The City of Bethel could soon lose nearly half its police force following a new vaccine mandate.
To keep up local employment, Kwik’pak Fisheries pivoted last summer when the chum runs started dropping. If workers couldn’t catch food, they could grow it.
According to a trooper affidavit, a social media post threatened “deadly force upon the Chefornak Village Council, YKHC, and to all who are behind mass distribution of vaccinations.”
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Restaurants are welcoming more diners as COVID-19 restrictions relax, driving greater demand for salmon.
Nelson said lighting up the runway is just another example of the community coming together.
Nearly 3 months after water plant fire, National Guard meets with Tuluksak tribal leaders about next steps
During the meeting, council members shared their current needs and discussed potential spring flooding.
Daris Larson of Nunapitchuk, age 37, is being charged with attempted murder in the first degree.
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game projects a biomass of 236,700 tons — the highest forecast since 1993, when the state started to use its current forecasting method.
The victim, whose name has not yet been released, was medevaced to Bethel and is reportedly in stable condition.