Dillingham Dock

How to avoid a Coast Guard ticket this season

Jun 5, 2018
Austin Fast / KDLG

Fishing fatalities in Alaska have decreased dramatically since the early 1990s, with federal statistics showing an average of nine deaths a year since 2010. The U.S. Coast Guard is trying to push those numbers even lower this summer with its annual dockside exams.

Bristol Bay Fisheries Report June 10, 2015

Jun 10, 2015
Molly Dischner/KDLG

Tonight we hear BBEDC  President/CEO Norm Van Vactor's outlook for Bristol Bay fisheries and check out what's happening in Togiak.

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Mike Mason

It looks like much of the cost of repairing the damaged all-tide dock in Dillingham will be covered by the cities insurance company. KDLG’s Mike Mason has the story.

Mike Mason

The dock in Dillingham that’s been fully or partially closed since August 8 has been repaired and is now open for business. KDLG’s Mike Mason reports.

Mike Mason

The large dock in Dillingham run by the city is closed and will remain closed while work is undertaken to repair damaged discovered last week. KDLG’s Mike Mason has the details.

Mike Mason

The City of Dillingham is working quickly to repair the damage discovered last week to the cities all-tide dock. A portion of the dock is still closed. That’s making is difficult for barges to be unloaded. KDLG’s Mike Mason has the story.

The large all-tide dock in Dillingham has been partially reopened after been closed last Thursday due to damage. KDLG’s Mike Mason has the details.