Bristol Bay celebrates health care advocate, leader

Jan 20th 7:15 pm By Molly Dischner, The Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

H. Sally Smith died on Jan. 10 at age 70

Statewide Stories

Brower the winner at WEIO Games

July 29th 9:49 am

Overall, approximately 10 rural residents won events in Fairbanks

NANA Development Corp.'s credit rating downgraded

July 29th 9:47 am

Moody's rating reflects 'significant deterioration in operating performance and weak cash flow generation'

Discovering the hidden universe at bug camp

July 29th 9:47 am

OUTSIDE THE UA MUSEUM OF THE NORTH — "Look, it's a crab spider eating a moth!" says Declan Griswold, an 8-year-old who points to a rose bush. "You're right, it's a true spider, an orb weaver, just like the kind in Charlotte's Web," says Derek Sikes, [...]

Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission reviews emergency transfer regulations

July 29th 9:45 am

Proposed change is just codifying what already happens, official says

Opinion: By bringing forgotten rape kits out of storage, Alaska may deliver long-overdue justice

July 29th 9:44 am

This year, as Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and legislators tangled over the best way to solve Alaska's budget woes, he quietly launched a mandate to do right by Alaska's victims of sexual assault. Ten months ago, Walker tasked all state of Alaska departments and [...]

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Delta flight from Tokyo makes emergency landing in Cold Bay

January 20th 7:10 pm

A Delta Air Lines jet made an emergency landing in Cold Bay on Saturday morning after experiencing "engine trouble," according to a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman. FAA spokesman Allen Kenitzer wrote in an email that Delta Flight 68 traveling from [...]

HIV 'cluster' reported in rural Alaska

January 20th 7:18 pm

State health officials reported an HIV outbreak in a rural Alaska community in an effort to help prevent similar situations elsewhere. Typically, 28 new cases of HIV are diagnosed and reported each year, and most occur in urban areas, among men who have sex [...]

Southwest Alaska islands designated historic landmark

January 20th 7:11 pm

WASHINGTON — Interior Secretary Sally Jewell on Wednesday announced designation of a historic landmark in Southwest Alaska's Walrus Islands. The designation doesn't change much about how the islands are managed by the Alaska Department of Fish and [...]

New incinerator in the works for Egegik

January 20th 7:08 pm

Despite below zero temps, a crew in Egegik is working on building the town's new incinerator. Egegik has burnt its trash for more than a decade, but has been using a landfill as a temporary solution after the building that housed the incinerator went up in [...]

State sues to overturn federal restrictions on hunting methods

January 20th 7:14 pm

A festering disagreement between state and federal officials over hunting methods on national wildlife refuges and preserves deepened Friday when the state filed a lawsuit challenging the authority of the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife [...]

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