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Dillingham dominates the mat at Sockeye Conference Regionals

Dillingham had a strong showing at Saturday's regionals; the team will be sending 12 boys and three girls to the Wrestling State Championships. New Stuyahok and King Cove each qualified four athletes for state; Bristol Bay Borough qualified two; Manokotak, Newhalen and Sand Point are each sending one athlete.

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Gary Nielsen

A Kokhanok home near Iliamna Lake burned on Saturday. Volunteers fought the flame for five hours.

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Dillingham had a strong showing at Saturday's regionals; the team will be sending 12 boys and three girls to the Wrestling State Championships. New Stuyahok and King Cove each qualified four athletes for state; Bristol Bay Borough qualified two; Manokotak, Newhalen and Sand Point are each sending one athlete. 

    

Law enforcement have been looking for Jaron V. Wassillie, 23,  for allegedly committing two burglaries.

NN Cannery History Project

In their film, “Cannery Art,” Kaeli Pulice and Ashylnn Young explore the music, graffiti and poetry of processors at the NN Cannery in South Naknek.

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The Bristol Bay Housing Authority found 29 of its units show signs of meth contamination. It can cost roughly $100,000 to clean a badly contaminated unit. 

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Trevor Nielsen, 20, allegedly supplied meth and marijuana to a 13-year-old.

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Subsistence users near Dillingham can dip net this summer, and they can catch fish any time they like because the Board of Fisheries voted to remove a schedule that restricted subsistence fishing in the area to three days per week during peak sockeye season. 

The office building was not damaged, but many items were broken. BBNC staff are spending much of this week picking up the pieces. 

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The Alaska Board of Fisheries considered 47 proposals at the Bristol Bay Finfish meeting in Dillingham last week. The board passed 12.

Courtesy of Dillingham Varsity Volleyball

Dillingham may be more than 300 miles away from Anchorage, but the impacts of Friday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake were still felt by many in the region.

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