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Weekdays after the news, closing out the 8 o'clock and noon hours; ~8:40 a.m. and ~12:40 p.m.

Learn about what's going on around you, from the weather to community events.

Latest Episodes
  • The subject is a program providing land to Native people who served in Vietnam and were unable to file for allottments. Joining us are KYUK’s Anna Rose MacArthur and Candy Grimes with the U. S. Bureau of Land Management Adjudication Services.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” today is Mary Peltola. She is one of a large field of candidates running for the late Don Young’s seat in Congress. She spoke with KYUK’s Olivia Ebertz.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” today is Emil Notti, who is running for the U.S. Congress seat formerly held by Don Young. When Young was first elected, Notti was the Democrat he defeated. KYUK’s Olivia Ebertz spoke to Notti.
  • A week ago, a group from students from the University of Michigan passed through Bethel on their way home after working with students in Goodnews Bay on a wind turbine project. Elissa Loughlin caught the team before they left the region to find out more.
  • Joining us for "Coffee at KYUK" today is Darren Lieb, a teacher at the Lower Kuskokwim School District, its athletic director, and a long-time wrestling coach. This spring, the district wrestling teams had their first meet in a long time.
  • Climate change is literally eroding away communities like Newtok, and Katie Basile has been documenting the effects on residents. She joins us today for “Coffee at KYUK,” along with Albertina Charles. They talk about the film "To Keep As One," which documents Charles' move to Mertarvik. The film premieres online today on
  • Joining us for "Coffee at KYUK" today are KYUK’s Olivia Ebertz and Tara Sweeney, who is one of 48 people who have put their names forward for the special election to fill the seat held by Rep. Don Young.
  • Joining us on the phone today are KYUK’s Anna Rose MacArthur and ANSEP's Mike Ulroan. They are talking about about an expanded collaboration designed to expand and improve the education of students using culture and technology.
  • Joining us this morning is Byron Nicolai, a musician from the Yukon-Kuskowkim Delta, whose Yup’ik songs in his album “Ayagnera” have earned national attention from “Rolling Stone” magazine.