Isabelle Ross

News Director
KDLG file photo

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.

Robyn Chaney

Each year, a competitive national program selects two high school students from each state to meet with national leaders, like the president and Supreme Court justices. This year, one of the students chosen was a Dillingham senior.

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After a spike in February, case numbers around the region have plateaued. In Dillingham, just one person has tested positive in the past 20 days. 

 

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Vaccines – we’ve been hearing about them all year. Today we hear about how vaccines work, and answer some basic questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.

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The health corporation says it will use the Pfizer vaccine primarily for teenagers who are 16 or 17 years old. It will also give second doses of Pfizer to people who received a first dose of that vaccine elsewhere.

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.

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Participation from the gillnet fleet has been low in recent years. This spring, Fish and Game will open the area from Kulukak Bay to Right Hand Point to gillnetters first, as usual. But if there are none, it will open fishing to seiners.

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.

U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Micaiah Anthony

The Pacific Air Forces Support Center will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the King Salmon Air Force Station Theater to talk to residents about the exercises.

Courtesy of John Rhyshek

Borough police intercepted a package that contained nearly 30 grams of methamphetamine on March 6, according to a news release from the department.

Franzi Ross

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! We speak with Brian Landrum, the executive director of the Alaska Brain Injury Network.

Courtesy of Dustin Parker

 

People 16 years of age and older are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. By the end of the week, nearly 300 people in communities around Iliamna Lake will have received Moderna’s two-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Courtesy of Nushagak Cooperative

Update: As of 4:04 p.m. the internet is back up and running, according to an update from Nushagak Cooperative.


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