The Bristol Bay Times Serving Dillingham, Naknek, King Salmon and Southwest villages en-us 2017 Alaska Newspapers, Inc. Tue, 23 May 2017 19:18:44 CDT 1440 The Bristol Bay Times Trump EPA reaches deal with Pebble WASHINGTON mdash; The Environmental Protection Agency has settled an ongoing lawsuit with the Pebble Limited Partnership and says the company can apply for a federal permit for its proposed massive gold and copper mine in the Bristol Bay watershed. Thu, 13 Jul 475797 07:35:20 CST Unalaska council board rejects Whittern appeal In Unalaska's ongoing battle over property values between City Appraiser Mike Renfro and land owner Coe Whittern, the score is now one to one after Renfro won the latest round last week. Whittern won the first round last year, although the final outcome is now in the hands of the Alaska Superior Court, where Renfro is suing the city. Sun, 9 Jul 475797 03:35:20 CST Alternative cargo transportation offered due to Tustumena delay The Alaska Marine Highway System announced that Coastal Transportation, Inc. will assist AMHS customers impacted by the delay of the M/V Tustumena. Tue, 4 Jul 475797 15:15:20 CST City of Dillingham to raise landfill fees A new fee structure will be in place at the Dillingham landfill from July 1. The city hopes the new fees will be simpler and encourage more efficient garbage sorting. Sat, 1 Jul 475797 23:22:00 CST Alaska Senate proposes $288M for oil subsidies, cash for King Cove raod JUNEAU mdash; Oil companies would get $288 million in cash subsidy payments under a new capital and supplemental budget bill released Monday by the Alaska Senate's Republican-led majority. Tue, 27 Jun 475797 13:48:40 CST Dillingham P.E. classes tackle Snake Lake Mountain hike Students of all ages have been on a lot of field trips this past month. Many have been exploring their local ecosystem or culture. One educator had something a bit more strenuous in mind. Fri, 23 Jun 475797 07:02:00 CST Katmai National Park staff take part in 'Great Migration' A great migration is happening at Katmai National Park and Preserve, but this time it is not wildlife on the move, but staff. Mon, 19 Jun 475797 00:15:20 CST Cannery worker found dead on beach near Togiak An Oregon man working at a cannery near Togiak died Wednesday, in what Alaska State Troopers believe was a fall from the cannery's dock. Thu, 15 Jun 475797 12:55:20 CST Company familiar to Bristol Bay to boost northern summer chum operation Following a slim couple of years, the summer Arctic keta, or chum, fishery in Kotzebue should see a significant boost this summer. Sat, 10 Jun 475797 19:02:00 CST Even a smaller mine could face development hurdles Now that they've settled their case with the Environmental Protection Agency, Pebble mine developers say they plan to scale back their proposal for the Bristol Bay watershed, though they haven't yet revealed what that will look like. Wed, 7 Jun 475797 16:02:00 CST