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Bristol Bay belugas doing well says more than a decade of research

September 12th 12:05 pm

Collaborative group inspected 10 belugas during 12th season of on-site research

Murder trial finally starts, long jury selection

September 12th 12:04 pm

After six days of interviewing 158 candidates for a murder trial in Unalaska, a jury of 15 was selected on Tuesday.

Years Ago in the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

September 12th 12:03 pm

Gov. Knowles puts subsistence on Sept. 22 agenda

WHO DONE IT?

September 12th 12:02 pm

As told by the Dillingham Police Department and the Alaska State Troopers. Any charges reported in these statements are accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.

Opinion: A better bay: Sustaining local fishing jobs

September 12th 12:02 pm

Much of my perspective, direction and good fortune in life can be traced back to my upbringing in Naknek.

Raiders race to 4th at Palmer Invitational

September 12th 12:01 pm

Ross Enlow and the Unalaska High School Raiders didn't just turn in a solid performance at the Palmer Invitational cross country meet on Saturday afternoon. They made sure everyone knows they could be a major player at the state cross country championships.

Unalaska girls race to 4th at Palmer Invitational

September 12th 12:00 pm

Amelia Napper and Christian Escalante both turned in top 30 runs on Saturday and led the Unalaska High School Lady Raiders to a seventh-place finish in the Class 1-2-3A team standings at the Palmer Invitational.

New boats arrive for Bristol Bay VPSOs

September 12th 12:00 pm

Fifteen new boats have been purchased for use by Village Public Safety Officers in the Bristol Bay region, courtesy of a $582,054 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Discipline program at Dillingham Middle/High School showing signs of success

September 12th 11:59 am

Students removed from classrooms must negotiate their re-entry with teachers

Unalaska police log

September 12th 11:58 am

As told by the Unalaska Police Department. All individuals are innocent until proven guilty.

LNG, offshore oil, bollards and bullrails on D.C. agenda

September 12th 11:57 am

From LNG to bollards and bullrails, the city got has its ducks in a row, in preparation for a trip to Washington, D.C. later this month to seek funding for harbor improvements in the busiest deepwater port in western Alaska, and to help support the offshore [...]

Slow loading on the campaign trail

September 12th 11:56 am

From sewage lagoons that stink to high heaven, to wicked slow creeping Internet, it's hard to believe how tough life is in rural Alaska, when the campaign trail stops at the end of the road system, according to Forrest Dunbar, the Democrat running for [...]

Opinion: Health insurance increase tough, and unnecessary, pill to swallow

September 12th 11:41 am

It isn't often that one feels so dramatically the impact of state government policy on one's immediate health and well-being, but this is one of the weeks where thousands of Alaskans will.

Opinion: Bigger isn't always better when it comes to energy in Alaska

September 12th 11:40 am

PAXSON -- It is easy to become entrenched in our thinking.

Sullivan bows out of fisheries debate in Kodiak

September 12th 11:39 am

"Surprised and disappointed" was the reaction by Sen. Mark Begich upon learning that his opponent Dan Sullivan has bowed out of an Oct. 1 fisheries debate in Kodiak.

Ernest Leffingwell, scientist with a fan club

September 12th 11:38 am

One hundred years ago, a group of men sailed to the northern coast of Alaska to find a land mass rumored to protrude from the Arctic Ocean.

Salmon fishing in Kotzebue aligns perfectly with local mindset

September 12th 11:34 am

Out along the rock bar the current is deep and dark. My daughter, China, and I stand on the uneven rocks at the edge of the eddy, pulling our net ashore, unhurried, hoping for a tasty fish for dinner and no more.

Students get hooked on adventure at river camp

September 5th 2:54 pm

For the past 10 years, the Togiak Refuge has sponsored a River Ecology and Outdoor Skills Camp float trip camp for students in communities surrounding the refuge.

City officials' trip to Europe raises issues

September 5th 2:53 pm

Missing reports, limited invitations in Finland Policy Tour may lead to changes

Fall waterfowl hunting season opens

September 5th 2:52 pm

The state managed waterfowl hunting season opened with a bang, with a lot of bangs, Monday.

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