Port Heiden Offal Fire moving away from Port Heiden By Isabelle Ross • Aug 27, 2019 John Christensen A volunteer was sent to a hospital in Anchorage last night due to smoke inhalation. The crew was able to put out the southern and middle portions of the fire with heavy equipment. Port Heiden's Offal Beach Fire burning across 1,100 acres at 50% activity By Isabelle Ross • Aug 22, 2019 Courtesy of Jaclyn Christensen An Alaska Fire Service aircraft that surveyed the fire yesterday reported low activity, with west winds at 25 - 27 miles per hour. Bristol Bay communities working on processing plants By Molly Dischner • Jun 10, 2016 Photo by Molly Dischner Efforts to launch local processors in two Bristol Bay communities may finally be coming to fruition. Board to discuss Bristol Bay boundary change By Molly Dischner & Dave Bendinger • Dec 3, 2015 The proposals up for discussion at the state Board of Fisheries meeting this week include some that would move the fishery near Port Heiden into the Bristol Bay fishery. Online map plots coastal erosion in eight Western Alaska locations By Hannah Colton • Oct 13, 2015 Scott Anderson Communities with extreme coastal erosion can now see what their shoreline looked like in the past and where it's projected to migrate in future years. Erosion prompts fuel tank relocation in Port Heiden By Hannah Colton • Sep 18, 2015 Native Village of Port Heiden The project by the Alaska Energy Authority will move new tanks inland by October; pipes will be laid next spring. Area M posts strong 2015 sockeye catch By Molly Dischner • Sep 16, 2015 Courtesy Alaska Department of Fish and Game Area M fisheries are winding down, and the preliminary numbers show a strong sockeye harvest there this year. Public submits 70 proposals for changes to Bristol Bay fisheries By Molly Dischner • Jul 31, 2015 KDLG Among the proposals to be considered by the Board of Fisheries in December are 24 that target district-specific management and regulations for the Bay’s commercial salmon fishery. First reindeer arrive in Port Heiden in effort to re-establish herd By Hannah Colton • Jul 7, 2015 Village of Port Heiden About a 100 residents will be trained to manage the new herd of 60, in an effort to bring back a long-dormant tradition in the region.