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KYUK Talk Line hosts (l-r) Diane, Fran and Joe.  Photo by KYUK

KYUK Talk Line hosts (l-r) Diane, Fran and Joe.
Photo by KYUK

Today’s caller-driven radio program garnered several different topics of conversation. One caller brought attention to the fact that they feel judged and discriminated by medical professionals, and another caller corroborated that sentiment.

Several of the upcoming events associated with the Bethel Community Fair were discussed by a number of participants. Marijuana legality and it’s affects on the community was talked about, and a few callers had opinions on hunting on native-owned lands on the Gweek River.

A plethora of other topics were also sprinkled into the conversation. One of which was a reoccurring reference to chem-trails, and whether people should be concerning themselves with what some deem as conspiracy theory and others a viable threat.

Listen and call in to Talk Line live on Friday starting at 10AM, or catch the encore version, The Talk Line Replay, on Friday starting at 7pm.

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Bethel Community Fair Preview

by Shore on August 26, 2015

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The Yup’iit Piciryarait Cultural Center in Bethel will host several events associated with the 2015 Bethel Community Fair.

KYUK sat down with a few of the organizers from the ‘Bethel Community Fair’ to highlight some of the week’s events.

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Join KYUK on Thursday morning following the English and Yup’ik newscasts for a live interview with the coordinators of the “Spawn of the Dead: Bethel Zombie Run 2015,” yet another event in a long list of family-friendly events taking place during the 2015 Bethel Community Fair.

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Talk Line hosts Fran (left) and Joe (right).

A popular topic in this edition of Talk Line was parenting- and at times the lack-thereof, and how the community can advocate for positive changes in raising youth.

Another popular talking-point was hiring local and native candidates, versus hiring someone from outside the region based purely on their education.

Entertainingly, a caller late in the show seeks help from listeners on a strange automotive issue.

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Talk Line hosts Joe Moses, Jr. and Diane McEachern. Photo by G. Brink / KYUK

This edition of the weekly caller-driven show held tight to one topic in particular: Alcohol.

You can hear Talk Line live every Friday morning starting at 10am, and the encore edition- Talk Line Replay- airs on Friday evenings starting at 7pm.

 

 

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KYUK’s Talk Line hosts (l-r) Fran, Joe and Diane.

A caller opens the program with information regarding an organized march in Bethel to support the change of Bethel’s name, which sparks a much deeper conversation about culture and history. Another caller discusses several gas tanks which have gone missing from his property, upcoming community events are discussed and another caller asks for people to be more open to City Council decisions.

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(l-r) Mclain and Stevens perform at the Akiak Community Hall. Photo by S. Iverson / KYUK

Ray Mclain (multi-instrumentalist) and Mike Stevens (harmonica) have been gracing KYUK listeners, and community halls across the YK Delta, with their bluegrass music for several years. Today the duo become a trio with the addition of spoken word artist Namee.

Namee, a Juneau-based artist, has performed across the globe sharing her verbal talents, as well as her passion for social justice.

Juneau-based spoken word artist, Namee. Photo courtesy of KTOO.

Juneau-based spoken word artist, Namee. Photo courtesy of KTOO.

KYUK sat down with Mclain, Stevens and Namee for a conversation, as well as two very intriguing impromptu song collaborations.

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The hand of Rybo Shore mixes the caller audio into the program.

“Talk Line” airs live on 640 AM starting at 10am and the “Talk Line Replay” starts at 7pm every Friday. Photo by G. Brink / KYUK

There are many topics and focuses on this edition of the YK Delta’s premiere call-in radio show.

A duo of callers bring suicide awareness to the forefront of the conversation, an update is given on derelict vessels in Steamboat Slough, the senior center’s new home at the Lions Club is discussed, the upcoming Bethel Community Fair and other community events are highlighted, and Reyne Athanas challenged listeners to come up with entertainment ideas for a Halloween season “Just Desserts.”

These talking points and many others can be heard, and KYUK reminds you to catch Talk Line live every Friday morning from 10-11:30AM on 640 AM.

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Calista logoCalista’s Communications Manager, Thom Leonard, and Calista’s Associate General Counsel, Kirsten Kinegak-Friday, host the program and focus on the results of the most recent shareholder-elections and resolutions.

The conversation also touched on dividend rights, online voting, and the Calista donation program. They explained descendant and missed-enrollee’s opportunities to gain shares in the near future.

Callers were also given the opportunity to pose their questions to the Calista representatives.

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Joe Moses, Jr- Volunteer Host for KYUK’s Talk Line. Photo by G. Brink/KYUK

This edition of KYUK’s weekly listener-driven talk show sheds light on fishing regulations, laundromats in Bethel, proper flag etiquette and the alleged misuse of fish heads and spines.

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