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Six guys and a truckload of cement - that's what it took to make a major upgrade at the Dillingham Animal Shelter happen.

As part of the state's effort to reform its justice system, legislators heard Tuesday about how the prison population has changed over the past decade.

The Pebble Partnership has asked a federal judge to subpoena a former EPA employee in the lawsuit over the EPA's path to a proposed Clean Water Act designation in Bristol Bay.

Congress is working on a bill that could boost trade of Alaska seafood.

Dillingham residents will have an opportunity to participate in a listening session on Veterans Administration issues later this month.

Jason Sear

Northern attempting to raise $15 million through investments to fund legal, policy fights while seeking out new partner. 

photo taken Thursday

As of Thursday, vessel and barge still sit sunk on the Nushagak River. EPA says salvage will be complicated.

KDLG

The 17-year-old singing sensation from Toksook Bay was in Dillingham, and made time for KDLG's Bristol Bay and Beyond.

Do you have a recipe you'd like to share on our Friday program? If so, send an email to dave@kdlg.org. We'd love to hear it.

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Six high school students found plenty of rainbows, and quite a bit of sunshine, during a float trip down the 16-mile Pungokepuk River at the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge's science camp.

Annie Fox

Tens of thousands watch video of Ivy and Hazel stand ground as brown bear comes roaming onto Aspen Drive this week.

USDA rule change lowers community poverty level threshold, making Dillingham eligible for federal funds to buy all student meals.

Holly Johnson and Tracy Hightower each declared candidacy for Dillingham mayor Tuesday.

Special response trooper team flew in, used robot to end potential standoff with intoxicated Lee J. Ludvick, 29, in Iliamna.

Died Saturday at annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota.

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