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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 Chris Burns, vice president of GCI Network Operations. He's here to talk with KYUK's Nina Kravinsky about the work done to respond to Typhoon Merbock, which flooded communities along the coast of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is Bethel City Council member Sophie Swope to talk about the challenges ahead for the city, and why she wants another term on the council. Speaking with her is KYUK’s Will McCarthy.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is incumbent Bethel City Council member Patrick Snow. Speaking with him is KYUK’s Nina Kravinski.
  • Joining us on the phone today is Henry Batchelor Jr. He is running as a write-in candidate for Bethel City Council. Here to speak with him is KYUK’s Will McCarthy.
  • Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is Rose “Sugar” Henderson, who begins our week of conversations with Bethel City Council members up for election next week. Speaking with her is KYUK’s Nina Kravinsky.
  • With drought, extreme rain, flooding, permafrost thaw, and more wildfires, Alaska’s climate seems to be full of extremes. Joining us for “Coffee at KYUK” is Rick Thoman, a climate expert at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Here to speak with him is KYUK’s Will McCarthy.
  • There is a local option ballot measure on alcohol coming up in the Bethel municipal election. Here to talk about it are Bethel City Clerk Lori Strickler and KYUK’s Anna Rose McArthur.
  • Joining us by phone for “Coffee at KYUK” is Alaska Community Foundation Vice President of Development and Communications Elizabeth Miller. The foundation is working to raise money to help those affected by the flooding caused by Typhoon Merbok last weekend. Here to speak with her is KYUK’s Nina Kravinsky.
  • Joining us for "Coffee at KYUK” is the superintendent of the Lower Kuskokwim School District, Kimberly Hankins. She is on the iphone to update us on the impact of flooding on some schools this weekend, and to update us on the school year. Here to speak with her is KYUK's Will McCarthy.