Allison Mollenkamp, KDLG - Dillingham


Dillingham police seek confidential informants to build cases against heroin dealers

The Dillingham Police Department is looking for confidential informants to help them build drug cases.
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State looks to update Bicycle and Pedestrian plan

The Alaska Department of Transportation is working to update the state Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The Bike and Ped plan is a policy document that guides road design and education surrounding non-motorized transportation. Listen now

Pilot recovered from wreckage of Regal Air Cessna 206 north of Lake Clark

The body of a pilot was recovered Thursday night after his plane crashed yesterday in Lake Clark National Park. Listen now

AK: Russian adventurers look to retrace Alaska route of past countrymen

This summer, an expedition of Russian adventurers arrived in Dillingham to retrace an historic route taken by Russian explorers in 1830, when Alaska was under the control of the Russian Empire. Listen now
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Levelock stabbing under investigation as a homicide

Alaska State troopers responded Friday to a stabbing in Levelock. Listen now

Sport fishermen frustrated by king salmon management amidst banner sockeye run

Disparities between the king and sockeye salmon runs are creating challenges for management and frustration for Nushagak sport fishermen. Listen now

A look into the workings of a Nushagak sport fishing camp

In the controlled chaos of Bristol Bay’s commercial and subsistence fishing, it can be easy to lose track of the third group the salmon get to: sport fishermen. They come from all over to fish with guides at camps and lodges along Southeast Alaska Rivers. Those guides are just part of the infrastructure that keeps sport fishing going. Listen now

Bristol Bay processors look to lower-48 for workers

Seafood employers need to fill many seasonal jobs every salmon season. In general, that process remains the same year to year. Nelson San Juan is the seafood employment coordinator for the Alaska Department of Labor. He said employers are leaning on state labor resources more than usual this year.