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More participation expected for 2017 Togiak herring

Now with some funding for management, Fish and Game monitoring sea ice and surface temperatures, and predicting early May arrival of state's largest herring fishery. Some 19 seiners and 16 gillnetters expected to fish, with early market signals suggesting a price in the $100-$150 per ton range.

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Bristol Bay and Beyond, Mar. 24, 2017

Gov. Bill Walker drops by this week. Plus we have Sharon Hansen of the champion Lady Angels, and Tanalian's Moriyah Lorentzen from this year's Poetry Out Loud. Plus a profile of the homeschooling life.

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Katmai National Park and Preserve

Staff are reaching out to the Bristol Bay public for help designing the 2017 bear pin, a popular souvenir given to Brooks Camp visitors upon completion of bear etiquette training.

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While the practice of running the Iditarod Trail recreationally isn’t new, both the timing of this trip and the lavish scale of the accommodations requested by its participants made the journey exceptional.

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The Bailey family lives just outside of Dillingham. They home-school their five children. This year three of their students are enrolled in a program that allows home-schoolers to tap into the public education system. 

Sarah Grace Durrance

Gov. Bill Walker drops by this week. Plus we have Sharon Hansen of the champion Lady Angels, and Tanalian's Moriyah Lorentzen from this year's Poetry Out Loud. Plus a profile of the homeschooling life.

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New Stuyahok's John Hanson Jr. won the sled dog sprint race in Russian Mission last weekend.

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The school board of the Dillingham City School District interviewed and appointed Bernina Venua to the school board at their Monday meeting.

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Lady Angels cap magical season with 40-34 win over Nenana Lynx in championship game Saturday in Anchorage.

Southwest legislators discussed House and Senate priorities for how to address a nearly $3 billion deficit at the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference in Anchorage March 3.

Judge Reigh did not find sufficient evidence of stalking involving two post office employees and Ekwok resident David McNease, who is often on the edge of "rage" when picking up his mail, says postmaster.

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Speaker Edgmon on that budget, Dr. Jyll Green shares about Vivitrol, Craig Medred opines on Iditarod race(s), we hit the road with Dr. Dan, and an average day bird watching beats any day in the office.

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