been a summer of bounty for most people on the Kuskokwim. Many friends and neighbors have enjoyed the plentiful salmon season […]

Letters to the Editor

No to Stand For Salmon

I am writing this brief article related to the “Stand for Salmon” ballot initiative that will be voted on this November by ALL ALASKANS. This is my opinion and my opinion only! First, I want […]

Heard it in the Steam House

Free spay, neuter, vaccinations for pets

Alaska Native Rural Veterinary, Inc. is holding a free spay, neuter, vaccination and wellness exam clinic at the Community Centers in Napakiak on August 22 and Napaskiak August 23, and Tuluksak on August 24 at […]

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Golden Salmon Cakes

by Millie Bentley Greetings. Let’s go straight to the kitchen for this recipe. For those of you who have some leftover salmon and you love fish cakes, here is an easy recipe for salmon cakes. […]

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For Sale

Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. UHMW 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 60 […]

From The Editor

Seeking patience

by Greg Lincoln We must have the patience of Job. When someone is in deep grief and mourning, it is our task if we so desire to help, to support them through their suffering. I […]

Village Telegraph

HUD awards grant to Napakiak to replace boat dock

Native village’s 363 residents depend on hovercraft for delivery of food, water & other essential supplies. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded a $449,000 “imminent threat” grant under its Indian Community […]

Village Telegraph

Bethel Family Clinic Grand Opening

by Deborah L. White The Bethel Family Clinic has celebrated the grand opening of the new facility on August 15, 2018. The ribbon cutting was attended by the Board of Directors and staff. Participating in […]

Inside Bethel News

A Taste of Bethel is a food lovers dream

by K.J. Lincoln The second annual Taste of Bethel celebration of foods from different cultures was a hit. The aromas of different culinary dishes filled the air as food lovers flocked to the Yupiit Piciryarait […]

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Culture and Heritage

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury This past week, a client brought this topic to my attention, so after discussing it, I said I would resubmit this previously written article on the topic of culture and heritage. […]

Delta Lifestyles

Successful Backhauling in Akiak

by Akiak EPA IGAP Staff It all started back in May and into June when the Tribal Landfill Operator trained EPA/IGAP crew and began staging the landfill in preparation for backhauling. All Freon was first […]

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A good role model inspires

by Peter Twitchell Bethel needs thinkers and planners who can let the wheels of school buses bring our children safely to and from school. Kusko Cab has a new fleet of suburbans, and they have […]

In our Native Land

Wildlife Troopers continue fisheries enforcement

by DPS Staff Alaska Wildlife Troopers are continuing their enforcement and patrol actions at commercial and personal use fisheries across the state. Recent patrol and surveillance efforts yielded a significant number of citations and charges […]

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Jesus was Buff

by Tad Lindley I am so sick of seeing these limp-wristed pantywaist Jesus paintings and drawings. Jesus was buff. Instead, a lot of artists have presented an effeminate Jesus. Far from the rough, tanned hands […]

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For Sale

Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. UHMW 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 60 […]

Letters to the Editor

We need every Inuk

On the occasion of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the UN has identified the theme of “Indigenous peoples’ migration and movement.” For Inuit in the Arctic, though we were originally a nomadic people, experiencing migration and movement […]

From The Editor

Life goes on

by Greg Lincoln It is the strangest thing. When we who are so destined by fate to be the ones to bear the loss of a beloved one, the world continues to revolve around the […]

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Delicious Blueberry Crumble

by Millie Bentley Greetings! Can you take one more blueberry recipe? I heard that blueberries are abundant in the Bethel area this year. Here’s a delicious recipe to use for those berries. You can use […]

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Share the joy of life with others

by Peter Twitchell Lift up the face of your people (LUTFOYP)! You can do this by furthering your education, maintaining your job, raising a healthy family, being a good aunt or uncle, stewarding on land […]

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Signs You Might Be Addicted

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 […]

Delta Lifestyles

Greetings from Russia

by Vicki Malone July 10,2018: I am in Suzdal, Russia, two and a half hours by train from Moscow. Our Russian/American hosts, Marina and Phil, insisted my daughter, Rosie’s family and I see “the real” […]

Village Telegraph

School districts gain new tool to fill vacancies

Governor signed a bill, Aug. 10th, allowing school districts to temporarily fill vacancies with qualified retired teachers. SB 185, sponsored by Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Soldotna), provides school districts with an additional staffing option until a […]

Village Telegraph

The Color of Summer

Aubrey “Paningayak” Simon, age 6, of Quinhagak was so eager to help pick she happily filled 3 pint sized bags of ripened salmonberries from Siniq on July 30, 2018.

