aleknagik From captain to cabin boy: Fisherman ends 74-year run in Bristol Bay By Austin Fast • 14 hours ago Austin Fast / KDLG It's Charley Wren's 74th summer fishing in Bristol Bay and time, he says, for his demotion from captain to cabin boy. His son Travis Wren is taking over the F/V Wrangler and the family business. Twin Hills, Aleknagik start school year with high school students By Molly Dischner • Aug 30, 2016 Meghan Redmond School year starts with high school programs in Aleknagik, Twin Hills. Aleknagik School to begin bussing across the Lake By Hannah Colton • Oct 21, 2015 Luke Brummer In the future, the district may look at picking up students who live between the south shore and the Dillingham City Limit sign, says Superintendent Piazza. Bridge connects Aleknagik By Molly Dischner & Dave Bendinger • Oct 13, 2015 KDLG News Aleknagik celebrates new bridge over the Wood River. Reminder: take care at busy Aleknagik boat launch By Hannah Colton • Jun 19, 2015 Luke Brummer Swimming on the boat launch is dangerous for both swimmers and boaters, says Park Ranger Eskelin. Aleknagik's Wood River bridge now 75% complete By Hannah Colton • Jun 15, 2015 Hannah Colton/KDLG The last of 20 steel beams was put in place Monday for the skeleton of the 440-foot bridge connecting the south and north shores of Aleknagik. Aleknagik hosts Southwest District science fair By Hannah Colton • May 6, 2015 Hannah Colton/KDLG Two eighth graders from Manokotak took first and second place overall for their projects: "Space: the Quiet Frontier" and "Size Matters" Wood River Bridge to open this fall By Hannah Colton • Apr 3, 2015 Alaska DOT The DOT says the 440-foot bridge connecting the north and south sides of Aleknagik will be traversable by fall. Aleknagik tax on rent package plans approved By Hannah Colton • Apr 1, 2015 BBNC Aleknagik voters approved a new tax ordinance that makes lodge packages subject to the 9% bed/hotel tax. Wood River Bridge construction on winter break but still on schedule By Thea Card • Dec 3, 2014 Thea Card Listen Listening... / The $19 million dollar bridge is reported to be right on schedule and will resume construction in the spring. Aleknagik Makes Progress On North-South Bridge By Chase Cavanaugh • Aug 11, 2014 Alaska Department of Commerce Progress continues on the Wood River Bridge project. KDLG’s Chase Cavanaugh has more. Rare Birds Sighted near Lake Aleknagik By Reporter • Jul 11, 2014 Pat Walsh, USFWS Two species of rare bird have been spotted in the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge and have made their way to Lake Aleknagik. KDLG’s Chase Cavanaugh has more on the creatures and the efforts to study them. Wood River Bridge Project Moving Forward By Ben Matheson • Aug 22, 2013 Alaska Department of Transportation The long awaited bridge across the Wood River to connect the north and south shores of Lake Aleknagik is one step closer to construction. KDLG’s Ben Matheson has the details. Wood River Bridge Delayed a Year By Dave Bendinger • Mar 15, 2013 wikipedia.org The Alaska Dept. of Transportation had intended to put the Wood River bridge project out to bid in January, with hopes to break ground by July. Now, DOT says that'll be pushed back a year.