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Screenwriter, Daniels Calvin from Fairbanks. Photo courtesy of Daniels Calvin.

Screenwriter, Daniels Calvin from Fairbanks. Photo courtesy of Daniels Calvin.

A Fairbanks resident has a movie in the works featuring Alaska Native characters. She’s looking to cast Yup’ik, or Alaska Native people.

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Curtis Mann and Greg Aloralria preparing to unload the dipnets. Photo courtesy of Curtis Mann

Curtis Mann and Greg Aloralria preparing to unload the dipnets. Photo courtesy of Curtis Mann

Bethel’s tribe, the Orutsararmiut Native Council has acquired an order of dip-nets they will be loaning to any community member, free of charge. Wildlife managers are only allowing set nets and recently opened the river to dip-nets for chum and sockeye subsistence fishing to conserve the king salmon run.
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Kiaku taryaqviit nalliitni umgumallerkaa amlleret yuut assiilkaat, il’aitlu cingumaluku. Waten piyaqlian ayagnirluku taryaqviit nalliitni amlleret ayuqellerkaa nalluat. Qaluneklu atungellerkaq capernakluku maani qaunek atuyuitellruata. Natalia Berlin-aq Nunapicuarmiu Yuukaq waten qanerkangqellruuq, “Neq’liqngaitellilriit, neqcetuut-qaa qalutgun? Caperrnarquq!”
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21062012protestfishThe Kuskokwim Salmon Working Group met this week to set summer conservation measures. Representatives from villages along the Kuskokwim River talked with state and federal officials, discussing a management plan for subsistence salmon fishing. KYUK reporters Ben Matheson and Charles Enoch attended the meeting which took place Thursday and Friday in Anchorage. Daysha Eaton interviewed them to find out what fishers can expect.

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