Program helps students solve disagreements

Nov 17th 4:54 pm By Avery Lill, KDLG News

Dillingham Elementary peer mediation program teaches peacemaking


Statewide Stories

Opinion: Now, more than ever, we need to remember feelings of gratitude

November 17th 4:00 pm

It's almost Thanksgiving, which, next to Halloween, is my favorite holiday. It's hard to rival the imaginative fun of Halloween, not to mention the facepaint. But a holiday all about being thankful? And food? What's not to love? It's pretty easy to be [...]

Opinion: State embarks on turning over public schools to tribes

November 17th 4:00 pm

State education officials plan to enter into negotiations for compacts with Alaska tribes to take over rural schools. The idea grew out of the Alaska's Education Challenge reform initiative that brought together 100 education stakeholders to work over the [...]

AC stores now have signs in Yup'ik, Inupiaq and Gwich'in

November 10th 2:48 pm

Alaska Commercial Co. works for language preservation

Opinion: Half of Alaska youth don't think misuse of prescription meds is dangerous

November 10th 2:38 pm

There are some things we have come, for better or worse, to expect from children. There's the "terrible twos," for example, a well-recognized developmental period when many children discover the word "no." We also expect a certain amount of rebellion from [...]

Opinion: Opening ANWR to stop climate change?

November 10th 2:37 pm

Implausible arguments don't sit well in oil development debate

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Unalaska fire captain receives EMS award

November 17th 4:01 pm

Alvarado is credited with an extraordinary effort that likely saved the life of a man

BBNC against Stand for Salmon initiative

November 17th 4:04 pm

Native Corporation fears ballot initiative will negatively affect resource development, subsistence

Wolves slowing down Mulchatna caribou herd rebound, biologist says

November 17th 4:01 pm

Fish and Game planning to expand intensive wolf control zone to most of Unit 17B

ADF&G predicting another big year for Bristol Bay sockeye

November 17th 4:02 pm

2018 forecast calls for 51.3 million salmon, as well as largest return ever total run to the Nushagak District

Climate Prediction Center confident La Nina will continue until spring

November 17th 4:03 pm

It looks increasingly likely that the Pacific Ocean cooling trend known as La Nina will continue at least through the coming winter. That's according to the latest analysis from the Climate Prediction Center, which now says it's up to 75 percent confident [...]

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