Avery Lill

News Director
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On Wednesday and Thursday, the Alaska Department of Transportation is selling furniture, hardware and appliances out of the Dillingham Hotel, which is slated to be demolished in the spring. That will make way for renovation of Dillingham downtown roads. 

Dillingham hosts Cross-Country Invitational Race

Sep 18, 2018
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Colson Voran and Malea Voran, both Tanalian Lynx, won the varisty men's and women's 5000 meter cross-country race in Dillingham on Saturday.

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Toon Van Pham, 24, was arrested Sunday. He allegedly shot a .223 caliber rifle at another man after arguing about a missing handgun. Three other people told Alaska State Troopers Pham pointed the weapon at them as well.

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The Alaska Vitamin D Workgroup recently formulated Alaska-specific vitamin D supplement recommendations. It recommends clinicians in the 49th state consider prescribing double the nationally recommended amount for breastfed infants.

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The public is invited to provide testimony in Dillingham on a ballot measure that aims to toughen salmon habitat protection in the state permitting process. The hearing will be September 29.

City of Dillingham

Construction starts on several roads in downtown Dillingham Wednesday evening.

Darrin Nanalook died Monday when he lost control of the 2003 Dodge pickup he was driving and crashed.

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Johnson will serve 18-months in jail for assaulting an Alaska State Trooper and two Dillingham police officers.

Griffin Adams, 18, was arrested a couple weeks ago. Police say he was in possession of 15 grams of methamphetamine as well as ecstasy tablets, diazepam pills, drug paraphernalia and other items that indicated an intent to distribute.

Alaska Department of Public Safety

More than twice as many felony sex offenses are reported per capita in western Alaska than in the rest of the state, according to the Alaska Department of Public Safety.

A Koliganek man allegedly punched several people Thursday night in a domestic violence situation. Victims say he threatened to kill them and to shoot troopers if they responded.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its final scoping report August 31 for the proposed Pebble Mine’s environmental impact statement.

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Chignik River sockeye came in far below escapement this summer, and there were no commercial fishing openings targetting reds. On August 23, the governor declared it an economic emergency.

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Marlene Nielsen taught herself to sew fish skin. Now she teaches students across the state in an effort to keep the traditional art alive.

Bruce Ilutsik

The 58-foot vessel, which was operating as a tender near Clark's Point, sank July 25. After more than a month at the bottom of the Nushagak Bay, a salvage team is lifting the ship and will tow it to Dutch Harbor.

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