Shooting safety, marksmanship, and other practical applications required for Hunter Ed certificate.

Hunters return with moose tales aplenty

Sep 21, 2015
Hannah Colton/KDLG

Gale-force winds, cows as big as bulls, late season no-see-ums, and (for the lucky) full freezers... 

Erosion prompts fuel tank relocation in Port Heiden

Sep 18, 2015
Native Village of Port Heiden

The project by the Alaska Energy Authority will move new tanks inland by October; pipes will be laid next spring. 


The Alaska Migratory Bird Co-management Council's regional group will take public comment on the proposed regulations Thursday. 

Katmai team fights invasive plants

Sep 10, 2015

Staff are urging visitors to take care not to spread seeds or weeds that can threaten native wildlife in Katmai. 

Moose hunt in 9C now requires federal permit

Sep 8, 2015

The regulation change should clear up confusion about overlapping state and federal subsistence hunts, says Refuge manager. 

Chignik Lagoon adjusts to life on 94% hydropower

Sep 3, 2015
Hannah Colton/KDLG

The village is saving $500 a day in diesel costs; community members say the new hydropower plant is cleaner and quieter. 


Vitus Marine's Jackie M towed the package of previously sunk vessels downriver to Dillingham Monday.


Samaritan's Purse sponsors weekly retreats out of Lake Clark lodge for wounded veterans and their spouses.

The hunt for a dino dancefloor in Katmai National Park

Aug 25, 2015
Ray Troll

Artist Ray Troll and Katmai's Roy Wood were on the search for evidence of Jurassic creatures... and all signs pointed to the stomping grounds of the duck-billed dinosaur. 

National Weather Service

NWS warns water to reach peak midday Wednesday; Unalakleet Mayor not too concerned about flooding.

EPA update on salvage, cleanup of M/V Challenger

Aug 15, 2015
photo taken Thursday

As of Thursday, vessel and barge still sit sunk on the Nushagak River. EPA says salvage will be complicated.

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Crew alive, unclear about fuel leakage from Ridge Contracting vessel and barge overturned Sunday afternoon in Nushagak River.


The proposed subsistence hunt would be the first open season on the species since 1987.