Sunni Bean, KYUK - Bethel
A fuel barge sent to the Western Alaska village got stuck in forming ice last week. Vitus Energy plans to supply the fuel later when an ice road forms.
About 450 of Superior Court Judge Terrence Haas' cases will have to be reassigned, as he leaves the bench to lead the state Public Defender Agency.
The Tundra Women's Coalition hosted its final event marking this year's Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a Thursday candlelight vigil in Bethel.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says more than half of the funds are from Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program funding.
John Wagner with Northstar Gas said that the last of the villages, Nunapitchuk, will probably receive its fuel by the weekend.
A resolution headed to the Alaska Federation of Natives convention next month calls for a Native seat on the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.
Quinhagak’s museum has the world’s largest collection of Yup’ik artifacts, and archeologists keep finding more
This year alone they found five complete masks, new arrowheads, spoons, stick dolls, ivory earrings, ulus and more.
Residents' electricity bills suddenly quadrupled this summer. The changes from state regulators should ease, but won't remove, the financial burden.
Western Alaska was no exception to Hollywood's "Barbenheimer" buzz last week, linking an unlikely duo of movies — one of which isn't in Bethel yet.
It takes a lot of work to maintain a vehicle in Bethel, and that’s a big part of why Zack Huckstep organized the city’s first car show.
More than 30 Aniak residents spoke about the hardship caused by the quadrupling of their May power bills from Aniak Light & Power Company.
Alaska State Trooper Zack Huckstep decided to bring together Bethel’s unique collection of vehicles, some dating back to the 1940s.
Alaska Pacific University is using the nearly $3 million grant to form a new nursing program focused on improving health outcomes in rural Alaska.
Bethel leaders are asking whether the state is making a good-faith effort to financially support sustainable water and sewer services in rural Alaska.
The district has rolled out an innovative language test based on Yugtun, or central Alaskan Yup'ik, for students up to sixth graders.