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Tundra Blueberry Bars

by Millie Bentley Greetings. Here’s a recipe using the wonderful Tundra blueberries that are now ripe. No, the thing is to enjoy a treat like this once in a while IN MODERATION. If I could […]

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Common Raven Tulukaruq

by Frank Keim Ever wondered why the Raven is called Tulukaruq in Yup’ik? Well, all it takes is a little imagination and a little twisting and turning of your tongue, mouth and vocal cords, and […]

Delta Fishin’ Report

Yukon Whitefish

This large Yukon Whitefish is almost as big as Louisa Nickoli of Russian Mission. The fish was caught and photographed with Louisa on June 3rd, 2018.

Village Telegraph

Summer Basketball Trip

City league basketball teams from Pilot Station, traveling home from attending a tournament in Kotlik, would like to encourage everybody to always wear their life jacket when riding in the boat. Back Row – Rodney […]

Letters to the Editor

Seattle Seahawks visit thanks

Dear Delta Discovery, I wanted to send a big “thank you” to the Bethel community for hosting the Seattle Seahawks in mid-July. It was made possible by the generous contributions from Alaska Airlines, Calista Corporation, […]

In our Native Land

Yukon River peregrine falcon’s recovery

by Ned Rozell “She’s starting to wail,” Chris Florian says, referring to the worrisome shriek of a peregrine falcon across the river. Florian, her biologist husband Skip Ambrose and I are sitting on warm gravel […]

Heard it in the Steam House

Future Delta Nurses Fund

by BCSF Staff Bethel Community Services Foundation is excited to announce the addition of the Future Delta Nurses Fund to our growing lineup of funds. BCSF and its funds are dedicated to community growth and […]

Inside Bethel News

Change in service for LKSD bus transportation

by Ed Pekar, Director Dear Members of our Bethel Learning Community, This initial communication is to inform you of a change in service for bus transportation. The Lower Kuskokwim Board has authorized the District to […]

In our Native Land

Berries and Tundra Cotton

It is salmonberry season and Ava Howard of Akiachak filled her bucket while berry picking last week with her family at the mouth of the Atmautluak River.

Inside Bethel News

TCC region has new drug detection K9

Naja is the drug detection K9 purchased through generous donations from the tribes within the Tanana Chiefs Conference and from individuals for the Fairbanks Alaska State Troopers Drug Unit. Naja completed training recently and is […]

Heard it in the Steam House

Calista Corporation Board elects new officers

by Thom Leonard Per bylaws, officers elected following annual meeting. The Calista (cha-LIS-tuh) Corporation Board of Directors elected officers following the successful Annual Meeting of Shareholders. Each officer serves a one-year term. Robert Beans is […]

Delta Fishin’ Report

Kuskokwim salmon fishing update

This is an announcement from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Bethel for subsistence fishermen in the Kuskokwim Area. This subsistence fishery announcement was supported by the Kuskokwim River Salmon Management Group at […]

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Native Village of Eklutna celebration

by Peter Twitchell The Native Village of Eklutna celebrated its Biennial Dena’ina Athabascan Potlatch/Powwow July 28-29, 2018. As I shared in the Athabascan cultural event, it became a personal moment for me. My uncles Timothy […]

From The Editor

The calm before the storm

by Greg Lincoln The things that we do while we are grieving are really for us, for our own healing of the mind and heart. We believe with all our being that we are doing […]

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For Sale

Hitzer Amish built woodstoves. UHMW 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 60 […]

Letters to the Editor

Support for the Donlin Gold Mine Project

The Donlin Gold mine project represents the start of new opportunities for our children and grandchildren. As many of us have seen, the younger generations are denied the opportunity to provide for their families because […]

Village Telegraph

Marina’s Chinook

Jacob Isaac and his daughter Marina caught this Yukon King Salmon near Marshall on July 8th, 2018 during a commercial fish opening.

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Seizures

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury Question: Almost every week the medics in Bethel respond to someone having a seizure. What is a seizure and how does it affect our mental health? Answer: Diagnosis and treatment of […]

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Blueberry Kuchen

by Millie Bentley Greetings. Many years ago Jack Martin (Papa Jack) and I visited his mother, Molly, in Greeley, Colorado. We had a great time and had the privilege of meeting Molly’s mother in Windsor, […]