Dillingham

Russian adventurers to retrace explorer's route

Jul 12, 2017

Dr. Mikhail Malakhov and his team will paddle up the Wood River and portage into the Kuskokwim drainage.

Low Nushagak preventing barges, fishing boats from travelling

Jun 20, 2017

Low water levels on the Nushagak are preventing barges from taking fuel and other supplies to villages up river.

Unicorn Gardens faces challenges of Alaska weather, wildlife

Jun 16, 2017
KDLG

Patricia Treydte has been working on Unicorn Gardens for 35 years, and takes great pride in supplying fresh local produce all summer long.

Dillingham youth wins award for environmental leadership presented by the Earth Island Institute

State sets new timeline for annexation petitions

Aug 30, 2016
DCCED

Despite a delay to allow more time for the public to weigh in on a staff report and the comments its generated, competing petitions to annex parts of the Nushagak fishing district should be considered this fall.

Gas prices drop below $4 in Dillingham

May 27, 2016
KDLG News

Just in time for a sunny Memorial Day weekend, Dillingham gas prices at record low for the past decade.

Hannah Colton/KDLG

Dillingham and Nondalton youth will benefit from grants meant to facilitate gardening and local food projects this summer.

Dillingham youth learn trapping skills

Feb 5, 2016
Courtesy Jenny Bennis

Outdoor skills? Star-lit walks on the tundra? Dead animals? Bad jokes? The 4-H Trapping Club has it all.

Dillingham post office gets more parcel lockers

Nov 18, 2015
KDLG News

New lockers at the Dillingham post office could make package pickup a little quicker.

Dillingham gas prices drop below $5 per gallon

Nov 6, 2015
Molly Dischner/KDLG

Gas prices in Dillingham took a big dip Friday, dropping below the $5 dollar mark.

Clark Fair

President Barack Obama spent three hours in Dillingham Wednesday, picking salmon out of a net and dancing with some young students.

Bristol Bay fishery Sunday update

Jul 12, 2015
Molly Dischner/KDLG

Bristol Bay catches climbing, processors plugging up.

Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 3, 2015

Jun 3, 2015
Molly Dischner/KDLG

Tonight we continue our series with Bristol Bay's Commercial District managers. Tim Sands takes our questions and yours.

Thea Card

The $19 million dollar bridge is reported to be right on schedule and will resume construction in the spring.

Dillingham County Courthouse

Vaughn Clark called in from the Anchorage jail to his arraignment trial in Dillingham today.  He's being charged with seven felonies and one misdemeanor.  

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