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Izzy Ross
The board will consider 52 proposals to change regulations in Bristol Bay’s commercial, sport and subsistence fisheries. The schedule may change depending on how long public testimony lasts and how quickly the board moves through the proposals.
Alora Wassily, Harmony Larson, and Trista Wassily hold large notepad. The notepad lists new names community members suggested for a creek in Dillingham.
Avery Lill/KDLG
One year ago, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland issued a declaration to remove a slur against Indigenous women from nearly 650 place names on federal lands. New names were finalized this fall — including one for a Dillingham creek that bore the slur. Three elementary students in Dillingham had been pushing to change the creek’s name long before the federal government started its process.

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