Bristol Bay students hit beach to study marine life

May 27th 12:19 pm By Molly Dischner

Elementary students visit Kanakanak Beach to learn about salmon cycle of life and more

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Big changes on a big Alaska peninsula

May 27th 11:27 am

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Copper River return shows salmon season off to slow start

May 27th 11:24 am

High prices fuel optimism across the state after last season, when the value to fishermen fell by 40 percent

Opinion: Cure for opioid, heroin addiction must start with change in societal attitude

May 27th 11:22 am

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Much of the Arctic is lower than it was before

May 21st 12:32 am

Tundra east of Kaktovik is part of what might be an arctic-wide thawing

Industry optimistic about salmon prices

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May 27th 11:21 am

Copper River Seafoods to label Bristol Bay sockeye By Molly Dischner Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman More salmon will be packaged with a reminder of its Bristol Bay origin this summer than in the past. Copper River Seafoods will use a Bristol [...]

Fishermen prepare for changed regulations

May 27th 11:28 am

This year, drifters must declare the district in which they intend to fish at beginning of the season

Frustration lingers over Adak's derelict tugboats

May 27th 11:27 am

Governor calls situation 'unsafe and unacceptable,' demands attention from Coast Guard

Opinion: Pebble Mine: One year's work, or 100?

May 27th 11:23 am

Should a foreign company be allowed to ruin people's homes and livelihood for some quick cash? Because near Dillingham, in Bristol Bay, Alaska, that's exactly what is happening. A company based in Canada and Europe is trying to build a gold and copper mine [...]

Volunteers practice plane crash emergency response in Unalaska

May 27th 11:25 am

Unalaska Fire and Emergency Medical Services volunteers participated recently in an Alaska Department of Transportation training exercise involving a downed and partially submerged passenger aircraft at the float plane ramp near the Tom Madsen Airport.

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