Anna Rose MacArthur, KYUK - Bethel
The partisan displays have seeded doubts about the Bethel election process and raised ethical concerns.
Calista offered support and funding to set up a regional tribal government. The Nunavut Alaska Provisional Government recently created a constitution.
The search for seven boaters missing since Oct. 20 was called off as ice formed across the river and a blizzard hit the region.
Local search efforts continued for the boaters, who were last seen near Eek.
Searchers continue looking for the seven people who went missing while boating to Quinhagak last week.
Workers are wearing the same gloves for up to six patients and sanitizing the gloves with alcohol-based hand sanitizer between patients.
The area now has the highest case rate in the state.
A Y-K Delta Elder in their 70s passed away due to COVID-19 complications, the fourth death in the region attributed to COVID-19
Health officials are urging residents of the Y-K Delta to avoid all gatherings after 126 new cases were reported in the past two weeks.
At least three Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta communities are in lockdown after residents tested positive for COVID-19: Quinhagak, Kipnuk and Kasigluk.
The teenagers helped pull the survivors from a Division of Forestry plane that crashed into a lake this spring.
The region reported 17 new cases over the weekend.
So far, the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation has announced 26 cases of COVID-19 related to the region.
A Napaskiak resident tested positive for COVID-19 last week, and officials worry about community spread of the virus in the small Southwest Alaska village of about 400 people.
After a girl under the age of 10 reportedly tested positive in the Southwest Alaska village of Quinhagak, health officials now say that they believe that test result was incorrect.
Representatives from the regional health corporation landed in the village within hours of the announcement and immediately began testing community members.
Healthcare workers are worried after the first case in the region outside of Bethel was reported last week.
Biologists fear the animals will starve on the small island that lacks fresh water and enough vegetation
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation said that the person was traveling from Anchorage when they tested positive at the Bethel airport before heading to a nearby village, Nunapitchuk, the same day.