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A map of the area where the proposed subdivision would be developed. - Photo by Daysha Eaton

A map of the area where the proposed subdivision would be developed. Photo by Daysha Eaton

The City of Bethel Planning Commission met last night to organize a review of city code in advance of a proposed new subdivision. The Commission decided to start by reviewing Title 16, which includes planning, land use, platting and development.
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Senator Lyman Hoffman. Photo by Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

Senator Lyman Hoffman. Photo by Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

The City of Bethel Planning Commission meets this evening (1/8) to consider a new subdivision wrapping around Larson subdivision. The commission already gave conditional preliminary approval to the 82-lot proposal brought by resident Lyman Hoffman, who also serves in the Alaska Senate.
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Bethel Police Department logo. Courtesy of BPD

Bethel Police Department logo. Courtesy of BPD

Early this morning, Bethel Police arrested a suspect in a string of burglaries.
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troopers, alaska state troopersA Tuluksak man is under arrest after he allegedly set fire to a home in Kwethluk.
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This photo was taken at the Bethel Boat Harbor November 13th, 2014. - Photo by Dean Swope

Bethel Bethel Boat Harbor November 13th, 2014. – Photo by Dean Swope

Bethel broke the record for highest-average temperature in 2014. It’s included in a broad swath of Western and Southwestern Alaska which have had above normal temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.
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Alaska State Troopers in Aniak recently received a report that a 4 YOA female resident of Chuathbaluk was possibly sexually abused.
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