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Bristol Alliance Fuels takes over Delta Western's Bristol Bay operations

In an agreement announced April 16, Bristol Alliance Fuels will operate Delta Western's fuel terminals and tank farms in Bristol Bay. A BAF official doesn't expect the new arrangement to directly impact fuel prices.

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Tim Sands

Togiak herring fishery opens, breaking the record for earliest start

ADF&G staff spotted herring in the eastern half of the Togiak district during a survey conducted April 16. The sac roe fishery opened that same day.

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In an agreement announced April 16, Bristol Alliance Fuels will operate Delta Western's fuel terminals and tank farms in Bristol Bay. A BAF official doesn't expect the new arrangement to directly impact fuel prices.

Tim Sands

ADF&G staff spotted herring in the eastern half of the Togiak district during a survey conducted April 16. The sac roe fishery opened that same day.

Eric Hanson

Three schools sent athletes to Dillingham last weekend to compete in the two-day tournament. As a team, Dillingham came out with the most team points, followed by Manokotak, Bristol Bay and Koliganek.

Courtesy of Leslie Theurer

Eighteen Dillingham students travelled to France and England last month. As part of the trip, they visited the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris. 

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continued its series of public hearings on the proposed Pebble Mine and the project’s draft environmental review last week. Nondalton saw mixed testimony, while in Dillingham and Homer, many people spoke to longstanding concerns about the project. 

Courtesy of Principal Robin Jones

Meghan Redmond has worked in New Stuyahok since 2016. Asked what she likes most about the job, she said, “I absolutely love providing my students the opportunity to see all the options that are out there for them."

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Five schools played and sung over two jubilant days of music for the 2019 Region I music festival in Dillingham. 

The charter vessel will transport supplies upriver to the Chignik weir. 

Courtesy of Bob Himschoot

House Bill 99, introduced to the House last month, would make a small change to the Wood-Tikchik State Park management plan. That change could have significant consequences for energy production in Bristol Bay.

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Six Bristol Bay commercial fishermen are suing the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association, which they belong to. They are challenging over $250,000 in contracts it made with groups that advocate against the proposed Pebble Mine.

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