The Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation's new dental clinic should be complete sometime next year.
Cessna 206 with three onboard went down mid-flight after running out of fuel. The men used a PLB to notify authorities, and were rescued hours later.
The Dillingham public library reopened last Friday afternoon after being closed for a week due to electrical and computer troubles.
Eagle II skipper William A. Johnson brought in 25 halibut, the first fresh fish of the season for some happy customers.
Halibut was fetching $7 dollars a pound at the Dillingham harbor Tuesday afternoon.
Eagle II skipper William Johnson arrived in Dillingham with 25 halibut caught Monday just ahead of some rough weather.
“It was calm yesterday but now it’s blowing again, that’s why we came home.”
Troopers say Lutri helped seize nearly $350,000 in marijuana and hashish oil, beginning with two busts onboard the M/V Kennecott.
The salmon processors at odds over who gets the blue-label sustainability certification needed to sell fish in certain European markets are expected to enter mediation next week.
Two weeks of near constant rain set new record and cause high water levels for area lakes and rivers.
A new set of cameras by Explore.org offers a window on some of the thousands of male walruses sunning themselves on Round Island's beaches.
Five young people graduated Tuesday from the Maximum Achievement Program, or MAP school in Dillingham.
Danny Frazier, Principal of the MAP School, says several of the graduates plan to continue working jobs they started during MAP school, or to go on to other careers.
This class brings the number of MAP graduates up to 99 since the program started in 2003.
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DOT spokesperson says to expect a one-day closure Saturday, and the culvert work to install the pipe next Thursday.
DILLINGHAM: Police say a driver under the influence of alcohol crashed a vehicle in the woods off Kanakanak Road early Thursday. The accident was reported at 1:55 a.m.
Edward Krause, 31, was arrested on a DUI charge. Police say Krause admitted to drinking at the Sea Inn Bar before driving, and his BAC was .197 (two and half times the legal limit).
Police did not report any injuries.
When you catch a salmon in the bay, how do you know where it hatched? New research tells where Nushagak Chinook salmon were born and raised.
The project, which starts with the construction of a 115-foot one-span bridge, has been more than a decade in the making.
Bristol Bay fisheries management should continue this summer despite Gov. Bill Walker’s veto of about $47 million to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s operating budget.
Dillingham's Pete Andrew and Kodiak's Mike Friccero will serve on the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association board until June 2016.