The state Board of Fisheries will consider 70 proposals addressing possible changes to Bristol Bay fisheries this winter.
The airline aims to offer essential air service to rural communities in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
The bulk of reductions will come from leaving faculty positions unfilled, so no programs will be cut at this time, says campus director.
Delores Churchill and Donald Varnell, both traditional artists from Ketchikan, will headline this year's convention Oct. 15-17.
Four locals, including RRC director Anders Gustafson, have been charged with stealing Jakolof Cove Farm oysters near Homer.
Dr. Mikhail Malakov and companions are expected to be kayaking Cook Inlet, Iliamna Lake, and down the Kvichak River for two weeks.
Memorial services for family and friends will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday ahead of funeral services Saturday.
John E. Wassily, 54, booked for sexually assaulting another man in his cell. Both men were sleeping one off in jail Tuesday night.
The Bristol Bay Borough recieved nearly $500,000 from the Alaska DEC to upgrade the area's sewage system to allow future growth at processing facilities.
Morris B. Lopez, 50, was drinking when he fired his rifle off in the Dillingham Harbor last Saturday. He pleaded guilty Tuesday.
Sue Lee of Dillingham and Frederick Coolidge of Aleknagik participated in ANSEP's acceleration academy and internship this summer.
The fish may have outlasted the fleet this year, as returns are still continuing but effort is winding down.
Zachary Krom, 25, of Anchorage, was killed, and Joshua Fullmer, 34, from Boise, Idaho, injured after being struck by taxi early Saturday.
Bristol Bay’s Togiak District will remain exclusive for an extra nine days under a July 24 decision by the state Board of Fisheries.
Marcia Dale at Watzituya has been providing nets and moral support to Bristol Bay fishermen for over 30 years.