Avery Lill

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Igiugig School's only senior, 17-year-old Dolly Zharoff, graduates this week. In the fall, she will attend the University of Alaska Anchorage

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As spring sets in and the school year draws to a close, students from the village of Igiugig pitch their tents across the Kvichak River for Goose Camp.

Analouise Hoseth dances at the end of a Yup'ik language class at Dillingham High School.
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In Dillingham and communities around the bay, schools are creating spaces for students to learn about their native languages and cultures.  

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The school board for the Dillingham City School District addressed issues of added administrative positions and the future of the art program at their Monday meeting.

Eric Marxmiller

Sustaining Bristol Bay Fisheries aims to keep those who fish in Bristol Bay informed and politically active in issues related to fishery sustainability.

University of Alaska's community campuses could face dramatic changes as the university faces further funding cuts from the state.

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The Dillingham City School District school board unanimously approved the budget for Fiscal Year 2018 at its Monday meeting. 

Andria Budbill

Café Olé, the Dillingham High School Spanish and French club, explored France and Spain at the end of March, practicing language skills along the way.

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Dillingham hosted Southwest Region School District's state qualifying competition for Native Youth Olympics this week.  Six teams from around the Bristol Bay area competed.

Dillingham Education Association

Educators, parents and community members gathered to discuss the Dillingham City School District's proposed budget at a meeting this week hosted by the DEA.

Alaska Department of Fish & Game

In the last few weeks, area wildlife biologist Neil Barten has seen several bears awake in the area and anticipates more in the coming weeks.

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Rainbow trout are heading down from the Naknek Lake into the river to spawn, and a handful of fishermen from around Alaska are taking advantage of this short fishery.

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Nanci Morris Lyon and Heath Lyon bought out their partners to become full owners and operators of the Bear Trail Lodge in King Salmon.

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The Bristol Bay 4-H Ballet Club will hold their third annual recital Saturday. For three years, volunteers have rallied to teach eager area youth the art of dance.

Annual marches around the state raise awareness of pervasive domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska.

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