Alaska

Fuel Barge pumping fuel by Kongiginak. Photo by Roderick Phillip

Fuel Barge pumping fuel by Kongiginak. Photo by Roderick Phillip

Residents from the coastal village of Kongiginak in Southwest Alaska, rallied against nature to clear the way for a barge, carrying a load of heating fuel and gasoline earlier this week.

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“I voted” in Yup’ik, one of the stickers available to voters at the polling locations. Photo by Charles Enoch

Early or absentee voting begins Monday, October 20th for those who want to cast their ballots before the General Elections on November 4th.
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KUC LogoToday investigators with the U.S. Department of Education’s office of Civil Rights are visiting Bethel’s Kuskokwim Campus to speak with students and staff about Title Nine compliance. Mary Pete, the Director of KUC, part of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, says investigators want to speak with Alaska Native students.
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Everett Semone was arraigned on murder charges via video teleconference in a Bethel courtroom Thursday, October 9th. Photo by Daysha Eaton

Everett Semone was arraigned on murder charges via video teleconference in a Bethel courtroom Thursday, October 9th. Photo by Daysha Eaton

Everett Semone of Shageluk was arraigned on murder charges at the Bethel court this afternoon. He is accused of brutally killing his parents with a axe in the village of Shageluk earlier this week.

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