Igushik setnetter Sarah Catalone surveys the Lone Star in early July, days after it capsized and sank. Catalone is among some two dozen plaintiffs who have filed suit, citing "gross negligence" on the part of Lone Star's captain and crew, Trident Seafoods, and the salvage companies who eventually recovered the vessel.
DILLINGHAM: A Dillingham resident who parked his car in a pull out nine miles down Snake Lake Road on Sunday came back to the car later in the day to find all four tires had been intentionally flattened.
Happy holidays, the damage was estimated at $800.
The state troopers are investigating, and hope someone will come forward with information about the case. Call AST in Dillingham at 842-5641.
The final version of the EPA’a “Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment” will likely be released in the next couple of months. One part of the assessment looks at the importance of salmon in the culture and everyday life of the native people of Bristol Bay. KDLG’s Mike Mason has the story.
Representatives with the Alaska Departments of Fish and Game and Natural Resources used a presentation Thursday in Anchorage to defend a controversial piece of legislation that will be in front of Alaska lawmakers when they go back into session in January. KDLG’s Mike Mason was there and filed this report.
For the second time (not in a row), Portland's Reid Ten Kley took top honors in the event. Ten Kley, whose family fishes the east side of Bristol Bay, tied knots and donned a survival suit faster than his fellow competitors.