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Sunday, March 1st 2015                                                                          Send a message for the Wireless to: wireless@kiyu.com________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                                     

                                                                                   

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Whether you are in Galena, Nulato, Huslia, Kaltag, Koyukuk, Ruby, St. Mary's or Fairbanks, we want to be of service. If you have an event, something for sale or a message that affects the KIYU listening area, we would love to put it on the air and here on the Yukon Wireless page. Here is how you can contact us.

Phone: 907-656-1488 or 1-800-478-KIYU (5498) Fax: 907-656-1734

 

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Drop by: If you are in Galena, feel free to stop by and drop off your message. We might even have some coffee brewing.

 

                                                                                    

                             

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 1st 2015

 

 

THURSDAY NIGHT-The Galena Lady Hawks started off the night with a win against the Monroe Lady Rams. The final score was Galena 50 and Monroe 32. The Monroe boys continued their winning ways with a 79 to 56 win over the Galena boys.

 

FRIDAY NIGHT-After a great rally in the second half, the Galena Girls couldn't get the win against Eielson. Final score Eielson 42, the Lady Hawks 41. The Galena Boys rocked the night with a 59 to 47 win!

 

SATURDAY NIGHT-A big win for the Lady Hawks lets them come back from their road trip with 2 wins and just one loss. They beat the Eielson Lady Ravens 66 to 53! The boys fell short in the final game of their trip losing 76 to 59.

 

Remember to tune in for Conference Tourney action from Eielson this coming week.

 

If you are out of range of our broadcast signal you can go to this link and listen to the games.

 

      

 

UPDATE!!!

-After a 2,031 mile journey across the state, the first team to arrive in Fairbanks was team #20, Scott Faeo and Eric Quam arrived at 12:32:16, about 45 minutes ahead of the pack. Here is link to check out final results.

 

 

It's coming......

-Get Iditarod re-start and checkpoint information here.

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                                                                                                                        MEETINGS-R-US.

                                                                                                     Below is a list of community meetings planned in the area

                                                                                                                            

 

-The Western Interior Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council will meet March 3rd and 4th. The Eastern Interior Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council will meet on March 4th and 5th. Each meeting will begin at 8:30am daily. On March 4th the Eastern and Western Interiors will partner for a combined meeting. The Councils will develop proposals to change Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations and discuss other issues related to subsistence issues in the Interior Regions. Following the meeting, on March 4 from 7-9 p.m., there will be an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposal to revise the rural determination process. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in these meetings to be held at Pike's Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks. To teleconference into these meetings, call the toll free number: 1-877-638-8165, then when prompted enter the passcode: 9060609. You can also get more details at subsistence@fws.gov.

-The Federal Subsistence Board is accepting proposals through March 25, 2015 to change Federal regulations for the subsistence harvest of wildlife on Federal public lands for the 2016-2018 regulatory years. The Board will consider proposals to change Federal hunting and trapping seasons, harvest limits, methods of harvest, and customary and traditional use determinations. The Board will also accept proposals for individual customary and traditional use determinations from residents of national park and national monument resident zone communities, or those who already hold a Section 13.440 subsistence use permit. To inquire about how to submit your proposals please contact the Office of Subsistence Management by calling 1-800-478-1456 or by email at subsistence@fws.gov.

 

-The Bureau of Land Management is holding public meetings to discuss preliminary alternatives for the Bering Sea-Western Interior Resource Management Plan. Learn about the planning process, ask questions and share your thoughts on Tuesday, March 3rd in Nulato at 2pm in the recreation center and Wednesday, March 4th in Kaltag at the community hall at 1pm.

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- If you couldn't make it to the Galena Yukon Jamboree event this weekend tune in to KIYU Sunday night at 7 when we'll be playing some of the live performances from Friday and Saturday nights.

 

 

 

NEW-The KIYU Community Service Scholarship is back! Click here for an official application.

 

 

-The new KIYU emergency radios are in! Running on either batteries (included) or a wind-up dynamo, you won't miss any updates or weather information in the event of an emergency. The best part is they only pick up the best stations in town. They are $15 for current KIYU members and $25 for non-members. Call 656-1488 to reserve yours or drop by if you are in Galena.

 

 

 

NEW-The City of Galena is requesting meter readings from those on the piped water system.  Please call in your readings to 656-1301 as soon as possible.

 

 

NEW-The Galena swim team is selling chili and salmon chowder from 5:30pm- 6:30pm during family swim this Sunday at the pool.

