Advocates say systemic change is needed – from how law enforcement communicates with victims’ families to how communities react when someone goes missing.
The Eagles and runner ups, Dillingham's Lady Wolverines, will play in the State Championships in two weeks.
The Alaskan Republican says he thinks the block on more than 450 military promotions in the U.S. Senate needs to end.
Seth Bailey is a finalist in the Everylife Foundation’s Rare Artist contest. If he wins, he’ll have the chance to travel to Washington DC and advocate for more research for his rare disease.
The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association says setnetters rejected joining by just 19 votes.
Four of Dillingham City School District's international teachers are still waiting to clear their exit visa requirements. In the meantime, the district is filling their roles with local substitutes. Present teachers are also taking on extra duties.
The change to the city code would allow a three-fourths council majority to elect a former elected official into the city manager role before the required waiting period.
A hit-and-run collision on October 29 in Dillingham left Venita Flensburg with severe injuries. Flensburg is recovering in Anchorage and earlier this week, police arrested a suspect in the case.
The former Bureau of Indian Affairs school building, also called the 'Territorial School' was built in 1936. In its history, it served as a school, teacher housing and city storage site.
The 21st Century Southeast Regional Resource Center after school program started in Dillingham last month. It gives students extra lessons on literacy, STEM, art, and Yup’ik culture.
Kelly Coopchiak has been missing since October 7. Troopers say that after two weeks of searching from air, on the ground and in the river, they are stopping broad search efforts.
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