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.
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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Latest from Alaska Public Media
- Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 20, 2018
- Mat-Su Borough Assembly approves Chijuk Creek timber contract
- Cleanup continues for fuel spills in Savoonga and Nome
- Israel pulls warplanes from Red Flag training exercises due to rising regional tensions
- 49 Voices: Victoria Petersen of Anchorage
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Crime and Safety
- Togiak clinic and Togiak Natives Limited offices burglarized
- Dillingham marches against domestic and sexual violence
- Two search and rescue missions completed successfully in Bristol Bay
- Pilot sentenced for a “buzz job” that leaves co-worker severely injured
- Perryville man arrested, charged with murdering his grandfather
- Biologists expect early 2018 Togiak herring run
- Unalaska Pays Thousands To Sink Already Sunk Boat
- One year after the sinking, crab fishermen remember the F/V Destination — and take extra precautions
- Board of Fish seeks Bristol Bay proposals by April 10
- Abandoned And Adrift, The Alaska Patriot Has Been Sunk In The North Pacific
- Bristol Bay Borough School District is a breakfast champion, according to USDA
- New Stuyahok special education teachers receive state award for inclusive practices
- Dillingham City School District appoints next superintendent
- UAF's Bristol Bay Campus to look for new director
- Dillingham City School District sees spike in enrollment, increased budget
- Governor Walker weighs in on mining and infrastructure in Bristol Bay
- House speaker Bryce Edgmon on the operating budget and Permanent Fund Dividends
- Recall Election Fails To Oust Unalaska’s Mayor
- Public testifies, asking Alaska legislature to support declaring Alaska Native language emergency
- Fansler Resigns To "Dedicate More Time To Personal Matters"