St. Seraphim Church's parish sends out slavii stars

Jan 12th 1:32 pm By Avery Lill, KDLG News

Dillingham, Aleknagik, Portage Creek and Ekuk stars begin their journeys


Statewide Stories

Trump pushes to expand offshore drilling in Arctic

January 12th 12:39 pm

Move holds potentially big changes for Alaska

State releases report on negative health impacts of climate change

January 12th 12:37 pm

Risks include new diseases, worsening allergy season, dangerous hunting conditions

Alaska just had its warmest December on record

January 12th 12:37 pm

Last month was the warmest December on record in Alaska, according to a federal report released Monday. The statewide average temperature in December was 19.4 degrees, 15.7 degrees above the 20th century average, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric [...]

Climate change studies show how Alaska hangs in balance

January 12th 12:36 pm

If you thought it was a funny winter, you were right. The statewide average temperature in December was the warmest ever seen in recorded history, and it wasn't just a little warmer, it was a lot warmer. The further north in Alaska you go, the more extreme [...]

Opinion: Opening offshore to oil development is good news

January 12th 12:35 pm

When the environmental lawsuit industry is hopping mad about something, chances are news is good. Last week's news is a perfect example. Ryan Zinke, a former U.S. Navy Seal who also happens to be the U.S. secretary of the interior, looked at America's [...]

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Bering Sea cod fleet expected to double this year

January 12th 12:38 pm

The fleet of small boats fishing for cod in the Bering Sea could more than double this year, thanks to a fisheries crisis caused by a "high latitude heat wave" that warmed the waters of the Gulf of Alaska, also known as "the blob." Last year, 24 vessels 58 [...]

Climate change studies show how Alaska hangs in balance

January 12th 12:36 pm

If you thought it was a funny winter, you were right. The statewide average temperature in December was the warmest ever seen in recorded history, and it wasn't just a little warmer, it was a lot warmer. The further north in Alaska you go, the more extreme [...]

In Brief

January 12th 12:39 pm

Seats open on subsistence councils By Shady Grove Oliver Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman The Federal Subsistence Board is looking to fill the ranks of its regional advisory councils. The application period is currently open for anyone who wants [...]

Pebble puts a plan on table

January 12th 12:40 pm

Application provides details about massive copper and gold mine

Trump pushes to expand offshore drilling in Arctic

January 12th 12:39 pm

Move holds potentially big changes for Alaska

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