Lawrence Hamilton

Katmai National Park and Preserve

Staff are reaching out to the Bristol Bay public for help designing the 2017 bear pin, a popular souvenir given to Brooks Camp visitors upon completion of bear etiquette training.

Paula Singley

Lady Angels cap magical season with 40-34 win over Nenana Lynx in championship game Saturday in Anchorage.

Chrissy Roes

Peninsula Airways is facing criticism from Bristol Bay customers due to continued delays along the Anchorage route. The company says it is still in the process of integrating their new fleet of Saab 2000s. 

Bristol Engineering Service Corporation

The possible route and impacts of a road between Dillingham and Manokotak will be discussed at a a series of meetings at the end of the month. 

Paula Singley

The Bristol Bay Lady Angels look to improve upon their 2nd place showing in last year's state tournament. 

UAF Bristol Bay assistant professor Tom Marsik believes in the benefits of energy efficiency. He teaches the principles to students, and  has helped the campus gain recognition for its recent “green” retrofit. 


The Bristol Bay Native Corporation celebrated raising $200 million  for its shareholders by giving out an honorary dividend check to one of its elders. 


Dillingham school administrators say incidents involving hard drugs are on the decline. However, parents were shocked to learn that marijuana had been found on some fourth graders recently. 

NPS/R. Wood

National Park’s around Alaska are free to hire seasonal and short term workers as the Trump Administration exempted a range of positions from the federal hiring freeze on Tuesday. 

Jessica Veal

Bristol Bay born, and Kenai based, photographer Jessica Veal wants others to see the history of the region. Her photography explores the unique buildings that populate the banks of the Naknek.


King Salmon and Naknek staged a successful and chilly 2017 Winterfest. KDLG's Lawrence Hamilton attended the Winterfest and has a look back the festivities. 

State of Alaska

Recent $120,000 study into possible Dillingham Census Area Borough finds paths to feasibility but so far little to no support or interest from the region.


Fish and Game says perceived lower numbers of ptarmigan and hares are probably related to the low snow winters. More snow might push small game down from hillsides, and allow more hunter access.

Alaska Department of Fish and Wildlife

Research planned on larger cousin of more common snowshoe hare found only in Western Alaska. Biologists say they don't know much about Alaska hare's abundance, habitat, or behavior.