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Update: debris found on Lake Clark, search for submerged wreckage begins

Crash victims identified Friday as search for wreckage continues. Debris linked to plane picked up on Lake Clark Thursday, approx. 11 miles northeast of Port Alsworth.

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Reigh, Joanis tapped as top two for Dillingham Superior Court

Alaska Judicial Council interviewed seven candidates and took public testimony Tuesday before selecting Tina Reigh and Lance Joanis to send to Gov. Walker.

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Bristol Bay and Beyond, Dec. 2, 2016

This week, reaction on annexation petitions passing LBC hurdle, solar power in Naknek, a local potter tells us about her work, and outgoing judge Pat Douglass joins for our Friday conversation.

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Avery Lill, KDLG

Sprinkler system contained small fire that started in utility room. Fire appears to have been caused by one of two boilers.

National Park Service

Crash victims identified Friday as search for wreckage continues. Debris linked to plane picked up on Lake Clark Thursday, approx. 11 miles northeast of Port Alsworth.

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Dillingham, Manokotak petitions to annex Nushagak district cleared big hurdle with Local Boundary Commission support last week. A tax on the harvest could be back in place by 2017 season.

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Alaska Judicial Council interviewed seven candidates and took public testimony Tuesday before selecting Tina Reigh and Lance Joanis to send to Gov. Walker.

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The age of state fishing permit holders rose to 50 in 2014. Last spring, researchers surveyed students in Bristol Bay and Kodiak in an effort to better understand the barriers to Alaska fisheries for young fishermen. This week, they are in the area to present their findings.

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Hunt still open, but Fish and Game has warned that the bull-to-cow ratio in areas near Dillingham is low, perhaps low enough to limit some hunting.

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This conversation originally aired on the Dec. 2 Bristol Bay and Beyond. Listen below. Reach the author at dave@kdlg.org or 907-842-5281.

This week, reaction on annexation petitions passing LBC hurdle, solar power in Naknek, a local potter tells us about her work, and outgoing judge Pat Douglass joins for our Friday conversation.

Dave Bendinger/ KDLG

A solar power project in Naknek aims to demonstrate that solar power is a cost-effective option in rural Alaska.

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This piece originally aired on KDLG's Bristol Bay and Beyond.

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