Gen. Joseph Ralston of the Cohen Group and NRDC's Joel Reynolds offer perspective on the findings from a study on EPA/Pebble released this week.

Winter commercial crab fisheries open Oct. 15 in the Bering Sea, but this winter’s harvest won’t be as strong as last year.

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After six years of fundraising by teachers and administrators, P.E. classes are enjoying the 60'-long, 8'-tall climbing wall. 


A new program through the Bristol Bay Campus provides an alternative to the GED for adults seeking high school equivalency.

Bristol Bay Field Notes for October 9, 2015.

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Terry Fuller

This episode is titled Plumes and is hosted by Terry Fuller.

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If students see lower scores, it's because the more rigorous AMP test is holding students to higher standards, says Dillingham Superintendent Danny Frazier. 

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NOAA scientists say a second warm year is causing poor pollock recruitment -- and could indicate a big shift in climate patterns in the Bering Sea.

Kai Raymond

Preseason estimate of 162,244 tons would be at the upper end of 10 year average, and leave nearly 29,000 tons available for the sac roe fishery.

Unofficial results show an unchanged Bristol Bay Borough Assembly, and one new face on the school board.


The ballots have been counted and --- unofficially --- Dillingham voters re-elected Alice Ruby to serve as mayor.

Tanya Dube

"I hate to see the kids shortchanged": Catholic church caretaker decides to help after state cuts schools' Alaska-grown foods program.

Jason Sear KDLG

In Pebble-funded study, former Defense Secretary William Cohen say agency should've allowed Pebble to enter standard NEPA permitting process. 

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Already one of the region's fastest runners as an eighth grader, Tuckwood opted to forego this year's state meet, saving her four years of high school eligibility for high school. 


The City of Dillingham is looking for a new owner - and manager - of about seven apartment buildings it acquired through foreclosure this summer.

Large number of BBNC shareholders cast votes in board of directors election.