Koliganek New Koliganek Village Council shuts down travel, limits public access in village By Tyler Thompson • Mar 24, 2020 KDLG/Avery Lill An announcement from the council Monday night banned all travel for non-community members and limited access to public facilities. Where are Koliganek's king salmon? By Avery Lill • Jul 11, 2017 Avery Lill/ KDLG Red salmon hit subsistence nets hard in Koliganek this summer, but so far they are pulling in very few king salmon. Low Nushagak preventing barges, fishing boats from travelling By Allison Mollenkamp • Jun 20, 2017 Low water levels on the Nushagak are preventing barges from taking fuel and other supplies to villages up river. Koliganek, Dillingham school principals to depart at the end of the year By Hannah Colton • Mar 24, 2016 Kevin Tennyson Bill Schwan is heading to Wrangell after four years at DHS, and Cody McCanna is leaving after 15 years in Koliganek to head a charter school in Kenai. Denali Commission-funded diesel plants planned in Togiak, Koliganek By Hannah Colton • Oct 2, 2015 AVEC Two diesel projects in the Bristol Bay area were announced in a White House release in early September. SW District cuts ribbon on new Koliganek school By Hannah Colton • Sep 1, 2015 David Piazza Teachers and 58 students are adjusting to modern, bigger school with new tech and sports facilities Aleknagik hosts Southwest District science fair By Hannah Colton • May 6, 2015 Hannah Colton/KDLG Two eighth graders from Manokotak took first and second place overall for their projects: "Space: the Quiet Frontier" and "Size Matters" Delayed Koliganek School Construction Now Underway By Luke Brummer • Aug 12, 2014 Southwest Region School District Low river waters have delayed the completion of a new school in an upriver village, but officials are determined to get the rest of the materials to the site in time for winter. KDLG’s Luke Brummer has more.