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Greg Kim

News Reporter

Greg Kim is a news reporter for KYUK. In his past life, he worked as a software engineer in Seattle, WA. He visited Bethel in 2019 for the Kuskokwim 300, and decided he wanted to tell the stories of the people in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.

Cece Franko is running for Bethel City Council.
Cece Franko

KYUK is continuing its series profiling candidates for Bethel City Council. Today, KYUK’s Greg Kim brings us Cece Franko. You can listen to Bethel City Council candidate Cece Franko’s full “Coffee@KYUK” interview online.


Bethel residents have the opportunity to chat with their next city manager at 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 16 at Bethel City Hall.
City of Bethel

Three modifications to the Bethel Municipal Code passed introduction last night, but not without debate.

Bethel residents have the opportunity to chat with their next city manager at 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 16 at Bethel City Hall.
City of Bethel

On Tuesday night, Bethel City Council gave the city manager permission to sign the first contract for the Avenues Piped Water and Sewer Project. DOWL Engineering submitted a draft of the contract that totals almost a million dollars. The engineering firm has laid out seven phases that will go into developing the design.

Cece Franko is running for Bethel City Council.
Greg Kim / KYUK

Bethel City Council candidate Cece Franko.


Alyssa Gustafson-Leary is running for Bethel City Council.
Greg Kim / KYUK

KYUK is continuing its series of profiles on candidates for Bethel City Council. Today, KYUK’s Greg Kim brings us Alyssa Gustafson-Leary. You can listen to Gustafson-Leary’s full "Coffee@KYUK" interview online.


Alyssa Gustafson-Leary is running for Bethel City Council.
Greg Kim / KYUK

Bethel City Council candidate Alyssa Gustafson-Leary.  


Three out of the six candidates running for Bethel City Council this year are women.
Greg Kim / KYUK

Three out of the six candidates running for Bethel City Council this year are women. That’s the second time since at least 2006 that three women have run, and the first time that half the candidates have been female. KYUK’s Greg Kim asked some former council members what they thought about that.


Bethel residents have the opportunity to chat with their next city manager at 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 16 at Bethel City Hall.
City of Bethel

2009 was the year that Bethel went from “damp” to “wet” in terms of alcohol regulations. The town's first liquor store in more than 40 years opened in 2015. But why were there six years in between, when liquor stores were legal but non-existent?  


Haley Hanson is running for Bethel City Council.
Haley Hanson

Bethel City Council candidate Haley Hanson.


Mark Springer is running for Bethel City Council.
Dean Swope / KYUK

Bethel City Council candidate Mark Springer.

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