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Dillingham residents participated in the global dance event, One Billion Rising, in an effort to raise awareness about violence against women

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Dillingham elementary and middle schoolers competed Thursday for a trip to Anchorage and a chance to compete in the Alaska State Spelling Bee.

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The last emperor goose subsistence harvest was closed in 1987. Now, 30 years later, a spring and summer subsistence hunt and a fall and winter sport hunt of these birds has been approved.

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Kerrisdale Capital report takes aim at Northern Dynasty, whose stock skyrocketed after Trump election. Investor says stock is "worthless," noting physical, political challenges of developing Pebble Mine.

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Fish and Game planning to limit spring hunting and scale back bag limit in GMU 9 in effort to conserve dwindling numbers of game bird, which has apparently been hammered by low snow winters.

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King Salmon and Naknek staged a successful and chilly 2017 Winterfest. KDLG's Lawrence Hamilton attended the Winterfest and has a look back the festivities. 

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KUCB, Unalaska:  Three people were rescued Monday morning after their fishing vessel ran aground near Akutan Harbor.

After the U.S. Coast Guard heard reports the F/V Predator was taking on water, Petty Officer John-Paul Rios said they launched a rescue by air.

New Stu's John Hanson takes third at Kwethluk Sprint

Feb 15, 2017
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Paul Larson of Russian Mission takes top honors at annual two day sprint race along the Kuskokwim.

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KUCB, Unalaska: A small airplane landed on its belly Tuesday at the Unalaska airport. No one aboard was injured, but the accident shut down the runway for about four hours.

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Last week a Dillingham resident reported seeing a drone flying near his residence and around his neighborhood. As flying drones becomes an increasingly popular hobby, it can lead to questions. Can a drone fly through a persons yard? And what rights does a property owner have if one does?

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Five years ago, three orcas died in the Nushagak River. One was pregnant, and Bristol Bay area scientists, students, and educators have been working to make a  plastic model of the fetal orca's skeleton.

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St. George Island is waiting on an emergency water delivery after falling ice damaged the community’s reservoir on Monday.

In St. George, water is stored in a 280,000-gallon steel tank that draws from an aquifer. The reservoir isn’t insulated, so when cold winds batter the island from the north, water freezes inside the tank, usually near the top.

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Three Chignik Bay students recite their poetry, with a teacher intro, for KDLG's Bristol Bay and Beyond.

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Dillingham's Superior Court Judge Tina Reigh, the latest on the Nushagak orca fetus, an update from Winterfest, NWS says warmer spring than usual ahead, and poems from Chignik Bay.

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