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The 2020 U.S. Census kicks off in Toksook Bay on Jan. 21. On a recent trip to Dillingham, the U.S. Census Bureau made a plug for rural residents to participate.

Eleven schools compete at Spikefest in Dillingham

Oct 22, 2019
Kevin Tennyson

The 2019 Spikefest took place in Dillingham over the weekend. It was the last home game for the Wolverines.

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Only 15 rural school districts around the country received School Climate and Transformation Grants from the Department of Education this summer. Dillingham City School District is one of them. 

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This is the 30th ministry project in Alaska built by the Samaritan’s Purse, an evangelical Christian relief organization based in the Lower 48 that leads construction projects in more than 100 countries. 

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month. KDLG talks with Gregg Marxmiller from SAFE, the women’s shelter in Dillingham. In our second segment with Marxmiller, he breaks down the cycle of violence, the signals of abuse and unhealthy versus healthy relationships. 

Bernina Venua

Residents walked the streets for Domestic Violence Awareness month. At the end of the march, SAFE invited folks to sit down for a roundtable discussion about domestic violence services in Bristol Bay.

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People learning Yup’ik now have another way to practice. A new Yup’ik language app aims to help them develop their skills outside the classroom. The goal is to revitalize the language in Bristol Bay. 

Courtesy of the Curyung Tribal Council

Annie Boochever will be presenting “Fighter in Velvet Gloves” and signing books at the Curyung Tribal Building Event Hall tonight at 7 p.m.

Courtesy of Togiak National Wildlife Refuge

The Mulchatna herd was only half of the minimum population objective this year. Now a proposal to reduce federal subsistence harvest limits is on the table.

Amanda Luiten

Congratulations to all the athletes who ran over the weekend! We’re so proud of all of you.

Togiak Wildlife Refuge

Susanna Henry moved to Dillingham in 2013 from Arizona. While she's happy to retire, saying goodbye to her home comes with mixed feelings.

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The absentee ballots didn't change the preliminary results: Heather Savo will fill the one open school board seat, Bill Rodawalt won city council seat B, and Chris Napoli was re-elected to council seat A. 

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month. KDLG talks with Gregg Marxmiller from SAFE, the women’s shelter in Dillingham. In this first segment, we break down what domestic violence is and some resources people can turn to.

Isabelle Ross/KDLG

The results from election day are not final; The city council will meet tomorrow to count absentee and question ballots. 

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