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King Cove wins regional volleyball tournament

King Cove earned a spot at the state tournament at the end of the month. They are undefeated this season.

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51.3 million: ADF&G predicting another big year for Bristol Bay sockeye in 2018

The 2018 forecast also calls for the largest return ever to the Nushagak District: 21.8 million . Naknek Kvichak: 16.6 million; Egegik: 9.1 million; Ugashik: 2.9 million; Togiak: 860,000.

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photo courtesy of Robin Jones

The Alaska Association of Secondary Principals has named Robin Jones of Chief Ivan Blunka School in New Stuyahok the Region VII principal of the year.

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Northline Seafoods is looking to find a small fleet to sell to its floating freezer barge that it now plans to put at Clark’s Point in the Nushagak District in 2018.

Meth abusing menace has skirted serious jail time for past crimes in part because of Senate Bill 91's reforms, which aimed to put low-level offenders on supervised release rather than behind bars.

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School counselors in the Lake and Peninsula School District are now meeting with students and classes online to provide more consistent support for schools in remote locations.

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Port Heiden bought reindeer in 2015. After two years of reindeer herding, they are maintaining a stable herd of 30 animals. Before they harvest any for meat, they want to grow the herd to 100.


With a new population estimate for 17A moose showing numbers higher than the managed range, advisory committees and state, federal biologists support request for an extra week at the end of the fall hunt.

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Port Heiden's Tisha Christensen tells the story of a creature that visited her relative years ago.

Air taxi pilot and flight controller Robert Joseph May, 42, from King Salmon pled guilty to two counts of possessing child pornography and will spend between two and four years in jail.

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Students in the Lake and Peninsula School District have less time to complete the same number of requirements this year. To meet the challenge, they are working on projects that fulfill a variety of school standards. One Port Heiden seventh grader will get credit for writing, science, art and culture for making a cribbage board out of a caribou antler.

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Noah Ream joined the Meshik School staff in Port Heiden this month. His position was added because the school enrolled eight more students this fall.


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