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City of Togiak

State will help Togiak make necessary repairs to seawall that has been damaged by severe storms over two warm winters.

Speaker of the House Mike Chenault (R-Nikiski) spoke with KDLG News Tuesday after Gov. Walker's Fish, Game board nominees were announced.

The Dillingham Education Association says the district violated its agreement when it purchased plane tickets for new hires; the school board dismissed the grievance Monday on the grounds that it is not timely.

Michael Matthew, 21, was hypothermic after searchers found him on the beach about 8 miles from the village, say troopers.

Floyd J. Stuck, 48, facing numerous drugs and weapons charges after authorities seize meth, heroin, stolen guns, and more at Tok residence Tuesday.

Rep. Sam Kito III (D-Juneau) joins to for KDLG's weekly call-in show, discusses state budget woes and more.

Dillingham City School District

Find the schedule (and score updates!) for the 2016 Battle of the Bay Tournament here. Action gets underway Thursday Feb. 4 and runs through Saturday Feb. 6.

Molly Dischner/KDLG

For 40 years, someone from Bristol Bay has sat on the state Board of Fisheries. Next fall, that might not be the case. 

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The National Park Service has published it's annual look at possible regulation changes - including some for Southwest Alaska parks.

Division of Forestry

Teachers and community members can learn about wildland fire ecology and management in an upcoming weekend course, 'Fire in a Changing Climate for Educators.'

Hannah Colton/KDLG

On Mondays after school, 'Magic: the Gathering' and 'YuGiOh' are the games of choice for a group of Dillingham boys. 

Board of Fisheries member resigns

Feb 1, 2016

The newest member of the state Board of Fisheries is planning to resign after less than a year on the job.

Tragedy in Togiak

Jan 31, 2016

Three men perish after vessel capsizes during return from successful moose hunt up the Togiak River.

Courtesy of ANSEP

The boarding school's superintendent calls the plan a "hostile takeover," but lawmakers have expressed strong interest in ANSEP's proposal to turn Mt. Edgecumbe into an accelerated program. 

KDLG

Permit out-migration, Donlin Gold EIS, making nalaxone more available, Broken Walls in Dillingham, and teens playing cards. 

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