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Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) joins to take your comments and questions live on KDLG. 

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A new law may clear an impasse in a stalled human trafficking case against Bill Allen, the former star witness in the federal corruption probe of Alaska politicians.

Rep. Sam Kito III (D-Juneau) joins to for KDLG's weekly call-in show, discusses state budget woes and more.

Alaska Senate Majority

Sen. Lyman Hoffman (D-Bethel) and Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) join to take your comments and concerns.

Dean Swope, KYUK

Emails and other documents show AVCP may have redirected TANF funds towards a flight school, elsewhere, not allowed by grant, despite objections by some employees.

A bill directing the State of Alaska to recognize protective orders from tribal courts is one of 31 pre-files released today.

Dillingham LIO to open for Legislative session

Jan 5, 2016

Just in time for the start of the Legislative session, Dillingham's Legislative Information Office will be open with regular hours beginning Jan. 18.

The second half of the 29th Legislative session starts Jan. 19, in Juneau.

The LIO’s hours beginning Jan. 18 are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More information on committee hearings and opportunities to testify will be available as the session gets started, according to LIO employee Katherine Carscallen.

Aleknagik certifies election results

Oct 23, 2015

The Aleknagik city council certified its election results Wednesday night.

Lake and Pen election results announced

Oct 20, 2015

A slate of mostly incumbents was re-elected in the Lake and Peninsula Borough.

Bristol Bay Borough elects mostly incumbents

Oct 6, 2015

Unofficial results show an unchanged Bristol Bay Borough Assembly, and one new face on the school board.

Dillingham re-elects Ruby

Oct 6, 2015
KDLG News

The ballots have been counted and --- unofficially --- Dillingham voters re-elected Alice Ruby to serve as mayor.

BBNC shareholders elect independent candidate to board

Oct 6, 2015

Large number of BBNC shareholders cast votes in board of directors election.

Bristol Bay students host debate

Sep 30, 2015

Most high school students can't vote yet, but the Bristol Bay Borough School American Government class hosted a debate for school board and assembly candidates.

Dillingham city council candidates run unopposed

Sep 30, 2015
KDLG News

Dillingham has three candidates for three seats on the city council.

If no one runs for Kim Williams' seat, the school board will begin soliciting for a new school board member.

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