Charles Enoch

Theresa Prince, a Yup'ik teacher from Kotlik opening a box of freshly delivered Yup'ik books. Photo by Sabine Siekmann.

Theresa Prince, a Yup’ik teacher from Kotlik opening a box of freshly delivered Yup’ik books. Photo by Sabine Siekmann.

Students at the Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Yup’ik language immersion school in Bethel are using books recently released from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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Fuel Barge pumping fuel by Kongiginak. Photo by Roderick Phillip

Fuel Barge pumping fuel by Kongiginak. Photo by Roderick Phillip

Residents from the coastal village of Kongiginak in Southwest Alaska, rallied against nature to clear the way for a barge, carrying a load of heating fuel and gasoline earlier this week.

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“I voted” in Yup’ik, one of the stickers available to voters at the polling locations. Photo by Charles Enoch

Early or absentee voting begins Monday, October 20th for those who want to cast their ballots before the General Elections on November 4th.
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Jimmy Stone jigging for lush. Photo courtesy of Lucy Jimmie

Jimmy Stone jigging for lush. Photo courtesy of Lucy Jimmie

Jimmy Stone, of Tuntutuliak has been found after being reported missing earlier this week.

Stone’s wife, Lucy Jimmie, said he never came home Tuesday after he went up the Tuntutuliak River to check his net.
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