Myron Angstman

Martin Buser at K300 Mushers Meeting. (Photo by Chris Pike.)

Martin Buser at the 2016 K300 Mushers Meeting. (Photo by Chris Pike.)

Martin Buser has been dropped to last place and without prize money for this year’s Kuskokwim 300. The race committee announced the decision after reviewing evidence of Buser committing two penalties: leaving the trail and receiving help feeding his dogs. But, Buser tells a different story. Read more →

Allstate Insurance Company Logo. (Courtesy of Allstate website)

Allstate Insurance Company Logo. (Courtesy of Allstate website)

A former Bethel resident that was injured in a car accident more than 13 years ago, has been awarded nearly $17 million in a civil lawsuit, a Bethel jury ruled Tuesday.

But what happens after the ruling isn’t cut and dry.
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Bethel Court House

Nora Guinn Justice Center, Bethel, AK.

Bethel community members are reacting to the Walker Administration’s firing of district attorney, June Stein. While working in the office Sunday, Stein received a letter, delivered from a Deputy Attorney General informing her of her quote “impending release.”  The state, so far, is not explaining why she’s being fired.

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A robin spotted in Bethel December 17th. Photo courtesy of Kevin Morgan

A robin spotted in Bethel December 17th. Photo courtesy of Kevin Morgan

A rare winter robin has been spotted in Bethel and it has folks wondering what exactly it means. Locals and a biologist say they think it has to do with climate change.
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The entrance to the LKSD District Office. Photo by Charles Enoch

The entrance to the LKSD District Office. Photo by Charles Enoch

The Lower Kuskokwim School District regular board meeting came to a conclusion Wednesday evening in Bethel.
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