Although this pine grosbeak is easily identified in this poor photo, a camera better than an iPhone is recommended (or your photo evidence is unlikely to convince your more expert friends that you really did spot a rare eyebrowed thrush at the feeder this month).
DILLINGHAM: Darren Coolidge, 42, was arrested Sunday by state troopers on a charge of attempted sexual abuse of a minor, a class C felony.
According to the trooper's investigation, Coolidge was intoxicated Friday night and began touching a 12-year-old girl staying the night at his home in Aleknagik. When she woke up to find Coolidge touching her, the victim said she began trying to kick him away and wake up others, and he left the room.
Coolidge was confronted Sunday by two troopers and the victim's mother, and claimed he was too drunk to remember what had happened.
KYUK, Bethel: State troopers are investigating the death of a one-year-old girl in the village of Emmonak.
A Village Public Safety Officer and health workers responded Saturday afternoon to a house after the girl’s father, a 31-year-old man, woke up on the couch and found the infant—who also had been sleeping on the couch—unresponsive.
Resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful and the infant was pronounced dead at the clinic.
DILLINGHAM: Alaska State Troopers say they have identified suspects in a burglary that occurred late last week at a home in Ekwok. Firearms were allegedly stolen out of the home while the owner was absent.
The investigation is ongoing according to troopers, and as of Monday no one has been arrested on the felony charges of burglary and theft.
Robyn Cheney co-hosts alongside Mike Larson in this week's Bristol Bay Sports Round-Up. They speak with Coach Willie Savo, and wrestlers Kenneth Savo and Cole Schagel about their feelings toward the State Championship and the seniors' final year of high school wrestling. Mike also talks about the volleyball players placing fifth in State with Coach Meghan Slagle, and players, Sydney Dray and Emma Wetter.