 

 

- Dr. Jim Lagattuta of the Galena TCC Behavioral Health Department has rescheduled his trip to Huslia. The visit will happen Monday, March 16th through Thursday, March 19th. To schedule an appointment call Dolly Simon at 829-2281 or Galena Behavioral Health at 656-1617 or 1-800-478-1618. 2/19

 

 

 

- The Alaska Business Development Center will be returning to the area to provide free tax return preparation and taxpayer education. They plan to be in Galena from March 6-8 and then to St. Mary's (March 18-21).  For more information, call (907) 562-0335 or visit ABDC’s website at www.abdc.org.

 

 

NEW-Alaska residents who received Individual Assistance Grant funds in 2014 as a result of 2013 spring breakup flooding will not have to include those funds as gross income for 2014 tax reporting purposes according to IRS Code Section 139. Payments by a federal, state, or local government, or their agencies or instrumentalities, to persons affected by a qualified disaster in order to promote general welfare are also considered to be qualified disaster relief payments. A tax preparation expert should inspect tax fillings to insure accuracy and IRS compliance. For more information regarding the IRS rules regarding Taxation of Disaster Relief Payments visit: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p3833.pdf (2-26)

 

 

 

NEW - A veterinarian will visit Galena on March 21st at the Community Hall to perform surgeries, check-ups and more. To schedule an appointment, call 656-7250.  The Animal Planet cable TV channel may be filming this visit for broadcast. 2/25

 

 

- Stations of the Cross and the Rosary will be said Wednesdays during Lent at 7 p.m. at St. John Berchman's Catholic Church in Galena. All are welcome to join in these Lenten services. 2/23

 

 

-The Alaska State Troopers would like to remind all drivers to please make sure your headlights are turned on, especially when there is heavy fog. Also, be careful driving during snow. It may be hard to see the shoulder of roads and visibility could be impaired. With melting snow during the day and re-freezing at night be careful walking and driving for icy spots.(1/27)

 

 

 

- The Charles Evans Community Library and art room is closed and will open again Sunday March 8.

 

 

 

NEW - The Galena City School District invites all families of elementary age children to attend the annual Readfest next Monday, March 2. This will be the official kick-off for the Reading Across America program. Come join the fun with pizza and goodies provided by Chef Rand and the Culinary Arts class as well as the Galena Education Association.  All children will receive one free book for attending. The festivities begin at 6:00 pm in the high school library.

 

 

 

-Louden tribal members that submitted applications for the Housing Improvement Program in the past are asked to come in to the Louden office and reapply because of policy changes with the BIA HIP Program. They are also accepting new applications. Applications are available at Louden and can be picked up during business hours. Deadline is March 13th, 2015.

 

 

 

- Mark your calendars: The 2015 Galena Spring Carnival will be held Easter Weekend, April 3rd and 4th.  Due to poor conditions on the river, the carnival races and activities will be based around the community hall, with race trails on Alexander Lake.  There will be kids' ski and snowshoe races, kids' sled dog races, the 5-mile open snowshoe race, women's snowshoe race, a ski-jor race, and a few new activities.  The Galena Spring Carnival is generously sponsored by Louden Tribal Council and the Galena Sports Authority.  Call Tim Bodony at 656-1918 with any questions. 2/16

 

 

- All are invited to celebrate a baby shower for Adrian and Lil' Bean Johnson with food and fellowship at the Bible Church at 6:30pm on March 16th. If you would like to bring a gift, please make sure the clothing sizes are 4 months plus as Gunnar, Adrian, and Lil' Bean with not return to Galena until August. Lil' Bean's gender is a surprise so gender-neutral gifts would be appreciated. Please call Caylee at 907-631-8777 with any questions.

 

 

Here are the results of the KIYU February 2015 Survey.

 

 

 

                                                                                             

 


UPDATE- The next Galena Community Movie Night is Saturday, March 8th and the feature will be Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It is rated PG13 and 101 minutes long. In starts at the GILA Auditorium beginning at 6pm.
          

                       

                                                                                          

-SEGA (Sustainable Energy for Galena Alaska) is accepting applications for an employee to fulfill the responsibilities of General Manager. This person would report to the SEGA Board of Directors and will manage the business of SEGA, develop financing and grant funding opportunities, manage day to day timber harvest and biomass production operations, ensure compliance of contracts and permits as well as federal and state regulations, among other duties. Details are here. Contact SEGA at 907-656-7024 or email info@sustainablegalena.org. The position closes March 6th, 2015. (2-23)

 

-ANTHC is accepting applicants to train as dental health aide therapists. The two year training program starts in July 2015. Tuition, stipend, rent and books are paid during training. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED and be able to pass a background check. Applications available at http://depts.washington.edu/dentexak/applicants.html Or you can email rschierholt@anthc.org or call 907-729-5600 for more information. (2-23)

 

NEW -First Alaskans Institute offers a ten week paid internship opportunity each summer for job placements throughout Alaska. The only requirement for application is that applicants be enrolled in a higher education institution, seeking a degree or professional certificate.  Applications are due March 2nd. Here is a link for students to fill out an application. This link for is employers that wish to participate in the program. And, here is a link to Frequently Asked Questions. 2/24

 

 

                                                                                          

*** PLEASE NOTE, any classified ad two weeks or older will be removed so please try and keep us informed when something is sold or a need has been met.  Thanks!

