Anna Rose MacArthur, KYUK - Bethel
Fish and Game is projecting that fewer than 300,000 fall chum will return to the Yukon River.
Subsistence fishing for Yukon River Chinook and summer chum will likely remain closed through the end of the season
It’s a possibility that fishery managers had warned could happen since before the salmon arrived.
Frustrations grow along Yukon River as salmon fishing remains closed for second year amid record low runs
It’s a grim outlook for Yukon River Chinook and summer chum salmon.
Cooler, moister weather forecast for the coming days is expected to reduce the fire risk even more.
The crime occurred on March 15, 2020 in Quinhagak.
People who left communities threatened by the East Fork Fire on the lower Yukon River are asking when they will be able to return home.
Historic tundra fire spreads within 3.5 miles of St. Mary’s as another fire burns 10 miles from Sleetmute
“The next 72 hours are critical,” the BLM wrote in a statement on Sunday morning.
The fire department determined the fire started unintentionally from “discarded smoking material in dry grass.”
More is now known about the extent of the damage from the fire that burned on May 26 at the Akiuk Memorial School campus in Kasigluk.
In an unusual event, a pair of beluga whales swam about 60 miles up the Kuskokwim River to Bethel. After word got out, boaters pursued the belugas and took at least one of them. Now, an official is working to collect samples of the animal to better understand where it came from.
The fire burned a building that housed the school's old generator and then spread to principal and teacher housing.
Tim Andreanoff lives in Sleetmute. He remembers the water rising fast, flooding his yard around 8 a.m. on Sunday.
Many rural post offices are not open on Saturdays and many send their mail to Anchorage for postmark, so voting officials recommend mailing ballots early.
The fire still is not threatening the community of Kwethluk or any Native allotments.
Pete Kaiser and his dog team raced across the Iditarod finish line at 9:45 p.m. Tuesday in fifth place. Family and friends from Anchorage, Aniak, and his hometown of Bethel crowded beneath the famed burled...
Pete Kaiser wins the 2022 Bogus Creek 150, sweeping both Kuskokwim mid-distance sled dog races this season
Kaiser, of Bethel, won the Bogus Creek 150 race on Sunday.
The roster is stacked with names familiar to the Kuskokwim mushing community.
Despite the early hour, a large crowd gathered to welcome John Snyder and his seven-dog team as he finished his race.
The federal disaster declarations include the 2020 Kuskokwim River salmon fishery and the 2020 and 2021 Yukon River salmon fisheries.
Under the policy, all employees must be fully vaccinated against the virus by Jan. 4, 2022.