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Three dead after skiff overturns near Togiak

February 5th 9:05 pm

Men were returning from hunting trip near Togiak River and had three moose on board

Cook Inlet Basin amplifies earthquake shaking

February 5th 9:04 pm

Millions of people live in dimples on the Earth's surface — often near the ocean, in lowlands between mountain peaks too rugged and cold. One of these global indentations, Cook Inlet Basin, recently showed another characteristic of the planet's basins [...]

UNALASKA POLICE REPORT

February 5th 9:00 pm

As told by the Unalaska Police Department.

ANSEP considers taking over Sitka boarding school

February 5th 8:57 pm

Mt. Edgecumbe High School may switch to a three-year accelerated program

Walker outlines priorities for Arctic in 2016

February 5th 8:52 pm

Erosion, internet, energy costs rise to top of concerns for 2016

Park Service proposes changes for Southwest Alaska

February 5th 8:51 pm

The National Park Service is proposing a handful of changes to its regulations in Southwest Alaska, including adjustments to where camping can occur in multiple parks. At Katmai National Park, NPS spokesman John Quinley said the park service wants to close [...]

Bristol Bay may lose voice on Fish Board

February 5th 8:49 pm

Walker says he was ready for something different, and didn't make decision lightly

Dillingham Round-Robin this weekend

February 5th 8:48 pm

Basketball action will take center stage this weekend in Dillingham as the 2016 Dillingham Round-Robin tournament gets under way. In all, four boys' and girls' teams from throughout the region will participate in the three-day event, which will begin on Thursday.

Manokotak splits games with Togiak, New Stuyahok

February 5th 8:48 pm

The Manokotak High School Lynx had a little good news and a little bad news come their way this past weekend on the hardwood in the Lynx Den. The team split its weekend series with rivals Togiak and New Stuyahok. Manokotak tipped off the weekend with a tough [...]

Lady Wolverines take two from Unalaska

February 5th 8:47 pm

The Dillingham High School Lady Wolverines moved a step closer to one of the top two seeds at the upcoming Southwest Conference tournament this past weekend by grabbing a pair of wins over the Unalaska Lady Raiders. With the two victories, Dillingham [...]

Raiders sweep two from Dillingham over the weekend

February 5th 8:46 pm

Ross Enlow, Ben Enlow, Tanner Leggett, Bryan Earnshaw, Rex Marquardt turn in stellar outings

Opinion: Letter to the Editor

February 5th 8:45 pm

Iliuliuk clinic has a bad track record in patient invoicing and collections

Alaska halibut stocks stabilizing, regulators say

February 5th 8:45 pm

Share of the total halibut catch set at 21.45 million pounds, an increase of 200,000 pounds from 2015

Opinion: New Alaska rail line just ends in a forest after consuming $184 million

February 5th 8:44 pm

On Sunday I rode my mountain bike to where Alaska's spending party died. An immense gravel embankment for a future rail line stops here in the woods with no money left to finish it. Alaskans have spent $184 million on the Point MacKenzie Rail Extension [...]

Opinion: Alaska should lead charge to secure equal pay for women

February 5th 8:41 pm

Women in Alaska have always broken through barriers in ways those in the Lower 48 have not. There are women working tough, physically demanding jobs in industry, women running commercial fishing boats, women flying bush planes and women mushing across the [...]

Holman to direct Unalaska Public Safety

February 5th 8:40 pm

Jennifer Shockley promoted to Holman's former position as deputy police chief

Opinion: Iliuliuk submits 578 accounts totaling $542,590 for collection

February 5th 8:39 pm

Iliuliuk Family and Health Services, Inc. (IFHS), after sending invoices and statements to patients pursuant to its Finance Policies and Procedures, and because it has not been successful in collecting funds owed, has submitted 578 accounts, representing 1459 [...]

Unalaska to ban marijuana sales

February 5th 8:38 pm

Local election could overturn city council's decision

In Brief

February 5th 8:37 pm

Mining company won't pursue Alaska Peninsula development By Molly Dischner Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman A mining company isn't pursuing further exploration at one Alaska Peninsula site, but another says it may continue work there. Millrock [...]

OBituary - Thaddeus 'Faday' Gromoff

February 5th 8:37 pm

Thaddeus "Faday" Gromoff, 53, passed away Jan. 12, 2016. He was born in St. Paul, Alaska. The late Father Ishmail Gromoff and the late Matushka Platonida Gromoff adopted him when he was a baby. They brought him to Unalaska and then to Old Harbor on Kodiak [...]

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