The Bristol Bay Times Serving Dillingham, Naknek, King Salmon and Southwest villages en-us 2017 Alaska Newspapers, Inc. Sat, 21 Oct 2017 23:39:13 CDT 1440 The Bristol Bay Times Residents (again) comment on Pebble EPA takes comments at listening sessions in Dillingham, Iliamna Sat, 3 Oct 479987 01:49:02 CST AFN convention shines light on Native issues Annual event happens this week in Anchorage Tue, 29 Sep 479987 17:15:42 CST No magistrate, email snafus add to courthouse woes Officials said they want a full-time judge in Unalaska Sat, 26 Sep 479987 03:09:02 CST Coast Guard opens Cold Bay air station As the winter fishing season gears up in waters off the Aleutian Islands and the Bering Sea, the U.S. Coast Guard announced this week it would be opening a seasonal air station in Cold Bay. Wed, 23 Sep 479987 00:09:02 CST State reminds Alaskas to stay fire safe as temperatures drop As the outdoor temperature drops and the days grow shorter, Alaskans crank the heat up and generally spend more time indoors. According to the state, fall season tends to be the peak season for house fires in Alaska, and those are often deadly. Sat, 19 Sep 479987 15:35:42 CST BBNA director of natural resources steps down to focus on advocacy Verner Wilson III wrapped up his time as Bristol Bay Native Association's director of natural resources last week. He is leaving BBNA after 18 months to take on the position of senior oceans campaigner with the environmental advocacy nonprofit Friends of the Earth. Mon, 14 Sep 479987 18:55:42 CST Unalaska clinic faces funding crisis Health care facility seeks $700,000 grant from city to avoid shutting down Tue, 8 Sep 479987 12:55:42 CST Edgmon to gavel in special session next Monday Gov. Bill Walker called the state's lawmakers back to another 30-day special session beginning Oct. 23. Walker has asked them to take up Senate Bill 54, which addresses reforms to Senate Bill 91, and his proposal for a flat payroll tax that could raise $300 million annually. Thu, 6 Aug 479987 07:42:22 CST AFN kicks off week of celebrating, supporting Alaska Native culture On Monday, a young hunter got the support of hundreds. He earned it the hard way. Mon, 3 Aug 479987 04:42:22 CST The last night of a great machine and a team who did their jobs well The printing press seemed to live. Every night for 31 years, beginning at about 11 p.m., it rumbled the building off Bragaw Street, the smell of ink wafting down the halls. From words and images, it made physical things. Thu, 30 Jul 479987 09:02:22 CST