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Governor Walker weighs in on mining and infrastructure in Bristol Bay

Governor Walker's office is reaching out to local Alaska radio stations. KDLG's Izzy Ross talked with the governor about a few issues affecting Bristol Bay.

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Dillingham students perform 'Peter Pan'

The Dillingham City School is performing the musical 'Peter Pan' on Saturday, April 21 at 6 p.m and Sunday, April 22 at 3 p.m. in the elementary school gym.

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The Dillingham City School is performing the musical 'Peter Pan' on Saturday, April 21 at 6 p.m and Sunday, April 22 at 3 p.m. in the elementary school gym.

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Governor Walker's office is reaching out to local Alaska radio stations. KDLG's Izzy Ross talked with the governor about a few issues affecting Bristol Bay. 

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held a public scoping meeting about the proposed Pebble Mine in Dillingham Tuesday, the seventh such meeting in two weeks.

Alaska State Troopers

Two buildings were burglarized in Togiak early Tuesday morning. Alaska State Troopers suspect that it was same person in both cases. 

Hannah Colton

If no one steps up to maintain it, Dillingham may lose the equipment that broadcasts the Alaska Rural Communication Service, a public television service that broadcasts a selection of programing from PBS and various news and entertainment stations.

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Dillingham's March for Science aimed to show the importance of science in the community.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers solicited public comment on the proposed Pebble Mine plan at five scoping meetings last week. At the two meetings on the shores of Iliamna Lake, near the Pebble deposit and proposed mine infrastructure, locals turned out to ask the Army Corps to consider possible effects a mine could have on their way of life.

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Alaska Department of Fish & Game biologists are predicting an early herring harvest for the Togiak sac roe herring fishery.

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Dillingham’s downtown streets won’t see repairs for another year. The Dillingham Downtown Streets Rehabilitation project has been postponed until summer 2019, because acquiring right-of-way for the project is taking longer than expected. It was originally supposed to take place summer 2017.

In December, Northern Dynasty Minerals and First Quantum Minerals announced that First quantum had agreed to buy into Pebble at $150 million for the option to become a 50 percent owner of the Pebble Limited Partnership at the end of four years. On Thursday, the companies extended the deadline to finalize that option agreement from April 6 to April 30.

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