Headlines

Red salmon forecast tops 53 million

November 21st 1:24 pm

Early predictions show Bristol Bay 2015 run may be best in 20 years

Dillingham drivers await improvements amid road projects

November 21st 1:23 pm

The Alaska Department of Transportation is working on resurfacing Kanakanak

New Arctic transportation regulations set for approval

November 21st 1:22 pm

International agreement asks shippers to avoid marine mammals, bans waste disposal in Arctic waters

Hawaii-based Matson set to buy Horizon Lines

November 21st 1:22 pm

Shipping service expected to continue regular operations

Registered sex offender arrested for molesting young girl in Manokotak

November 21st 1:21 pm

Samuel Alexie Nicketa, 34, was arrested by state troopers earlier this month in Manokotak after his brother Vincent Nicketa reported he had seen him twice touching a 10-year-old girl during the night.

During two days of competition, the Raiders go undefeated

November 21st 1:20 pm

Unalaska conference standings are 9-0

Lady Raiders claim first at Cook Inlet meet

November 21st 1:19 pm

The Unalaska High School Lady Raiders continued to flex their muscle on the volleyball court this past weekend.

Wolverines wrestle to 6th at Peninsula Duals

November 21st 1:18 pm

Caleb Nay and the Dillingham Wolverines recovered from a slow start over the weekend and then rolled to a solid finish at the 2014 Peninsula Duals in Nikiski.

Kuskokwim 300 announces free entry

November 21st 1:18 pm

In an effort to try and bolster registration, the K300 race committee, which hosts a variety of dog sled races in and around Bethel, has announced free entry into all events for the 2015 season.

New Stuyahok places twelfth at Bob Bailey Wrestling Tournament

November 21st 1:17 pm

Blunka Blunka Jr. made sure everyone in the Greater Anchorage area remembers his name on Saturday afternoon by turning in a stellar effort at the 2014 Bob Bailey Wrestling Tournament.

Adult lady hoopsters rebound in Unalaska

November 21st 1:16 pm

Nobody knows for sure when the Women's Basketball League played its last game before returning to life this year, but it's off to a good start and plans another season in January, according to league organizer Pauline "Bubba" Tutiakoff of Unalaska.

Unalaska Police Report

November 21st 1:15 pm

As reported by public safety officers in Unalaska. Subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

In Brief

November 21st 1:14 pm

Photo contest looking for best Alaska fishing photos

Winter wellness activities abound

November 21st 1:14 pm

Whether you find your stride in drama club, yoga class, counseling sessions or aqua aerobics, leaders at the Wellness Program are eager to match Bristol Bay residents of all ages to a healthy outlet this winter season.

Obituaries

November 21st 1:13 pm

Elia Anelon, Lars Degn Nelson

Years Ago in the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

November 21st 1:12 pm

Internet shopping brings the stores into Bush homes

Seafood plant employees get jail time for Clean Air Act violation

November 21st 12:25 pm

Westward Seafoods workers sentenced for falsifying data to cover up pollution violations

Polar code set for approval

November 21st 12:23 pm

International agreement asks shippers to avoid mammals, bans waste disposal

Opinion: Murkowski should help country take accountability for climate change

November 21st 12:22 pm

This week, it's the sea stars.

Time to move forward after election

November 21st 12:17 pm

The election is over and the dust has settled.

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