 

NEW - FREE: KIYU has a few "rabbit ear" antennas to receive Channel 10 ARCS TV. Call or stop by to get one. Only one per household. This will be the last order for a while.

 

- FOR SALE: In Galena, a K-5 Blazer. Call 656-7251 if interested. (2-22)

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School Bus Schedule             

                                                            Sidney Huntington School 656-1205 Puddings Huntington

                                                            GILA 656-2053 (Angie Pittsenbarger)

                                                            Bus Driver Cell Phone 717-6633 (Kim Wolf)

 

The following is the school bus schedule.  Any changes in the bus schedule due to weather conditions will be announced on KIYU Radio in the morning.

 

            Bus Arrives:                 Gabe’s Drive   7:50 a.m.

                                                Crow Creek    7:54 a.m. 

                                                Louden Loop   7:57 a.m. 

                                                Antoski           8:00 a.m.

                                               

            Bus arrives at SHS at 8:03 a.m. 

            

            Bus leaves SHS School at 8:15 a.m. and goes to:

            Fish & Wildlife                                    8:20 a.m.  

            Post Office                                         8:21 a.m.  

            GILA

             Bus arrives back at SHS at 8:45 a.m.

             Pick-ups at the GILA Dining at 8:30 a.m.  and 8:35 a.m. going to SHS

             Bus leaves SHS at 8:45 a.m. for GILA

                                               

 

            Mid-day                        Depart GILA   12:25 and 12:35

                                                Depart SHS     12:25 and 12:38  

                                                Arrives at SHS 12:35 and 12:45

                                   

 

            Afternoon:                   Elementary      3:10 p.m.

                                               Depart SHS     4:00 p.m. 

                                               Depart GILA   4:10 p.m. 

                                               Arrive SHS      4:30 p.m

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-Here is the latest Galena Pool schedule.

Sunday:               Family swim 5 to 6:30 pm ($6/family)

Monday:              Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

Tuesday:             Lap swim 5 to 6:30 pm

Wednesday:       Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

Thursday:            Lap swim 5 to 6:30 pm

Friday:                Lap swim 6:30 to 7:30 am

                            Open swim 7 to 8:30 pm

Saturday:           Open swim 7 to 8:30 pm

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Click the picture to go to the Hawk Highlights

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Here is an updated listing of privately owned lodging establishments in Galena. Please feel free to share this resource with those needing short or long term, temporary lodging.


Galena Emergency Numbers

Clinic:  656.1266 (emergency), 656-1366, option 2 (appointments and non-emergencies)

Fire Department:  911

Police Department:  656-0911

Alaska State Troopers (statewide):  1-800-811-0911

Airport Police (statewide):  1-877-847-4342

 

 

For villages out of Galena that are interested in ARCS TV service call KIYU at 907-656-1488 and we'll get you in touch with those that can assist you..

 

The Food Section

-Archie's Yukon Inn Snack Bar in Galena is now open serving sandwiches and other items.

 

GALENA COFFEE SHOP

Daily Specials for February 23 - February 28, 2015

Monday – open @ 10am

Chicken Salad Sandwich or Chicken Noodle Soup

Tuesday

Thai Noodles w/Chicken

Wednesday

Nachos Supreme, Crunch Wrap or Indian Taco

Thursday

French Dip or Pulled Pork Sandwich w/Pasta Salad

Friday

Clam Chowder or Homemade Pizza

Saturday

Open 11am to 2 & 5-7pm


 

Burger nights: Thursday –Saturday (5 to 7pm)

 

PURCHASE OF $50 Gift Cert. OR MORE AND EARN A FREE DRINK ($5 value)

 

Phone: (907) 656-2505

 

 

Cash and credit are the accepted forms of payment. We can take a credit card payment only when starting an account, thank you!!

No personal checks please.

