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A week after his own coalition demanded his resignation, House District 38 Representative Zach Fansler stepped down on Friday morning. The freshman Democrat from Bethel is accused of assaulting a woman when she rejected his sexual advances, though he denies the allegations.

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Jason Johnson is slated to start work as the superintendent of Dillingham schools July 1.

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Dillingham's downtown water delivery system is undergoing renovations, including new control panels and improved water sampling

Ole Shangin, 32, was arrested Wednesday on murder charges related to the 2016 shooting death of Joseph Peterson, 31, in Ivanof Bay.

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Speaker Bryce Edgmon, a Dillingham Democrat, said in a press availability Tuesday morning that the caucus is giving Rep. Zach Fansler time.

courtesy of the City of Unalaska

Unalaska Mayor Frank Kelty faces a March 6 recall election. A KUCB investigation was unable to turn up evidence of the backroom dealings of which Kelty is accused. 

Robert Joseph May, a 42-year-old from King Salmon, will serve two and a half years in jail for possessing child pornography

Photo courtesy of U.S. EPA

EPA administrator Scott Pruit announced Friday that the EPA is suspending efforts to reverse an Obama-era proposal to restrict mining in Bristol Bay.

Postponed 2018 Akiak Dash Begins This Saturday

Jan 26, 2018
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The 65-mile race from Bethel to Akiachak takes off Saturday morning.

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Cynthia Rogers is no longer the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Bristol Bay Campus director.  Sarah Randolph-Andrew took over Tuesday as interim director while UAF searches for a permanent replacement.

Alaska Earthquake Center

Several Alaska Peninsula communities evacuated to higher ground during a tsunami warning Tuesday.

The state is seeking input from Bristol Bay residents on Alaska's response plan to the opioid epidemic.


Dillingham City School District enrolled more students than projected this year, which brought in $400,000 more from the state than the school board anticipated when it formulated the 2017-2018 budget.

photo courtesy of Ravn Alaska

Grove / AKPM: Six former Ravn Alaska employees are charged with stealing hundreds of computers sent by mail to village schools.

Board of Fish seeks Bristol Bay proposals by April 10

Jan 18, 2018

Bristol Bay finfish convenes in Dillingham late next fall, but now is the time to work with staff and stakeholders to draft proposed changes to sport, subsistence, and commercial fishing regulations.