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Bethel Warriors dominate in Friday’s game against the Kotzebue Huskies on senior night in Kotzebue.

The Bethel Warriors may have started out slow against the Kotzebue Huskies, but they quickly picked up the pace, and ended the Friday night game on fire.The Huskies came out strong on Senior night, leading in the first quarter, but the Warriors were up 30-26 by the half. In the third quarter Kotzebue was able to tie it up with 38-38, but Bethel quickly regained the lead, as the Huskies ran into foul trouble. In the fourth, it seemed to be anyone’s game. The Huskies answered the Warriors’ shots with a strong fight, but it would not be enough to take the lead. Bethel ended the game 64-53 with the senior, Peyton Corbett leading in scoring with 16 points, and fellow senior, Taylor Hoffman not far behind, with 13 points scored.

KYUK will air live Lady Warrior basketball against the Kotzebue Lady Huskies Saturday, February 28 live on 640 AM at 7:30 p.m.

Representative Mike Hawker and House Speaker Mike Chenault at a press conference earlier this month. Photo by Skip Gray/360 North.

Representative Mike Hawker and House Speaker Mike Chenault at a press conference earlier this month. Photo by Skip Gray/360 North.

Two Republicans weighed in on the Governor’s controversial firing of the Bethel District Attorney at a press Conference in Juneau.
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Steve Boney is racing with Doug Dixon in the 2015 Iron Dog. Photo from irondog,org

Steve Boney is racing with Doug Dixon in the 2015 Iron Dog. Photo from irondog,org

Bethel’s Steve Boney and race partner Doug Dixon are in 13th place as the Iron Dog approaches the finish in Fairbanks. Team three is taking a 10-hour layover in Galena. They arrived at 9:37 this morning.
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Alaska State Troopers logo. Courtesy of AST

Alaska State Troopers logo. Courtesy of AST

State Troopers say there have been no arrests in a suspected homicide in Kotlik.
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YKHC consists of a regional hospital in Bethel, nine regional facilities and 47 village clinics. The corporation employs around 1,500 people and has an annual payroll of 70 million dollars.

YKHC consists of a regional hospital in Bethel, 9 regional facilities and 47 village clinics. The corporation employs around 1,500 people and has an annual payroll of 70 million dollars.

A bill that would transfer federal land to the Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation in Bethel passed out of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Wednesday.
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A picture of a loon swimming in open water by Marshall. Photo by Nick Andrew Jr

A picture of a loon swimming in open water by Marshall. Photo by Nick Andrew Jr

Yukon Kuskokwim residents report seeing waterfowl arriving earlier than usual this year, both to the north and south of Bethel.

Nick Andrew Jr. of the Lower Yukon village of Marshall posted a picture of a loon on Facebook Saturday, February 21st.

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2015 is predicted to be a below-average king salmon run. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

2015 is predicted to be a below-average king salmon run. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

The state is expecting a bigger run of king salmon on the Kuskokwim this summer, but still well below average. State managers say they expect strong conservation measures to continue in 2015 to ensure enough fish make it up the river to spawn. Leading up to the season, managers are seeking early input to make the season a success.

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Courtesy of USFWS

Courtesy of USFWS

Two men from the Lower Yukon village of Marshall face charges for harassing moose.

Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Bethel report they received video footage of an incident that allegedly took place earlier this month.
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troopers, alaska state troopersTroopers arrested three men in Emmonak after an alleged assault and struggle overnight that injured two people and a trooper.
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Greg Roczicka provides input about a new process for determining rural communities. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

Greg Roczicka provides input about a new process for determining rural communities. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

The Federal Subsistence Board is working to define “rural”. That’s critical for deciding who is eligible for the federal rural subsistence priority for taking fish and game on federal lands.
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