Since the start of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has slowed down athletics — on the field and off. Dillingham athletes and coaches still found a way to finish out the year with a virtual hoo-rah, and the coaches are looking to next year.
BBAHC conducted a second round of testing in the Chignik region Wednesday, and a security contractor conducted vulnerability assessments in the Bristol Bay Borough and Dillingham. The state is continuing to emphasize testing as a major part of its strategy to manage COVID-19 ahead of the fishing season. Alaska State Trooper Lieutenant Paul Fussy, the AST liaison for emergency management, said in a community update Thursday that state troopers can only enforce state mandates, not local...
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