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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
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is Phyllis Stabeno, a physical oceanographer at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle. She attended the Alaska Marine Science Symposium earlier this month in Anchorage. Speaking with her is KYUK’s Johanna Eurich.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” by phone is Gale Vick, the Fisheries Subcommittee Chair for the Fairbanks Fish and Game Advisory Committee. The committee has submitted a proposal to the Alaska Board of Fisheries about salmon interception. Speaking with her is KYUK’s Francisco Martinezcuello.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is Reese Madden, the musher who earned the Red Lantern Award at the 2023 Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race. Speaking with him is KYUK’s Francisco Martinezcuello.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” today are Dr. Herlanda Hampton from the Alaska Community Foundation and KYUK’s Johanna Eurich.
  • This morning we’ll hear from a Kuskokwim 300 (K300) rookie, and from a champion who has won both the K300 and the Iditarod. First we will start the with the rookie. Twyla Elhardt, a Bethel resident, was interviewed by Fallyn Connelly and Glennesha Carl from Mertarvik.
  • Joining me for “Coffee at KYUK” today is Raymond Alexie, the 19-year-old who mushed past some of his heroes to come in first in the 2023 Bogus Creek 150. Speaking with him is KYUK’s Katie Basile.
  • Joining me for “Coffee at KYUK” is Paul Basile, race manager for the Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race and the other affiliated races.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” today is Matt Brenna, a member of the Jangle Bees, a band which will be playing Jan. 28 at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center in Bethel.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” are Enzina Marrari, a program officer at the Rasmuson Foundation, Laura Ellsworth with the Southwest Alaska Arts Group, and Steven Stone, an artist from Hooper Bay. On Zoom to speak with them is KYUK’s Johanna Eurich.
  • Some 11th graders from Nightmute are sharing the work that they have been doing to help their community find a way forward through grief and prevent suicides. Katie Basile spoke to the group about the program they call “Sources of Strength.”