The Bristol Bay Times Serving Dillingham, Naknek, King Salmon and Southwest villages en-us 2018 Alaska Newspapers, Inc. Thu, 22 Feb 2018 10:23:20 CST 1440 The Bristol Bay Times Mining opponents celebrate EPA's decision Agency suspends its withdrawal of proposed watershed protections Mon, 14 Aug 483262 19:03:27 CST New Stuyahok special ed teachers receive state award for inclusive practices The Alaska Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education selected Ben Griese and Nicole Wagner from nominees around the state for the Inclusive Practices Award. The honor recognizes Griese and Wagner's work as the special education teachers for New Stuyahok's Chief Ivan Blunka School. Specifically, it is a commendation for involving special education students in schoolwide environments and instruction. This year, roughly 20 students participate in New Stuyahok's special education program. Fri, 11 Aug 483262 02:10:07 CST Manokotak rescue team recovers missing traveler unharmed Troopers stress importance of being prepared for mishap on every snowmachine trip Mon, 31 Jul 483262 18:56:47 CST Price named to regional subsistence advisory panel Unalaska resident Christopher Price has been named to the Regional Subsistence Advisory Council for Kodiak and the Aleutian Islands by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. Price works for the Qawalangin Tribe, ran for mayor in the last election, and announces high school basketball games on the radio. Fri, 28 Jul 483262 18:43:27 CST Cod caught quickly The Bering Sea federal trawl cod fishery closed in what may be record time on Feb. 11, just 22 days after the Jan. 20 opener, according to National Marine Fisheries Service Biologist Krista Milani in Unalaska/Dutch Harbor. Mon, 24 Jul 483262 17:30:07 CST Court approves threatened status for ringed seals Ruling could result in limits on oil and gas projects Sun, 16 Jul 483262 15:03:27 CST In Brief Democrats pick Bethel man to lead replacement of Fansler Mon, 10 Jul 483262 00:43:27 CST Where are the Yukon chinook salmon headed? Fish biologist helps create map of where state's rarest salmon return to spawn Wed, 5 Jul 483262 04:03:27 CST Lady Wolverines show grit, determination in Homer HOMER mdash; Dillingham High School head coach Karl Clark watched on over the weekend as his team suffered a series of tough losses at the Homer Winter Carnival Basketball Tournament. None of those losses could temper how pleased Clark was with what he saw for his young squad, especially on Saturday when they Lady Wolverines pushed eventual tournament champion Kotzebue, to the brink. Sat, 1 Jul 483262 11:10:07 CST Pen Air Classic set to tip off Southwest Alaska basketball fans will have a chance to see some of the top teams in the state this weekend when eight teams tip off play in the 2018 Pen Air Basketball Classic. The tournament is scheduled to run through Saturday at Dillingham High School. Wed, 28 Jun 483262 16:30:07 CST