Tyler Thompson, KDLG - Dillingham
In the Bristol Bay community of Aleknagik, a VPSO position has remained vacant for years. One hurdle? A lack of available housing.
Around 900 names were submitted for the contest and a little over 2,600 votes were cast. Nushagak and Mulchatna received 25.7% of the votes, just edging out Yellowstone and Old Faithful at 25.3%.
An Anchorage-based consulting firm tested five of six contaminated wells south of the Dillingham airport — it's now moving forward on the next phase of a potential long-term solution.
Chignik Lagoon, July 10, 2019. (Photo by Alex Hager/KDLG) Over the summer, drought and damages to Chignik Lagoon’s water distribution system left the village without drinkable water. The...
There is a new tool aimed at making critiques of the Pebble Project’s draft environmental review more accessible.
Former KDLG reporter Sage Smiley is speaking out about indecent and illegal behavior by a host she was staying with over the summer to cover the Bristol Bay fishery.
Since 1947, erosion has washed away at least 800 feet of Dillingham’s coastline. And it’s getting worse.
The proposed 1.5% fish tax on all processed fish in the borough passed with overwhelming results, with 153 yes votes to 73, according to unofficial election results.
When Apay’u Moore was woken by the sound of a man breaking into her home Oct. 14, it took more than six hours for Troopers to arrive.
Superintendent Jason Johnson said the funds will reshape the district.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy sent a letter to Wheaton Precious Metals Corporation, a potential investor with the proposed Pebble Mine — executives with Bristol Bay Native Corporation call it "inappropriate."
Chief Ivan Blunka School special education teacher Ben Griese integrated a disability awareness week and helped a non-verbal student give a speech at the school's graduation ceremony.
While the Mulchatna herds have a history of fluctuation, biologists have yet to identify the cause of this year’s decline.
The Power Cost Equalization Endowment was one of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s 182 line-item vetoes. If funding is not restored, residents in Bristol Bay will have to pay the difference.
Dillingham fourth graders were treated to an out-of-this-world experience. Students launched a weather balloon into outer space last month. The experiment was a chance for the students to view Dillingham from beyond the earth’s atmosphere.