It’s been four decades since Bethel had a liquor store, and for now, that will continue. The City Council voted Tuesday to protest two liquor store license applications.
The newest processing plant in Bristol Bay is about to go online this month. Trident Seafood’s multi-million dollar fishmeal plant should get a test run with Togiak herring.
Bethel is weighing a decision on the first liquor store in decades. In the shadow of the debate is a powerful and elaborate bootlegging economy.
A Bethel teen has started her own business, a women’s clothing consignment store in November, making her one of the community’s youngest entrepreneurs.
A privately-owned Cessna 185 airplane made an emergency landing at Nome’s City Field airport on Thursday afternoon.
A lethal strain of bird flu is wreaking havoc in the Lower 48, and a remote spot in Southwest Alaska may hold some clues.
The delegates will look at major changes to how the YK Delta is governed through four main resolutions under discussion.
One of the most vocal groups in the Y-K Delta, Yupiit Nation, recently met to hash out their vision of future governance in the region.
A new lawsuit has been filed against the state redistricting board. This time, it’s by the Alaska Democratic Party.
In a half-hour meeting on a Sunday afternoon, the Alaska Redistricting Board unanimously agreed on a new electoral map.