Avery Lill

News Director

Avery Lill is news director, host and multimedia reporter for KDLG. She writes stories on a range of topics, from Bristol Bay’s dynamic fisheries and environment to education and public safety.

Avery grew up in Austin, Texas and studied philosophy and creative writing at Baylor University.

Before joining the KDLG news team in 2016, Avery was an intern then a news assistant at National Public Radio in Washington D.C. She also interned with NPR member station, KWBU in Waco, Texas. Her stories have aired statewide and on National Native News, NPR’s All Things Considered, and American Public Media’s Marketplace Morning Report.

When she’s not reporting, she’s probably outside hiking, kayaking, fishing, berry picking or cross-country skiing, depending on the season.

Tide Table Coffee

Cars line up in front of new Dillingham coffee shop for its soft opening.

Via Alexandra Guerson/Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Bristol Bay Sockeye Restaurant Week in Boulder, Colorado is raising the national visibility of Bristol Bay's salmon fisheries.

Avery Lill

The N&N market drew bargain hunters today as it reopened its doors temporarily for a fire sale.

Dillingham youth wins award for environmental leadership presented by the Earth Island Institute

Avery Lill

Owners of the N&N Market are offering $3000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the burglary and arson suspect(s) who broke in and set fire to the store on Sunday.

via flickr Alaska Region U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

This summer a clean-up effort in Togiak National Wildlife Refuge removed more than a ton of junk from the area.

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