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Rep. Bryce Edgmon reelected Alaska House speaker

Rep. Bryce Edgmon was elected speaker of the House on Thursday, breaking a 31-day gridlock. This is the second time he has served as speaker. His election comes days after he changed his party affiliation.

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Quyana, Bristol Bay

News director, Avery Lill, is moving to Colorado at the end of the month. This is her letter to KDLG listeners.

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Robert Koweluk was with his wife for more than 20 years. This week, he shared his memories and musings on their relationship.

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Youth encouraged adults to get out and vote by handing out flyers, hanging up posters and talking to eligible voters.

Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

Rep. Bryce Edgmon was elected speaker of the House on Thursday, breaking a 31-day gridlock. This is the second time he has served as speaker. His election comes days after he changed his party affiliation.

Avery Lill/KDLG

The Friends of the Landfill could help coordinate volunteers for recycling projects and to help maintain facilities.

Quyana, Bristol Bay

Feb 13, 2019
Isabelle Ross/KDLG

News director,  Avery Lill, is moving to Colorado at the end of the month. This is her letter to KDLG listeners.

 

Anne Hillman/ Alaska Public Media

Thomas Collier, the CEO of the Pebble Partnership joined Sheila Newman of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and former state senator and longtime Pebble opponent Rick Halford for a panel discussion on the proposed mine in Bristol Bay.

Alaska DHSS

 In southwest Alaska, 75 cases of the flu have been officially diagnosed this season so far. Statewide, 1,606 cases have been diagnosed, and epidemiologists with the state expect that number to rise. 

National Park Service

If the project is approved, the National Park Service plans to construct a trail and viewing platform that overlooks the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes in August 2019.

Nushagak Cooperative, Inc.

Nushagak Cooperative explained that a power outage in January was caused by an old piece of equipment failing, and the two most recent blackouts occured while the co-op was installing new equipment. 

Mario Cruz

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation issued a boil water notice for New Stuyahok more than a month ago. Since then, efforts to lift the notice have been hampered by breaks in the city's water lines. 

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