Sophie Evan

The Calista live Call-In show aired Friday morning at 11 a-m on KYUK radio. Calista Public Relations Manager Thom Leonard was on hand to talk about the Annual Shareholders Meeting which will be in Kasigluk this summer, on the 11th of July. Listen to the half hour show here, one of the subjects discussed was “A binding resolution whether to amend Calista’s Articles of Incorporation to issue 100 shares to Descendants of original Shareholders and to Alaska Natives who could have received original Calista stock,but did not.”

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Yuk to Yuk

by Sophie Evan on March 23, 2015

Unuamek Tartuilnguq wantelruuq. Qayagaulriit amellelruut.

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Ikituk Jacob Nelson KYUK-mi, tarenrairista Petra Harpak

Ikituk Jacob Nelson KYUK-mi, tarenrairista Petra Harpak


Ilaangarpakaamta alussistuarnirnek, kelgaqa Ikituk qalarutesqelluuta.

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The day-long Regional Governance Convention took place Monday the 16th at Yupiit Piciryarait. 24 delegates made it to the convention, although 29 were needed to make a quorum. Without a quorum, moderators; Carl Jack and Nelson Angapak, gave a 40 year historical timeline of previous regional governance discussions. Calista CEO Andrew Guy and Robert Beans also spoke. You can listen to the introductions from them and questions from Bethel elder Bea Kristovich in part 1.

Part 1

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In part 2, moderator Carl Jack talked about Calista’s involvement. AVCP President Myron Naneng, Akiak Chief Ivan M. Ivan, and Rob Porter made comments.

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In part 3, Rob Porter talked about how ANCSA is “termination legislation,” while Nelson Angapak was pleased to hear comments from the public. Meagan Leary of Napaimute, ONC Chairperson Gloria Simeon, Akiak Chief Ivan M. Ivan, and Lower Kalskag delegate Nastasia Levi ask questions and make comments.

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In Part 4, testimony is given by Lower Kalskag delegate Nastasia Levi, Marjorie Strauss from Kongiganak, and Fritz Charles.

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The last hour contains more comments from Fritz Charles, Ivan M. Ivan, Calista CEO Andrew Guy, Martin Moore of Emmonak, Mike Williams Sr., and closing comments from moderators Carl Jack and Nelson Angapak.

Part 5

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Kangrilnguq aka Dr. Paul John Tarenrairista Tar'et

Kangrilnguq aka Dr. Paul John Tarenrairista Tar’et

KUC-m Lecture Series-aarani qalarcetelratgu waniwa, aka 2013-aami.

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A ringed seal or 'Nayiq,' enjoying the sun. Photo courtesy of NOAA Fisheries.

A ringed seal or ‘Nayiq,’ enjoying the sun. Photo courtesy of NOAA Fisheries.

The ringed seal, or nayiq, in Yup’ik, was listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act in 2012. In 2014, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, took steps to designate their critical habitat. They’ve recently conducted public hearings around the State on the issue.

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