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THURSDAY MAY 21, 2015
- KIYU newscasts have returned to the radio. Join Tim for local and state news at 7:04, 8:04 and 9:04 in the morning. More news programming will be rolled out as the summer progresses. 5/8
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-Here is the latest Spring 2015 river break-up information.
TANANA RIVER.. THE TANANA RIVER IS OPEN.
YUKON RIVER.. THE ICE IS OUT FROM EAGLE TO THE YUKON RIVER DELTA. WATER LEVELS AT ALAKANUK AND EMMONAK HAVE FALLEN AND ARE NOW WELL BELOW BANKFULL AND WILL ACCOMMODATE UPSTREAM YUKON RIVER WATER INFLOWS. GENERALLY... WATER LEVELS IN THE YUKON RIVER ARE LOW IN MOST AREAS, INCLUDING AT GALENA AND AREA VILLAGES, BUT NOW ARE RISING AS A RESULT OF SNOWMELT.
KOYUKUK RIVER.. THE KOYUKUK RIVER IS OPEN... SOME ICE MIGHT REMAIN IN THE UPPER TRIBUTARIES.
ANDREAFSKY RIVER...THE ANDREAFSKY AT ST. MARY'S IS OPEN.
Here is the complete river break-up forecast.
Be careful if you put your boat in as the water may appear clear, but there could be black ice as well as driftwood which could cause a hazard.
Below is a list of community meetings planned in the area
NOTICE: Beginning Monday, May 25th KIYU Studios will begin the process of being elevated above flood level. We will do our best to stay on the air during the time it takes to perform the elevation and the process of putting it all back together again. KIYU will remain on the air with news, Yukon Wireless broadcasts and public service announcements. Regular music and entertainment shows will most likely be disrupted and in it's place we will air KUAC programming or other alternative programming. In Galena, ARCS TV, 95.5FM and 92.9FM will be off the air. Thanks for your understanding.
NEW -The plane carrying the body of John Kavairlook will make a stop in Galena tomorrow (Friday) on its way to Koyuk. There will be a brief gathering in the parking lot of Ptarmigan Hall at GILA for Galena residents to pay their final respects to John and his family. Please park near the bus barn if you plan to attend. There will be a table set up to receive cash donations for the family, as well as food donations for the funeral potlatch in Koyuk. The time of the event will be announced tomorrow (Friday) during the 11:45 Yukon Wireless. Call Shirley Cleaver at 656-1334 or Lorena Pitka at 750-5183 with any questions.
NEW - The City of Galena will be closed next Monday (May 25) for Memorial Day. Water and sewer services will resume on Tuesday, May 26.
The Edgar Nollner Health Center will also be closed for Memorial Day. For emergencies call 656-1266.
NEW - The UAF Yukon-Koyukuk Center in Galena is closing down as of 3pm on May 22nd. Please contact the Interior-Aleutians Campus for your future UAF needs at (888) 474-5207. Kim Wolf says. "It's been a pleasure working with you all".
NEW - Attention all wildland firefighters: BLM in Galena will be holding a pack test and refresher on May 26 and May 27 and June 2nd and June 3rd at 2:00 pm each day at the Galena BLM Station. Please bring two pieces of ID with you to register. For more information call Matt at 656-1222 or 1-800-237-3644. 5/20
-The Gana-A’Yoo Limited Annual Shareholder Meeting will be in Kaltag at the Hall on June 6th at 9:30 am; registration starts at 8 am. The shareholder informational meetings will be at the community halls in Galena on June 3rd at 7 pm, Nulato on June 7th at 1:00 pm, and in Koyukuk on June 7th at 6 pm. If you have any question please contact Crystal at 1-888-656-1606 or 907-569-9599. (5/7)
- The Charles Evans Community Library in Galena has started its summer hours. The library is open to the public Monday thru Thursday from 2 pm to 6 pm. 5/19
-The community of Koyukuk is having its clean-up day on May 28th. There are limited funds available so they are asking for donations such as door prizes and picnic supplies. If you can assist please drop off donations at the Koyukuk Tribal Council offices.
