KYUK AM

Coffee at KYUK

Weekdays after the news, closing out the 8 o'clock and noon hours. 8:30am and 12:30pm

Each weekday, a member of the community is invited to "Coffee @ KYUK" to discuss news and information relative to Bethel and the Kuskokwim Delta.

Sometimes light, sometimes serious. "Coffee @ KYUK" is where our community connects.

Ways to Connect

Petra Harpak / KYUK

Petra Harpak / KYUK

Listen to the full interview here with Vice-Mayor Fred Watson and Anny Cochrane.


Sharon Charles and Petra Harpak (KYUK).

In advance of upcoming elections, 


Petra Harpak / KYUK

The further upriver I go, the fewer fish camps there are. Upriver residents, or qagkumiuts, get fish that have puss in them, climate change may have affected the fish.


Petra Harpak / KYUK

You can't just fish anywhere in Kalskag, fishermen have certain places on the Kuskokwim River taking turns drifting in several locations. Life in Rural Alaska is subsistence...there may be hard times when there are fish closures, but with love and humility we can pass on our traditions and protect the salmon and the river we all depend on.

Petra Harpak / KYUK

Qagkumiuts, upriver residents, explain how fishing is really like upriver from Tuluksak. Upriver residents also explain how they view how fishing is like downriver.


The Perfect Pie

Sep 4, 2018
Bethel Community Services Foundation

Laura Ellsworth and Michelle DeWitt dropped in to announce the Delta Nurses Fund and the fall fundraiser planned for November 21st.  Mark your calendars for "the perfect pie"!


Petra Harpak / KYUK

Gladys Jung fifth graders interview Bethel's elder, Peter Atchak about elder knowledge of climate change.


Katie Basile / KYUK

Scientist, Janessa Esquible talks with Bethel fifth graders about her experience as a scientist.


Gabby Salgado / KYUK

 

 

We sat down to meet with KYUK's newest staff member and our Jesuit Volunteer. As the Wellness Programming Producer, Gabby produces health and wellness programming at KYUK for TV, radio, and web. She will also work with our high school interns.


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