Michael Kohler, 28, is wanted on several warrants. Last seen walking away from Jake’s Place, after allegedly stealing keys, ATM cards, and a cell phone.


Incinerator requiring roughly 200 gallons of diesel per day, much higher than expected. Types of trash and lack of sorting might to blame, but city wants options.

Alice Moxie, 26, and Dick Itulmulria, 50, both flown to Dillingham for medical care after accidents caused by drinking and driving, say troopers.


Jim Bob Folsom, 30, caught with drugs, guns, and money after probation officer found him using fake penis for scheduled urinalysis.


Responding to public pressure, council members voted unanimously to continue protesting transfer of liquor license to proposed new store on Raspberry Circle.

Avery Lill

Owners of the N&N Market are offering $3000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the burglary and arson suspect(s) who broke in and set fire to the store on Sunday.

Sentenced to one year in jail for selling two doses of heroin to police confidential informant in Dillingham in late 2014.


A jury of his peers said Ronald Johansen, 23, stole the Dodge truck pictured below last year. He's likely to spend one to three years in jail for the class C felony offense.

via flickr Alaska Region U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

This summer a clean-up effort in Togiak National Wildlife Refuge removed more than a ton of junk from the area.

Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game

This weekend Bristol Bay red king crab and Bering Sea snow crab open with lower quotas. Other crab fisheries closed this season, following low stock assessments from summer survey.

Troopers say alcohol and speed were "significant factors" when Ford Expedition driven by 21-year-old Kendall Alvarado rolled and went off the roadway early Sunday.


Volunteers Fire Responders finished putting out fires started inside the N&N Market, one of two grocery stores in downtown Dillingham. Damage inside "pretty heavy," according to fire department.

Mike Keenan wants to transfer a liquor license from the store inside the Willow Tree to a new location on Raspberry circle. The city council heard an earful about that idea Thursday.

Sharon Thompson

The lack of reliable childcare options in the Bristol Bay Borough impacts parents, children, employers, and the community at large. A group of residents is working on a solution. They now have $80,000 from the Borough to develop a certified childcare center. 

Kai Raymond

Using an average across the data set, minus ten percent, ADF&G predicts 130,852 ton biomass, with 22,943 tons set aside for Togiak sac roe commercial fishery.