The Curyung Tribal Council is currently in mediation with BBAHC over its withdrawal from the corporation. At a public meeting Tuesday, concerns ranged from patient care to the corporation's management.
Fifth graders Kahlen Savo, Jacob Neketa and sixth grader Hailey Williams travelled to Anchorage to comepete in the Junior Native Youth Olympics.
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