Yup’ik leader, Dr. Paul John of Toksook Bay gave a lecture at the Kuskowim Campus in Bethel last week. In part three of our series on his lecture, we will hear some of his thoughts about parenting and how to support others with alcoholism. KYUK’s Sophie Evan has more.
33-year-old David Hoelscher, of Hooper Bay has been charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of a village woman.
For months the fate of the Armory, which has one of the only gyms in city, has been up in the air. The National Guard has said it will demolish the building if it cannot sell or lease it away.
There are two and a half weeks left in the Alaska legislative session and one thing lawmakers continue to debate is education funding. Governor Parnell does not want to raise the Base Student Allocation—the money that goes to schools per student–and Y-K Delta lawmakers are fighting an uphill battle to find support.
If you are a hard working collage student from any community within the KYUK listening area in the Yukon/Kuskokwim Delta or Bethel apply now for the Alexie Isaac Memorial Scholarship. If you know a hard working college student from the YK Delta or Bethel encourage him or her to apply now.
In September of every year the KYUK board of directors selects two hard working students to receive a $1,000 scholarship award.
This year, thanks to the generosity of our listeners during our Spring Fund Drive, we are able to offer a third $1,000 scholarship. That means three students could get $1,000 each for the coming school year’s expenses.
The deadline to apply is August 1st.
August 1st may seem far away but it’s only four months from now and the time will fly by fast.
Information and application forms can be found on the KYUK website on the Scholarship page.
Don’t delay, apply today!