High winds cause damage in Unalaska

Nov 20th 11:49 pm By Jim Paulin

School canceled as 90-mph gusts blow out car windows, tear roofs from buildings

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Opinion: Philanthropy an investment in community

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In Dillingham, a single nonprofit provides help for domestic violence and sexual assault victims from 33 villages and tribes across the Bristol Bay region. By September, Safe and Fear-Free Environment (SAFE), had already served 607 women, men and children, [...]

Opinion: Alaska's jail practices make us hypocrites

November 20th 10:32 pm

Each year, thousands of Alaskans are incarcerated. While some leave state, most, about 3,500, stay in Alaska jails. And according to a recent study ordered by the governor and released Monday, that is a very dangerous place to be. While few would assume that [...]

Face of tundra pitted by fire

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Eight summers ago, a bolt of lightning struck a dry tundra hillside in northern Alaska. Fanned by a warm wind that curled over the Brooks Range, the Anaktuvuk River fire burned for three months, leaving a scar visible from the International Space Station. The [...]

Tanner crab fishery called off again

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Manager speculates the Tanner drop-off is due to increased predation by growing numbers of cod

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Report estimates inshore harvest of 34.1 million sockeye in 2016

Unalaska's McKracken shines at Peninsula Duals

November 20th 11:12 pm

Connor McKracken turned in a stellar outing this past weekend and helped the Unalaska Raiders do well at the 2015 Peninsula Duals wrestling tournament. McKracken posted four of the Raiders' 18 wins on the mat during the three-day meet. McKracken was a force [...]

Dye leads Wolverines to fifth at Duals

November 20th 11:11 pm

Justin Dye made sure the Dillingham High School Wolverines would get noticed this past weekend at the Peninsula Duals. And, he didn't do too bad of a job at getting himself a few accolades, too. Dye won all seven of his matches and helped carry Dillingham to [...]

Martello to lead seafood association

November 20th 11:06 pm

After a lengthy search, the Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association has a new executive director set to start in December. The organization, which is funded by a tax on drift fishermen, announced Nov. 12 that Becky Martello would take the top [...]

Dillingham Post Office installs new lockers

November 20th 11:05 pm

Just in time for the holiday mail rush, the Dillingham post office has a new set of parcel lockers, and an extra hour for folks to buy stamps or send off their own packages. The new lockers are accessed from a separate entrance on the left side of the post [...]

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