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Mike Williams Sr.  "Racing Toward Recovery" author, photo by Geraldine Brink

Mike Williams Sr. “Racing Toward Recovery” author, photo by Geraldine Brink


Unuamek Qugcuaq, aka Mike Williams Senior, qanercuutekun alaitelruuq Akiarmek. Kalikaliaminek qanrutelruakut, “Racing Toward Recovery”. Niicugniyuukuvgu ‘gguun.

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Yugcetun qanerturluta piniartukut, quyana cingumaurluta! Pekyutem atakuani una KYUK-kun ataam alaiciiquq. piurci!

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“Talk Line” host Joe Moses, Jr. shares a laugh with a caller. Photo by Geraldine Brink / KYUK

This week’s show features a number of different topics of conversation, coming to the KYUK airwaves both via telephone and email.

One caller shares her thoughts on banishment from villages, and whether they are a positive way to handle certain situations. Another caller shares his story of banishment, and how poorly the details of the banishment were handled.

Talk Line airs live every Friday morning from 10-11:30am on 640 AM, and the Talk Line Replay starts at 7pm on Friday evenings.

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Caliinguartet ukut qalartelruut calingualallermegnek. Inuguigut malrugnek ikaiyuqluteng.

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KYUK’s Shane Iverson and Sophie Evan facilitated a two-hour show in English and Yup’ik on Wednesday the 20th regarding this season’s salmon management plan.

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L-R: Greg Roczicka, Aaron Poetter, Mark Leary, Neil Lalonde. Photo by Geraldine Brink/KYUK

The discussion includes what you need to know this summer and what the closures mean for the health of the river and its people. The first hour is dedicated to getting an understanding of the roles of federal, state, and tribal management plans. Comments and questions were taken via email and phone for the second part of the show.

Guests:
Neil Lalonde – Yukon Delta Refuge manager, Federal In Season ManagerIMG_7937

Mark Leary – Kuskokwim River Salmon Management Working Group RepresentativeIMG_7941

Greg Roczicka – Kuskokwim River Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission RepresentativeIMG_7929

Aaron Poetter – State Management Biologist, Alaska Department of Fish and GameIMG_7931

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This special program will be rebroadcasted on 640 AM on Wednesday, May 20th, starting at 7pm.

150518 salmon picAre you confused about who the different groups are discussing the state of the salmon on the Kuskokwim? What are their jobs and duties? What enforcement powers do they have? What enforcement powers do they want? And what is the management plan for this summer?

KYUK will help you answer those questions and more Wednesday the 20th starting at 10 a.m. Our panel of experts include spokesmen from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the State Department of Fish and Game, the Kuskokwim Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, and the Kuskokwim Working Group on KYUK live!

Yukon Delta Refuge Manager Neil LaLonde. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

Yukon Delta Refuge Manager Neil LaLonde. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.


Guests:

Neil Lalonde – Yukon Delta Refuge manager, Federal In Season Manager

Mark Leary – Kuskokwim River Salmon Management Working Group Representative

Greg Roczicka – Kuskokwim River Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission Representative

Aaron Poetter – State Management Biologist, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

ADF&G Management Biologist Aaron Poetter. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

ADF&G Management Biologist Aaron Poetter. Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK.

Join Shane Iverson and Sophie Evan for a two-hour show in English and Yup’ik on Wednesday the 20th starting at 10 a.m. on everyone’s public radio station KYUK!

We will discuss what you need to know this summer and what the closures mean for the health of the river and its people. The first hour is dedicated to getting an understanding of the roles of federal, state, and tribal management plans. We will take phone calls during the second hour of the show.

Unuamek qayagaulriit amllertut, uptelriit kiagmun.

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On this edition of KYUK’s weekly call-in show participants bring upcoming community events to the conversation, one caller predicts the exact date the smelts will be running, local and statewide politics are discussed, and the hosts reminisce on a number of events throughout the region’s history.

You can hear Talk Line live every Friday morning on 640 AM KYUK starting at 10am, and the Talk Line Replay airs evenings on 640 AM starting at 7pm.

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by Sophie Evan on May 11, 2015

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Talk Line airs live from 10-11:30am every Friday morning on 640 AM. Photo by G. Brink/KYUK

This edition of KYUK’s Talk Line opens with an email encouraging people to do something about all the things they choose to complain about. Another caller is awaiting the arrival of mosquitoes, other callers offer up their opinions on a liquor store coming back to Bethel, and salmon return numbers and restrictions are scrutinized by several emails and calls.

Talk Line now airs for an hour and a half every Friday morning, and the Talk Line Replay airs on Friday evening starting at 7pm.

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Mike Williams Sr. Chair - Kuskokwim Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission, photo by Geraldine Brink

Mike Williams Sr. Chair – Kuskokwim Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission, photo by Geraldine Brink

Ikituk Jacob Nelson Sr., Yup'ik Elder/Consultant, photo by Geraldine Brink

Ikituk Jacob Nelson Sr., Yup’ik Elder/Consultant, photo by Geraldine Brink

Unuamek Mike Williams Sr-ankuk, Ikituk Jacob Nelson Sr.-aq-llu wantelruuq, qanruteksarturluku Kuskokwim Inter-Tribal Fisheries Commission-aaq.

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