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Unuamek Arevgaq Dr. Theresa John-am qayagaurluni qanrutakut atami ayuqucianek, Kangrilnguum, Dr. Paul John. Utumarta wanirpak, cali qanrutekluku ukveran pitacia. Ikitucuar Bishop Jacob Nelson-aaq cali qaneryullerminek qalartelruuq ayuqucirtualuta assirluta yuullerkamtenek.

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Ataam aliaciquq Pekyutem atakuani 8pm, KYUK-kun 640 am.

Yuk to Yuk

by Sophie Evan on February 2, 2015

Kaigyaramek, cali Tier 2-aamek unuamek qalartelruut qayagaulriit. Niicugni ‘gguun,

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Quyana cingumaurluta Yugcetun, ilpeci-llu Yugcetun qalartaqluci!

Photo by Dean Swope / KYUK.

Photo by Dean Swope / KYUK.

The boys and girls varsity basketball teams from Bethel Regional High School wrapped up their tournament action on Saturday evening against the Nanooks of Nome.

The Lady Warriors were first up on the court, and they jumped out to a dominating first half lead of 20 to 5. The Lady Nanooks would claw their way back into the game and would close that gap to 6 points at one point in the third quarter. The Lady Warriors would eventually stretch the lead back out and would finish with a 38-22 victory.
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Both Bethel Regional High School varsity basketball teams were matched up against Mt. Edgecumbe on Friday night in their second acts of the Donlin Gold Tournament being played at BRHS. Read more →

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Talk Line host Joe Moses, Jr. Photo by G. Brink.

This edition of Talk Line focuses on a proposed boycott of a local grocery retailer. Several callers focus in on the pros and cons of this boycott.

Thoughts are also expressed about the transfer of Calista shares, and possible tier-designations of future shares.

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by Sophie Evan on January 30, 2015

Yupiit qanruyutait YKHC Preventative Services-aat elitnaurluki naivcilartut. Waniwa ilarii.

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Yuk to Yuk

by Sophie Evan on January 26, 2015

Yuartet saskukaitnek unuamek ayagnirluteng qalartelruut, cikum aciakun tarenrairissuutmek. Allanek cali qayagaulriartarluni.

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IMG_2519The NFL’s recent ‘Deflategate’ controversy, and the Busers’ K300 ‘Church Slough shortcut’ were brought up by a number of different callers on this program. Overall congratulations were given to Pete Kaiser, and additional “thanks” were given to the Kuskokwim 300 Race Committee and it’s volunteers.

Tune in for Talk Line live every Friday morning starting at 10am, and replaying every Friday evening at 7pm on 640 AM.

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Translator Ivan M. Ivan  photo by G. Brink

Translator Ivan M. Ivan photo by G. Brink

The Calista Call-In show ran one hour Friday morning. Sophie Evan hosted Calista Communications Manager Thom Aparuk Leonard, Government Relations Liason George Owletuck, and Translator Ivan M. Ivan. The show started with Mr. Oweletuck giving a brief history of colonization and how the Yup’ik people were intentional divided through the many forms of Federal and State laws. Owletuck says the idea of a Regional Tribal Government is not new in Alaska and is successful in other regions of the State. Calista shareholders called in and made comments. Listen to the hour long show here.

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Thank you for tuning in to the special hour long Calista call-in show.

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Left to Right: Diane, Fran, and Joe. Photo by G. Brink.

The Kuskokwim 300 starts on this day, but the conversation was much broader than mushing.

The cause of recent local school-closures, local restaurants not paying taxes, and the idea of a town-enema are all discussed in this edition of KYUK’s Talk Line.

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