Isabelle Ross

Reporter/Host
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The first five miles of Lake Road will be repaved by the end of July if all goes according to the Department of Transportation's plan.

US Fish & Wildlife

Nushagak Peninsula federal hunt returns indicate a slightly larger hunt than the long-term average. So far, 95 caribou have been recorded harvested.

Miss Alaska 2017, Angelina Klapperich, visited schools in the Bristol Bay area this week to talk about the importance of compassion.

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Thirteen athletes from Dillingham City School District will compete in the state senior Native Youth Olympics Games this weekend. 

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The Dillingham City School is performing the musical 'Peter Pan' on Saturday, April 21 at 6 p.m and Sunday, April 22 at 3 p.m. in the elementary school gym.

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Governor Walker's office is reaching out to local Alaska radio stations. KDLG's Izzy Ross talked with the governor about a few issues affecting Bristol Bay. 

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Dillingham's March for Science aimed to show the importance of science in the community.

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Alaska Department of Fish & Game biologists are predicting an early herring harvest for the Togiak sac roe herring fishery.

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Dillingham’s downtown streets won’t see repairs for another year. The Dillingham Downtown Streets Rehabilitation project has been postponed until summer 2019, because acquiring right-of-way for the project is taking longer than expected. It was originally supposed to take place summer 2017.

Alaska Department of Fish & Game

Bristol Bay’s bears are waking up. Residents have spotted bear tracks near the Dillingham landfill. Those tracks are not only a sign of spring, but also a reminder to brush up on bear safety.

Isabelle Ross/ KDLG

Dillingham residents of all ages turned out for SAFE’s annual “Choose Respect” march. With signs, chants, and songs they marched against sexual assault and domestic violence.

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