Crews are sampling water and sediments this summer near the site of the old Red Devil mercury mine in the middle Kuskokwim. It’s work that comes in advance of a large clean up project.
The biggest topic of today was the idea of a possible liquor store.
Daysha Eaton, KYUK News Director, interviewed Walter Pickett, Vice President of Operations for the Alaska Commercial Company Monday, March 23rd about the company’s plans to apply for a liquor license.
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Johnnie Evan of Tuntutuliak won this year’s Akiak Dash. The 65-mile sprint race is always a thriller for race fans who enjoy the mass start at the beginning to the close finishes.
The start of the 2015 Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race and Bogus Creek 150 was notable this year as race officials asked race fans to keep their vehicles off the river because of concerns the combined weight could pose a danger on the thin river ice. Soon after the start racers endured rain most of their trip up to the Bogus Creek checkpoint.
Alaska State Troopers in Aniak recently received a report that a 4 YOA female resident of Chuathbaluk was possibly sexually abused.
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