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Unicorn Gardens faces challenges of Alaska weather, wildlife

Jun 16, 2017
KDLG

Patricia Treydte has been working on Unicorn Gardens for 35 years, and takes great pride in supplying fresh local produce all summer long.

Avery Lill/ KDLG

U Pop Em has moved from their location in the Dillingham harbor where they have sold fireworks since 1993. In more than two decades of experience, owners Billie Benedict and Paul Peck have learned a lot about how to run a fireworks business in rural Alaska.

Open Line For Friday, June 16, 2017

Jun 16, 2017

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Tustumena Ferry delayed until August 15 due to repairs

Jun 15, 2017
KBBI

Scheduled repairs on the Tustumena are taking longer than expected. The delay is forcing fishers to find different modes of transport for their crews and cargo.

Open Line For Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Jun 14, 2017

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An art gallery that features area artists' work is now open once a week in Dillingham.

Sarah Grace Durrance

Starting next week, look for this data in our nightly Bristol Bay Fisheries Report, which will air nightly at 6 & 10 p.m., and 2 a.m., with early shows at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

KDLG

George Wilson and Robert Hill took their welding and fabricating work a step further this year, building custom designed skiffs to for Bristol Bay set net customers.

Allison Mollenkamp

On Monday night the city's finance and budget committee met to discuss the proposed f/y 2018 budget. Their recommendations will be presented to the full council Thursday night ahead of a vote.

KDLG

Attendance was low at Saturday's meeting of Bristol Bay drifter's association in Dillingham Saturday. Members heard an update on the sockeye market, the new marketing campaign, and how the RSDA is helping fund management again this year.

A 25-year-old Ekwok man, who was accused of sexual assault, was found not guilty. He remains in custody, however, for assaulting a police officer and corrections offer before his trial.

Pebble says they are contracting with AES to streamline its business relationships with village corporations around Iliamna Lake.

KDLG

PMTF pulls a few sockeye out of its tesh meshes, noting the cooler water temps this year over last. Egegik and Igushik may see some commercial fishing this week as managers seek some data.

Admitted gambling and drug addict Floyd Jay Mann, 55, “wishes to accept responsibility” for bilking some $3 million out of more than a dozen victims, according to attorney.

KDLG

First local fish expo had 43 vendors and raised roughly $15,000 to benefit the Little Angels Childcare Academy.

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