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Iowithla Fire
Brian Venua, KDLG
The Bristol Bay region has seen multiple wildfires this month. The Iowithla River fire has expanded to more than 36,600 acres over the last three days and is 10.5 miles northeast of Dillingham.
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Corinne Smith
State and local health officials are ramping up efforts to combat opioid overdose deaths. In the Bristol Bay area, local clinics in Naknek and Dillingham are handing out emergency kits that include the lifesaving overdose-reversal drug naloxone. They’re urging the public to have one on hand just in case, in hopes of preventing untimely deaths.

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The Bristol Bay Fisheries Report, produced by the KDLG news crew, is dedicated to the one-of-a-kind commercial fishery in Bristol Bay. The show airs nightly at 6 p.m., with replays at 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. Join hosts Izzy Ross, Brian Venua and Corinne Smith for the latest news, numbers and information from the fishery, plus nightly analysis, stories and conversations.Do you have news tips or ideas, or would you like to share your comments with the show? Reach the KDLG news department at news@kdlg.org, fish@kdlg.org or 907-842-2200.
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Bristol Bay Field Notes is your source for an eclectic blend of topics relating to the great outdoors of southwest Alaska. Its goal is to educate, inform, and entertain.
Brian Venua
Bristol Bay Obituaries is a place for people to remember family members and loved ones who have died. This is a community page; KDLG staff don’t edit submissions. Email submissions and photos to obituary@kdlg.org