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Dillingham’s only probation officer retired in April. While the Division of Probation and Parole has worked to hire a replacement, the region has operated without an on-site officer for six months.

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Kanakanak Hospital was in "immediate jeopardy" with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for dangerous pharmacy practices from late September to early November.

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Democratic incumbent Representative Bryce Edgmon won the district by almost 30 points, while the GOP saw victories in major statewide races.

Bristol Bay heads to the polls for the general election

Nov 6, 2018
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Area residents are casting their votes for state and national leadership. A possible change to state law is also on the table in the form of Ballot Measure 1.

Alaska Midterm Election Live Returns

Nov 6, 2018

 

Tribal members will vote tomorrow on whether the Native Village of Goodnews Bay should withdraw from BBAHC and authorize another tribal health organization to provide health services to its members.

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The Willow Tree Inn came one step closer to reopening at the Dillingham City Council meeting on Thursday, while Olsen’s Liquor Store is facing a possible license expiration. 

Debra Call campaign

Debra Call is running for lieutenant governor alongside democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Begich. On Monday, Call discussed their approach to the state's crime rate and Begich's proposed formula to determine Permanent Fund Dividends.

 

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The Dillingham man was charged on Tuesday with drug possession for the second time in two months. 

 

New catch limits mean more cod for small boats

Oct 30, 2018

Small boats fishing for cod in state waters are getting more of the Bering Sea quota, thanks to a recent Alaska Board of Fisheries decision. Some stakeholders, including the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation, are voicing concern.

Sally Benedict

This month, the students at Rocky Mountain School in Goodnews Bay have started reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in Yup’ik.

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The victim told police that Byron Johnson, 33, drove her to Aleknagik and held her in his car and punched her repeatedly for multiple days.

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services conducted a survey in September. It found that the Kanakanak Hosptial pharmacy's practices put patients at risk of adverse health effects and death.
 

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In a press release, BBAHC acknowledged that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services had visited the hospital to address issues at the pharmacy. 

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