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Lake and Pen cuts ribbon on new Port Alsworth school

Guests and officials joined Port Alsworth students, staff, and community members to officially open the new Tanalian School on Tuesday, August 18.
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King Salmon Lodge carving new niche in Bristol Bay summer tourism

Managers Matt Norman and Saundra DuCross are offering fine dining and nightly rates, attracting visitors who come to Bristol Bay for a variety of activities.
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Bristol Bay and Beyond, August 21, 2015

A visit to the new Tanalian School in Port Alsworth, a Bristol Bay lodge that caters exclusively to wounded vets, and another carving a niche in King Salmon.
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Doreen Brown of Anchroage will help advise Secretary of Education and Congress on Alaska Native and American Indian education.


Samaritan's Purse sponsors weekly retreats out of Lake Clark lodge for wounded veterans and their spouses.

Managers Matt Norman and Saundra DuCross are offering fine dining and nightly rates, attracting visitors who come to Bristol Bay for a variety of activities.

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Nearly $900,000 will fund a three-year program to pair elders with younger mentors to preserve local dialect, teach to next generation.

Artic Storm Management Group, LLC

Recruiters will be in the region next month, looking to ship able bodied men and women out to sea for good paying jobs.

Ray Troll

Artist Ray Troll and Katmai's Roy Wood were on the search for evidence of Jurassic creatures... and all signs pointed to the stomping grounds of the duck-billed dinosaur. 

National Weather Service

NWS warns water to reach peak midday Wednesday; Unalakleet Mayor not too concerned about flooding.

Two boaters were discovered Tuesday after being reported overdue from Eek on Monday. 

Around noon Tuesday, 40-year-old Ronald Green of Eek and 23-year-old Alicia Sharp of Quinhagak were located by searchers.  The two were reported overdue Monday, after they failed to arrive back in Eek on Sunday night. A local effort went by water to search for the pair, who were on an 18-foot Lund skiff.

Troopers said the deteriorating weather along the coast had grounded their aircraft from joining the search, but local airlines had been asked to look along their routes.

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Six guys and a truckload of cement - that's what it took to make a major upgrade at the Dillingham Animal Shelter happen.


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