For Sale

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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 […]


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 […]


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 […]

Inside Bethel News

Calls for service to Bethel PD for summer months

Here is a report of calls made to the Bethel Police Department for the months of May, June, and July this summer. May There were 1,524 calls for service the month of May. This is […]


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” […]

Speak Your Mind

Threats to our survival as a People

by Gloria Simeon As fall approaches, I am filled with gratitude that once again, we were able to harvest from our land and rivers and reap the blessings we have been granted. At the same […]

Village Telegraph

Students make traditional sod house in Kongiganak

The Kongiganak Youth to Work participants built a traditional mud/sod house with guidance from Instructor and M/W Joe Joseph. For insulation, they put blocks of sod and moss on the sides and some on the […]

Cop Shop

State of Alaska District Court in Bethel August 3 – 10

Judgments George R. Amukon, 52 Disorderly Conduct, Resist/Interfere Arrest 15 Days Jamie R. White, 26 Import Alcohol – Dry Area $1500, 3 Days, 1 Yr. Prob. Brittany L. Martins, 24 Violate Conditions of Release $50 […]

Chasing the Ambulance

Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending August 10

• On 08-03-18 at 7:50 p.m. medics responded to Front Street for the report of an intoxicated person who was unable to stand. The patient was assessed by medics, but was transported to the YKHC […]

Inside Bethel News

Court agrees with State that Salmon Initiative is Unconstitutional

The Alaska Supreme Court ruled today (Aug. 8th) that Ballot Measure 1—also known as the Stand for Salmon initiative—is unconstitutional because it makes an unconstitutional appropriation of state resources. The Court directed the Division of […]

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 […]


Phelan leads Warriors to 4th at season-opening meet

by Tommy Wells Thomas Phelan kicked off the 2018 cross-country season with an impressive performance on Saturday afternoon and helped spur the Bethel Regional High School Warriors to a fourth-place finish at the Kuskokwim Classic […]

Inside Bethel News

Supreme Court alters Ballot Measure 1 language

by Yes for Salmon The Alaska Supreme Court today (Aug. 8th, 2018) asked the Lieutenant Governor to remove two sentences from Measure 1 and then put the measure on the November 6 ballot. While the […]