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KYUK’s Talk Line hosts volunteer their time on a weekly basis. Photo by Geraldine Brink / KYUK


The phone lines for today’s program were swarmed with callers weighing in on the recent news of BNC creating a proposal to open a liquor store in Bethel.

Bethel’s roads, and the inability to reach a quorum at the tribal governance convention were also discussed.

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Catch Talk Line live Friday mornings at 10am, or tune in for the Talk Line Replay at 7pm on Friday evening.

The boys team from Bethel played Cordova on Friday morning, and much like their opening-round game they started off sluggish.

Freshman Klevon Constantine provided a spark for the Warriors in the 2nd quarter. Photo by KYUK / Dean Swope

Bethel has 4 Seniors on the team. Young players like Jayvin Williams will become the stars of the team next season. Photo by Dean Swope / KYUK

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Both of the Bethel squads had a tough draw in this year’s state tournament. The Lady Warriors played the first-seeded Barrow Lady Whalers, and the boys drew Monroe Catholic- the 3-time defending state champions.Screen shot 2015-03-13 at 2.52.42 PM  Read more →

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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Scammon Bay's boys basketball team finished 2nd in the 2015 State Tournament. Photo Courtesy ASAA.

Scammon Bay’s boys basketball team finished 2nd in the 2015 State Tournament. Photo Courtesy ASAA.

The Scammon Bay Eagles faced the Seldovia Sea Otters in the Championship Finals of the boys’ 2015 1A State Tournament. Read more →

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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.

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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.

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

The new Swanson’s grocery store is closing their doors for good at 9pm tonight, and a number of callers shared their thoughts on the history of Swanson’s, the competitive nature of the retail market, and their sympathy for Swanson’s employees.

The recent firing of the District Attorney, concerns about the legislature, Calista Corporation’s upcoming dividend, and overcrowded jails also came up in calls and emails.

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Talk Line airs live on KYUK 640 AM on Fridays starting at 10AM.

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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Both Warrior basketball squads will return to the state tournament after victories Saturday night. Photo courtesy of JoeJoe Prince.

Both Warrior basketball squads will return to the state tournament after victories Saturday night. Photo courtesy of JoeJoe Prince.

Both Bethel Warrior basketball squads are headed to the state tournament. The boys had to beat the Nome Nanooks twice in three days to earn second place honors in the Western Conference tournament. They won by a final score of 47-37.
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Both Warrior basketball squads fell in the conference final, but can earn a trip to state with a win Saturday.

Both Warrior basketball squads fell in the conference final, but can earn a trip to state with a win Saturday.

The Bethel Lady Warriors fell to top ranked Barrow in the Western Conference championship game Friday night by a score of 69 to 39. A full court press and deep bench from the Lady Whalers kept Bethel from gaining momentum on offense.
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