Camai 2015 will take place in April, nearly one month later than usual.
The cause of death for a pet dog in the Mission Lake neighborhood of Bethel last month was blunt force trauma, according to an autopsy by a veterinarian released to KYUK Wednesday (10/15). Dr. Bob Sept with Bethel-based Bering Sea Animal Clinic did the autopsy on October 1st.
The State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources Pipeline Coordinator’s Office collected comments on a natural gas pipeline being proposed by Donlin Gold at Bethel’s Cultural Center Monday evening. It was the first state hearing on the pipeline that would run from Cook Inlet to the proposed Donlin Creek Mine site near Crooked Creek.
Today investigators with the U.S. Department of Education’s office of Civil Rights are visiting Bethel’s Kuskokwim Campus to speak with students and staff about Title Nine compliance. Mary Pete, the Director of KUC, part of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, says investigators want to speak with Alaska Native students.
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