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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Alaska Communications (NASDAQ: ALSK) is proud to announce it now supports the Kuspuk School District in rural Alaska. The company provides satellite-based internet service to the school district’s nine schools and main office, located on […]
by K.J. Lincoln The iconic “Stone People” on Nelson Island on Nialruq Mountain were recently destroyed by vandals, leaving a void on the trail between Toksook Bay and Tununak, and a bigger void in the […]
Jacob Isaac and his daughter Marina caught this Yukon King Salmon near Marshall on July 8th, 2018 during a commercial fish opening.
It is berry picking time. Seven year old Elizabeth Nicolai of Kasigluk fills her bucket full of 2018 salmonberries!
This large Chinook King Salmon was caught by Renae Pretty Keene of Akula while she was subsistence fishing on the Kuskokwim River.