The fifth annual Educator Cultural Camp brought 20 teachers and administrators together for five days of boating, berry picking, and fishing.
Slow fall chum runs have kept subsistence fisherman from being too active on the Yukon River this past week, but as Chinook continue crossing the border, officials say their numbers are well above escapement goals.
Twenty-year-old Samuel Atchak was arraigned in Bethel Superior Court Tuesday morning.
Alaskans suffer at rates well beyond the national average in several mental health categories.
This summer 16-year-old Wallace Ungwiluk has a decision to make: stay home and try to win Gambell its first championship in 30 years or move to Seattle and get seen by college scouts.
Four communities affected by this spring’s poor walrus harvest will soon receive 10,000 pounds of halibut from a nonprofit that supplies seafood to hunger-relief efforts.
A possible vote on local option comes as the city appeals the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board’s rejection of their formal protest of Bethel Native Corporation’s liquor store application.
Calista says in a news release that Pohjola has done accounting work for Cook Inlet Tribal Council, NANA and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. She graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a degree in management and has been on Calista’s board since 1987.
According to charging documents Atchak said he placed Smart in a “choke hold” until she lost consciousness and he sexually assaulted her.
A report published by the US Army Corps of Engineers in March of this year tentatively selected Nome as the site of a proposed deep-draft port, the first Arctic port of its kind in the country.