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Funds for Naknek school renovation deleted from Senate capital budget

The removal of $11 million from the Senate's capital budget is another disappointment for the Bristol Bay Borough School District, after the state decided not to reimburse a voter-approved school bond last year.
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Brown bears draw hundreds to Alaska Peninsula for spendy spring hunt

For hunters like Wayne Hott, this $15,000-$25,000 trip is the hunt -- and the trophy -- of a lifetime.
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Bristol Bay and Beyond, May 20, 2016

A snapshot of the estimated $100 million tourism industry in Bristol Bay, which brings in tens of thousands of fishermen, hunters, rafters, and wildlife viewers each year.
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The process for considering changes to state fisheries regulations will stay the same for the time being.

A conference in Oklahoma this summer will bring together students from across the nation to discuss leadership and other issues, and the United Tribes of Bristol Bay is recruiting students from the region to attend.

UTBB Education and Outreach coordinator Heidi Kritz said the event will include keynote speakers, leadership workshops, and a career and education expo.

“This is a great opportunity for Bristol Bay youth in grades 10-12 to build leadership skills, learn about culture preservation, environmental awareness, healthy lifestyles and community service,” she said.

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This summer, fresh sockeye sent to 1,500 groceries stores around the country will have a Bristol Bay logo on the package.

Andrew Suskuk, Jr., 34, booked on first degree sexual assault charge after alleged rape of passed out woman in Dillingham late Saturday.

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The removal of $11 million from the Senate's capital budget is another disappointment for the Bristol Bay Borough School District, after the state decided not to reimburse a voter-approved school bond last year. 

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Swallows and other "aerial insectivores" are declining nationwide, which is why researchers around Alaska are ramping up efforts to monitor tree swallows using special nest boxes. 

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  An Aleknagik man is being charged with drunk driving after a single-vehicle crash that totaled a car at the Airport Y in Dillingham.

A snapshot of the estimated $100 million tourism industry in Bristol Bay, which brings in tens of thousands of fishermen, hunters, rafters, and wildlife viewers each year. 

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Rain hasn't kept Bristol Bay students from enjoying end-of-the-year activities like beach trips and field days.

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For hunters like Wayne Hott, this $15,000-$25,000 trip is the hunt -- and the trophy -- of a lifetime. 

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