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EPA officials visit Dillingham to gather opinions on Pebble Mine

Representatives from the Environmental Protection agency came from Washington, D.C. and Seattle to meet with fishermen and community organizations.

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Director Mark Titus premieres his film "The Wild" in Bristol Bay

After screenings in Naknek and Dillingham, director Mark Titus is taking his new film about Bristol Bay around the country.

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Representatives from the Environmental Protection agency came from Washington, D.C. and Seattle to meet with fishermen and community organizations.

 

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After screenings in Naknek and Dillingham, director Mark Titus is taking his new film about Bristol Bay around the country.

 

Tyler Thompson

Dillingham’s only senior assisted living center opened in 2000 to support the everyday needs of senior citizens. Now they have less than three months to find a new home.

 

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By getting an examination before heading out for the season, fishermen can make sure that their boats will easily pass inspection if they get boarded by the Coast Guard at sea.

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After hold-ups due to permit reviews and project designs, the Dillingham roads project is delayed for the third year in a row. Contractors are expected to bid on the project in two weeks.

Bear attacks man in Naknek, according to ADF&G

Jun 11, 2019

The man told state wildlife troopers that he was sleeping in his car with the door open when a bear pulled him from the vehicle. He sustained injuries to his lower leg and was transported to Anchorage for treatment.

 

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Fishing has gotten off to a slow start along the Alaska Peninsula. This is particularly worrying for people who live and fish in the Chignik management area – because last summer, those communities saw the worst sockeye run since statehood. 

Erica Tweet

In April, nearly 100 students from Dillingham City School District learned intense dialogue, staged musical numbers, arranged amazing choreography, engineered and painted fantastic props and sets that culminated in the performance of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr.  With support from community members and DCSD staff, students displayed a stunning portrayal of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. 

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The Wards Cove Packing Company operated the facility on the Egegik River from the 1960s until it closed in 2002. 

 

 

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Biologists in Dillingham say abandoned nets are getting caught in local waterways and causing problems for wildlife.

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