Yupik

Speakers address climate change, subsistence

Three Alaska Native subsistence users addressed an audience of national wildlife policy advisers last week about the risks of climate change to subsistence-based communities, what… Continue reading

 

Outage knocked out power for entire peninsula

A power outage last Friday knocked out power for the Kenai Peninsula, affecting the entire Homer Electric Association service area and all 32,000 customers. The… Continue reading

 

Blessing the kayaks

During Tamamta Katurlluta: A Gathering of Native Tradition held in Homer last weekend, (see first of three photos) one of three kayaks arrives on the… Continue reading

 

Tamamta Katurlluta combines native Traditions

From Nanwalek elder Nick Tanape’s desire to let people know “who we are that existed in Cook Inlet, Kachemak Bay and Prince William Sound, who… Continue reading

Some found guilty in fishing case

BETHEL — A Bethel judge has ruled against some of nearly two dozen Yup’ik Eskimo fishermen cited for illegally fishing king salmon in the Kuskokwim… Continue reading

Arts in Brief

KBC Director Swartz receives governor’s award Kachemak Bay Campus Director Carol Swartz received the Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities for Distinguished Service to… Continue reading

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