Isabelle Ross

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Brelsford tackled a number of tasks during his time as Dillingham manager, among them, implementing the city’s COVID-19 regulations.

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Around 10 seiners, along with a few gillnetters, are expected to tap the 47,300-ton quota. That participation is a jump from last year, but it’s still much lower than normal.

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The single-dose vaccine is available through BBAHC and the Camai Community Health Center once again. The J&J vaccine will also be available in Iliamna Lake communities as early as this week.

Franzi Ross

It’s the last Feel Better Friday of the season! Look out for Friday health and wellness tips during the Fish Report, which starts in June.

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It's the final Tax Tip of the season! The Alaska Business Development Center is here to help you file your taxes. The deadline to file is May 17.

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The Dillingham City Council voted unanimously to hire former city manager Chris Hladick for the temporary position at a special meeting on Monday.

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No one was injured, but the plane sustained damage when it hit a chunk of ice and frozen gravel, breaking the right main gear and tipping it down on its wing.

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“We’re still a team, we’re still working together, and they’re just resilient. They’re so resilient. And although that’s a lot of positives, they’ve just overcome that big challenge," said Coach Amanda Luiten. 

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Students and staff at the Bristol Bay Borough School have gone through a lot this year — from the trials of remote learning to attending class in fish processing facilities and churches. The school held its first classes in the building last week.

Franzi Ross

Tax season is upon us. Tune in each Friday for a weekly tip on how to file your taxes from the Alaska Business Development Center.

Franzi Ross

Today on Feel Better Friday, we talk to Dr. Cathy Hyndman about allergies – from pet dander to spruce pollen.

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Some people believe the new emergency order doesn’t go far enough. The Dillingham City Council will vote tonight on whether to extend its declaration of emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic until September.

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The state has forecasted a jump in commercial salmon harvests across most species this summer. Once again, Bristol Bay is projected to see a huge influx of sockeye. But there are still concerns about king salmon runs.

Franzi Ross

Tax season is upon us. Tune in each Friday for a weekly tip on how to file your taxes from the Alaska Business Development Center.

Franzi Ross

Today we take a deeper dive into vaccines and answers some basic questions about what they do and how they work.

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