Sometimes, after flying across Southwest Alaska in multiple small planes in the dead of winter, the only thing you want is a hot cup of coffee. And you’re in luck if your destination happens to be Igiugig, where a new cafe provides refreshment for locals and travelers alike.
There is a Community Healing Gathering from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Curyung Tribal Hall. People can stop in at any time. It's hosted by the Curyung Tribal Council Wellness Committee and the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Program.
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Dena'ina and Yup'ik online language classes run through early February. Alutiiq classes ended earlier this month. The classes are 30 minutes, once a week and are open to anyone. People can also take song and dance classes.
Tilton said the majority coalition includes the Bush caucus, made up of Dillingham Independent Rep. Bryce Edgmon, Bethel Democrat Rep. C.J. McCormick, Nome Democrat Rep. Neal Foster and Utqiagvik Independent Rep. Josiah Patkotak.
From hazard mitigation to animal control, the Dillingham City Council tackled a lot at its meeting last week.
Congressionally directed funds will go toward projects in Chignik Lagoon, Dillingham, and Naknek.
Alaska’s 33rd legislative session convenes on Tuesday. And while the state Senate is organized, the House is not. The midterm elections left Republicans with a narrow majority in the 40-person chamber, but it’s still unclear whether those members will toe the party line or join a multi-party coalition.
Each year, members of the Alaska Legislature introduce hundreds of bills. But from the time bills are first introduced to the time they’re heard in committee, there’s no simple explanation of what a bill actually does. Here’s the Alaska Beacon’s effort to fix that gap.
More land burned in the Bristol Bay region last summer than in the past 72 years combined. A lot of environmental conditions had to align for that to happen.
GCI’s wireless and internet services came back online late Sunday afternoon after an outage that lasted several hours for many customers across the state.
With cases of the flu, RSV and COVID circulating in the region, organizers ask that people call if they want slavii groups to visit their homes.
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