October 2012

Trials began today for 24 fishermen who allegedly fished on the Kuskokwim River with salmon nets when they were restricted this past summer. The fishermen are from different villages along the Kuskokwim River but they are all being charged with the same thing: fishing with nets greater than 6 inch mesh when it was closed to nets that size.
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Trials start Monday for subsistence fishermen cited for fishing on the Kuskowim River during closures this past summer. Twenty-four fishermen pled not guilty to charges that they fished with salmon nets when the river was closed to salmon fishing.
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This edition of ‘Talk Line” was hosted by Zach Fansler and Joe Moses. Topics for this show included fuel prices, Calista Corporation, alcohol use in Bethel, the proper use of your P.F.D., and the possibility of putting a stoplight in Bethel after future construction.

Tune in, and call in, to “Talk Line” live every Friday from 10-11AM on 640AM KYUK.

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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Chinook Symposium is over, but many questions about king salmon linger unanswered. Many presenting researchers said they did not know much about salmon once they get into the ocean and want to do more research to find out. All that new research will cost money, and where that will come from is also a big question. Read more →

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In a span of two days, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, officers with the Western Alaska Alcohol and Narcotics Team, or WAANT, seized some 30 bottles of alcohol bound for dry villages in five separate incidents. Read more →

Alaska State Troopers in Bethel are investigating credit card fraud in two separate cases. The first incident allegedly took place at the Tundra Center in Bethel. Troopers identified a suspect who allegedly used multiple credit cards to make about $1,800 dollars in illegal charges.
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