 

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MARCH 2015 BREAKFAST

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

A           2

B             3

 A           4

B            5

                6

CREAM OF WHEAT

CINNAMON STICK

MANDARIN ORANGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

FRENCH TOAST W/SYRUP

LINK SAUSAGE

APPLESAUCE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

BREAKFAST WRAP

HASH BROWN PATTIE MEXICAN SALSA/FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

ASSORTED BAGEL WITH CREAM CHEESE  

FRUIT OF DAY

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

       NO SCHOOL

 

Spring Vacation

A          9

B           10

A         11

 B          12

A           13

HOT OATMEAL

BLUEBERRY MUFFIN

FRUITCOCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

EGG MC HAWK

FRESH RED APPLE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

EGG OMELETTE

LINK SAUSAGE

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

CINNAMON ROLL

CORN BEEF HASH

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

WAFFLE W/SYRUP

LINK SAUSAGE

MIXED FRUITDICED PEACHES LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

         16

A          17

B           18

A         19

B           20

CREAM OF WHEAT

CINNAMON STICK

TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

BUTTERMILK BISCUIT & PORK SAUSAGE  GRAVY

ORANGE JUICE

 1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

BREAKFAST BURRITO

SALSA

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

CHERRY STRUSSEL CAKE

BOILED EGGS

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

PLAIN BAGEL CREAM CHEESE AND SLICE HAM

MIXED FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

      

 

 

         23

B           24

A           25

B           26

A             27

HOT OATMEAL

APPLE MIUFFIN

DICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

PANCAKE W/SYRUP

SLICED BACON

APPLESAUCE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK          

EGG OMELETTE

LINK SAUSAGE

TROPICAL FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK              

SCRAMBLED EGG

BANANA MUFFIN

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK                       

ASSORTED DRY CEREAL

GRANOLA BAR

MIXED FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK 

         30

A         31

 

 

            

CREAM OF WHEAT

BREAD OF MORNING

FRUITCOCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

PIZZA BAGELS

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

In accordance with Federal law

And US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 

               

 

 

 

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                         SALAD BAR AT ALL GRADE 5-12 LUNCHES

 

MARCH 2015 LUNCH

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

A            2

B             3

 A           4

 B           5

                6

CHICKEN NUGGETS

SMILEY POTATO

FRESH ORANGE WEDGES

CATSUP/MUSTARD

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

SPINACH TORTILLA W/BEEF

REFRIED BEANS

SALSA/CHEDDAR CHEESE

STRAWBERRY CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

CHEESEBURGER ON WW BUN

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

BAKED BEANS

APPLESAUCE

1% FRESH WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

 

      COOKS CHOICE

 

FRUIT

1% FLAVORED NMILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

       NO SCHOOL

 

Spring Vacation   

A           9

B          10

A         11

 B          12

A          13

HOT DOG ON WW BUN

VEGETABLE

CATSUP/MUSTARD

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

DICED CHICKEN W/GRAVY

BROWN RICE

KERNEL CORN/TROPICAL

BREAD OF DAY

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK    

 

CHICKEN BURGER ON WW BUN W/ LETTUCE & TOMATO

CUT BROCCOLI

STRAWBERRY CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

MEXICAN  CHICKEN  BEAN SOUP TOPPED W/ TORTILLA CHIPS,SOUR CREAM,CHEESE

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

HAM & CHEESE HOAGIE

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

SALAD OF DAY

SLICED PEARS

1 % LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

 

         16

A          17

B           18

A         19

B           20

CORN DOG ON STICK

POTATO GEMS

CATSUP/MUSTARD

SLICED PEARS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

PEPPERONI PIZZA

FRESH ROMAINE SALAD

FRUITCOCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

  COOKS CHOICE

 

SLICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE

NONFAT WHITE MILK

SALISBURY STEAK

STEAMED BROWN RICE

KERNEL CORN

WW HOT ROLL

APPLESAUCE

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

       

 

 

1% FRESH WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

FISH NUGGETS

VEGETABLE

FROZEN BERRY SALAD

NONFAT FLAVORED MILK

1 % LOWFAT WHITE MILK

First  Day of Spring

 

 

 

         23

B           24

A           25

B           26

A             27

POPCORN CHICKEN

VEGETABLE

SWEET N SOUR SAUCE

DICED PEACHES

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

 

HUNGRY HAWK NACHO

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

MEXICAN SALSA

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

       

CHICKEN BURGER ON  BUN

W/ LETTUCE & TOMATO

CUT BROCCOLI

WEDNESDAYS FRUIT

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK

   

BEEF ENCHILIDAS

BROWN RICE

KERNEL CORN

PINEAPPLE TIDBITS

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT WHITE MILK                         

 

COOKS CHOICE

 

FRUIT OF DAY

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

NONFAT FLAVORED  MILK

 

 

 

         30

A          31

 

 

 

CHEESEBURGER ON WW BUN

W/LETTUCE & TOMATO

CUT BROCCOLI

FRUITCOCKTAIL

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

YAKISOBA

CINNAMON STICK

CUT GREEN BEANS

STRAWBERRY CUP

1% LOWFAT WHITE MILK

 

 

In accordance with Federal law

And US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

 MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE                                         SALAD BAR AT ALL GRADE 5-12 LUNCHES

 

 

 

 

 

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