Galena's Clean-Up Week will begin on Monday, May 25th. There are large trash bags available at City Hall and Louden. Once they are filled please leave them along side the road. We'll celebrate Clean-Up Week on Saturday, May 30th with a picnic at the pilings beginning at 1pm. KIYU and the City of Galena will provide the hamburgers and hot dogs. Please bring a dish to share. This will also be a community event to help put up the new fencing for the ball field.
- The Edgar Nollner Health Center will be sponsoring Galena's 4th Annual Health Fair on June 10th from 4 till 6pm. If you would like to reserve a booth call 656-1366. There will be grilled food supplied, but you can bring a dish to share. There will be health screenings, information and games. An open swim at the pool will follow. All are welcome!
NEW - Dr. Jim Lagattuta of the TCC Galena Behavioral Health Department will be in Huslia from Tuesday, May 26th through Friday, May 29th. To schedule an appointment call Dolly Simon at 928-2281 or Galena Behavioral health at 656-1617 or 1-800-478-1618.
-If you suffer from addiction, you are not alone. Each Thursday the Galena Sobriety Support Group meets at 7:00 at the Louden Tribal Building in Galena. Coping with alcoholism is the main focus, but these meetings are intended for anyone dealing with any addiction. Unlike a therapy group, this is a peer support group for those with an addiction to meet and talk about their common struggles and solutions. Doors open at 6:50pm.
-This week's Galena Community Movie night is Walking with Dinosaurs: The Movie. It is rated PG and is 1 hour and 27 minutes long. Movie Night starts at 6pm this Saturday in the GILA Auditorium. It's free so bring the family!
NEW -Louden Tribal Council in Galena is hiring for a housing assistant. Applications will be accepted through next Friday, May 29th. Application and job description can be picked up at the tribal office.
-The City of Galena is seeking laborers for a couple of weeks of work. Call 656-1301 for more details (5-19)
*** 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!
- LOST: In Galena: A pair of silver Oakley eyeglasses. Call Andrew at 799-6869 if found. (5/17)
NEW - An antler buyer is coming to Galena, purchasing moose antler of all grades. He will be buying from noon Friday to noon Saturday. The location will be determined later. For more information, call Grady at 907-378-1102. 5/19
HUNTING AND FISHING INFORMATION
-The Federal Subsistence Board is accepting written comments through May 28, 2015 on proposed changes to Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations. These proposed changes would affect Federal subsistence seasons, harvest limits, and methods and means for the taking of wildlife, and customary and traditional use determinations for the regulatory years July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018. You may request a copy of the proposal book and directions on how to submit your written comments by calling the toll-free number 1-800-478-1456. More details are also here.
-Click here for the latest Alaska board of Fisheries proposals and the Federal Subsistence Board's special fisheries actions and information.
The summer swim schedule is as follows:
Sundays: 7 to 8:30 pm
Tuesdays: 7 to 8:30 pm
Thursdays: 7 to 8:30 pm
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 6:30 to 7:30 am
Tuesday and Thursday: 5 to 6 pm
Pool is closed on Saturdays
No family swims scheduled
If there are questions they can call Sandy at 656-4545
Here is an updated listing of privately owned lodging establishments in Galena along with those that offer vehicle rentals. Please feel free to share this resource with those needing short or long term, temporary lodging or transportation. If you offer these services we can list them. Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can post it on-line.
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 May 18 - May 23
Monday- (open from 8:15 am to 3:00 pm)
Pulled pork with baked beans and mac salad
Nachos Supreme or Crunch Wrap
Thai Noodles with Chicken
Clam Chowder or Homemade Pizza
Open 11 am to 2 pm, and burger night from 5 to 7 pm
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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