July 2014

Diane and Joe host another rousing edition of KYUK’s weekly call-in show.

A caller early in the program brought this idea to the forefront: “If people would take care of their dogs there would be no need for Bethel Friends of Canines.”

Other topics for this week’s show include upcoming Veterans affairs events, subsidizing water and sewer in Bethel, the upcoming ballot initiative on legalizing marijuana, and, once again, the most popular topic was subsistence versus commercial fishing regulations.

You can give your opinions and comments on “Talk Line” every Friday morning starting at 10AM on 640-AM KYUK. “Talk Line” is also available in a recorded encore edition every Friday evening starting at 7pm on 640-AM.

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FishCommercial fishing is on hold until at least next week as state managers assess Coho or silver salmon entering the Kuskokwim river. But the clock is ticking. After a summer of long Chinook salmon closures and a weak chum run, middle and upper river subsistence fishers eagerly await word about whether the federal government will take control of the fishery.

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