On a Sunday evening search, troopers found a skiff, elderly couple from Dillingham overdue on a trip to New Stuyahok.
Seine fleet open for 74 hours, and gill netters open until further notice, after Fish and Game documented at least 35,000 tons of herring.
Gov. Bill Walker was recently adopted into the Tlingit Kaagwaantaan Clan. The ceremony happened during the 80th Assembly of the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, where Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott was also given a lifetime achievement award.
Dillon and Triston Chaney, brothers from Dillingham, have been nominated for the Spirit of Youth Award.
An Aleknagik man was arrested last Friday for smuggling alcohol into Togiak.
Swans and other migratory birds are showing up early this year.
Dillingham athletes reached the podium in six different events and were honored for best team sportsmanship overall.
This weekend brought a wintry blast of hail and rain to the Aleutian Islands -- and the potential for a unique kind of storm.
Dillingham resident Kyle Belleque opened up his organic garden Sunday to teach interested green thumbs more about how to have a successful garden in this area.
US Coast Guard defines terms of regulations for OUVP certification for Alaska.
The Federal Subsistence Board decides to take no action for now on management of salmon stocks on the Kuskokwim or Yukon Rivers.
The passing of Igiugig's Mary Olympic, Trident's new fishmeal plant in Naknek, voices from the boat yard, and a high schooler's award winning poem.
Ahead of another quiet season at their worksite north of Iliamna, the Pebble Limited Partnership is selling off some surplus equipment.
Trident Seafoods plans to test the fishmeal plant during the Togiak herring fishery, ahead of full operations this salmon season.
The 64-year-old likely successor to UA President Pat Gamble said stress from the job was taking a toll on his health.