Tag Archives: KSTK

The Alaska Fisheries Report 18 August 2016

Coming up this week, they’re processing fish in Petersburg, people are wondering if the streams are too hot for salmon in Wrangell, and just how many salmon do you think they’ve caught in 125 of fishing in Bristol Bay? We had help from KFSK’s Abbey Collins in Petersburg, KSTK’s Aaron Bolton in Wrangell, KDLG’s Dave Bendinger in Dillingham, and the …

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Kodiak, Panhandle Schools, Turn to ‘Culturally Responsive’ Curriculum

Aaron Bolton/KSTK Four years ago, in 2012, the Alaska Department of Education created cultural standards for Alaska Native education. The five standards aim to guide school districts across the state towards culturally-responsive teaching. Kodiak, along with seven Southeast school districts, are partnering with the Southeast Regional Resource Center – or SERRC – to meet those standards, starting this fall. The …

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Alaska Fisheries Report 2 June 2016

Coming up in this edition, salmon openings are making their way around horn this week, but Kusko setnetters get snubbed. There’ll be less enforcement on the water with the state selling off one of its patrol boats, and it looks like Fish and Game still has employees. We had help from KYUK’s Charles Enoch in Bethel, KDLG’s Dave Bendinger and …

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