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Bristol Bay musher, John Hanson Jr. from New Stuyahok has been in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta since January to compete in sled dog sprint races.


As moose cope with the rigors of winter,  Alaska Department of Fish and Game warns that the animals are more likely to be aggressive.

Nunamta Aulukestai

On Friday, Ekwok Natives Limited's board of directors voted to cease its affiliation with Nunamta Aulukestai by a 4 to 1 vote. 

Dillingham City School District

Next week, 13 Dillingham high schoolers embark on a trip to France and Spain. For most, it will be their first trip outside the United States.


The University of Alaska Fairbanks  Bristol Bay Campus is accepting applications for a new structural and pipe welding program that will begin classes in August.

Mary Tilden pleaded guilty to felony failure to stop at the direction of a police officer, as well as theft and trespassing at a Wednesday hearing. 

Beaver Round-Up 2017

Mar 7, 2017
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Dillingham's 59th Beaver Round-Up  featured classic events like Dilly Capers, Little Miss Beaver Round-Up, bingo, tug-of-war, a traditional foods feast, bake-offs, races, and plenty of basketball. It also had some new events, like the kendama tournament. 

Thomas Cody O'Connor, 23,  died in a car accident on Parks Highway Feb. 26. A memorial service will be held in Dillingham on Tuesday, March 7.

Safe and Fear Free-Environment, Inc.

Finding funding for the MySpace Youth and Wellness Center in Dillingham has been difficult since its original CANDU grant ran out in 2015. But SAFE Education and Outreach Coordinator, Gregg Marxmiller, says that, thanks to grants and donations, he is confident that the center's funding will be sufficient at least to the end of 2017.

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Dillingham middle schoolers try their hands at everything from coding to first aid to ornithology during a week designed to give them a broader picture of available careers and hobbies.

AlaskaLegislature.tv/ Legislative Affairs Agency

House Joint Resolution 12 would urge Congress to enact legislation that would require genetically engineered salmon and salmon products to be prominently labeled as "genetically modified."

William Savo

Nearly 500 wrestlers from around the state converged in Tanana for the largest middle school wrestling tournament of the season.

Kristine Sowl/ Alaska Region USFWS

Murkowski points to the proposed road from King Cove to Cold Bay as a primary example of an area in which she hopes to see Alaskans gain greater access to land in the state.


Dr. Barbara Riley grew up in Dillingham. Now she works at the Kanakanak Hospital as a family practice physician.


Dillingham residents participated in the global dance event, One Billion Rising, in an effort to raise awareness about violence against women