Teenagers from the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta are making a big showing this week in Anchorage. Twenty of the 50 middle school students attending the statewide Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program, or ANSEP, are from the Delta.
Beginning June 12, management of king salmon on the lower and middle Kuskokwim River will switch from state to federal control. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will hand over management to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Principal Sam Crow will be stepping down starting this July and Zach Bastoky will be taking his place. KYUK’s Christine Trudeau sat down with both the incoming and outgoing principals at the Ayaprun campus on Thursday.
On Friday, Governor Bill Walker sent Bethel Mayor Rick Robb a request for infrastructure project ideas from the city. The deadline for the city's list is June 30, 2017, which means the council will have to move quickly.
All City Council members were in attendance at the regularly scheduled May 23 meeting.
(A) Public Hearing of Ordinance 17-25 [on] Authorizing The Disposal Of Property Pursuant To BMC 4.08.030(B) Lease Agreement Between The City Of Bethel And Alaska Department Of Environmental Conservation - ADEC.
Vice Mayor Fred Watson’s proposal to create a fund for new fire emergency vehicles was introduced Tuesday at the Bethel City Council Meeting. There was some initial debate, but the proposal was accepted unanimously and will likely be worked on at the next meeting.
The Bethel City Council has unanimously agreed to a lease with state conservation officials for an air quality monitoring site. City Manager Pete Williams introduced the lease for land located just behind AC (Alaska Commercial) on Fourth Avenue.