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December 13, 2017 1

by Angelica Afcan Imagine not being able to tear off that piece of dried fish you had for lunch. Imagine looking at old school photographs and seeing your toothless smile. Imagine having a lifelong speaking […]

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Alaska LNG: The time is now

December 7, 2017 0

by Governor Bill Walker Alaska now has the necessary alignment for the Alaska gasline LNG project. Mid-June 1970: one of the most important days in my life. It rained, as I waited in-line outside a […]

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The Old Fish Camp Trail

November 30, 2017 0

by Brad Cole It was an old nearly forgotten trail slowly turning back into the forest. I worked on it with an axe and machete to cut the branches, stomped down the grass and using […]

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Life within our culture

November 23, 2017 0

by Max Angaiak The earliest memory I have is having preschool with Kamgu Post. She gave me a toy plane after she asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up. I was […]

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Revisions to Criminal Justice Reform pass house; SB 54 now awaits Senate concurrence

November 16, 2017 0

by House Speaker Bryce Edgmon Nov. 8, 2017: Following two weeks of debate, public testimony, and consideration of amendments in the Judiciary Committee, the Finance Committee, and on the House Floor, SB 54 passed the […]

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Sullivan Honors Alaskan of the Week: Chris Apassingok

November 9, 2017 0

U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan (R-AK) spoke on the Senate floor this week (Nov. 3rd, 2017) in recognition of Chris Apassingok, a young whaler from Gambell, Alaska who is helping to keep the Alaska Native whaling […]

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The Bones in the Box

November 1, 2017 0

by Mark Leary She slowly hobbled down the bank cradling a beat-up grease-stained cardboard box. Reaching a small Lund boat she carefully set the box inside and climbed in. Poor woman – she pulled on […]

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Coffee: The Inside facts

October 26, 2017 1

by Max Angaiak Coffee starts you off with your day. Some people can’t start their day without it. Some get dependent on it, while others go without it. Did you know coffee is a drug […]

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The importance of the positive and beneficial impact of Tribal Education

September 19, 2017 0

by Willie Kasayulie The Yupiaq had a system of education that took into account the universe of the human being, including respect for all renewable and non-renewable resources the Ellam Yua (Creator) created. The building […]

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Fishing on the Tuluksak River

September 12, 2017 0

by Brad Cole I was standing with wading boots on in the grassy shallows of the Tuluksak River casting a line out about 20 feet. The cool flowing waters and late afternoon breeze felt refreshing. The […]