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Offering news of the people, places and events of Homer and the lower Kenai Peninsula... [Read More]
Several hundred people attended a funeral service for Bob Gillam on Sunday in Anchorage. Gillam was one of the state's wealthiest residents and known for... [Read More]
The crash occurred just after takeoff. [Read More]
by Mary Catharine Martin By mid-August Bristol Bay's river systems are choked with fish, but early July, when most of the bay's sockeye salmon are... [Read More]
Ketchikan, Alaska news. Southeast Alaska news, Alaska news, national and world news. [Read More]
The rate of felony sex offenses reported in western Alaska was more than double the statewide rate last year, according to a state crime report.... [Read More]
Protection is needed to preserve our renewable resources. [Read More]
The great risk posed by this mine is not only reflected in science and the views of the people of Bristol Bay, but by the... [Read More]
by Mary Catharine Martin As fishermen leave Dillingham and canneries shut down, the Wood River system in the Bristol Bay watershed brims with sockeye salmon.... [Read More]
The Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association hired Andy Wink as executive director. As an economist specializing in the Alaska seafood industry, Wink brings nearly... [Read More]
Friends, I founded Penair 60 years ago in Bristol Bay. We served the Island villages for 15 years, and I care deeply for the future... [Read More]
The highly paid, non-Alaskan employees of these corporations ignore what they don't want to hear, which is that Bristol Bay is no place for their... [Read More]
United Tribes of Bristol Bay released new polling results today (July 19th, 2018) highlighting local concerns about the proposed Pebble mine, showing more than 80... [Read More]
There is a significant chance of gear and fish being exposed to fuel, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said. [Read More]
Alaska's salmon fisheries continue to lag alarmingly in several regions, with overall catches down by a third from the same time last year. [Read More]
Alaska's salmon fisheries continue to lag alarmingly in several regions, with overall catches down by a third from the same time last year. [Read More]
Many Bristol Bay salmon processors give bonuses to fishermen who can chill the fish sitting in their holds. That's not so easy, though, when ice... [Read More]
At a special meeting Tuesday, the Alaska Board of Fisheries voted in favor of several petitions to adopt emergency regulations in response to historically low... [Read More]
Standing on the back deck of the F/V Wildfish in Bristol Bay last week, CVN advertising director Jasmine Taylor told me she was cutting out... [Read More]
The proposed Pebble mine poses fundamental and unacceptable risks to the salmon fisheries of the Bristol Bay region and the economic and subsistence benefits those... [Read More]
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