Non-wintry conditions stymie hunters

Jan 13th 7:41 pm By Molly Dischner, The Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

December moose hunt saw a lower than average harvest


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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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Unalaska Police Report

January 13th 6:54 pm

Sunday, Dec. 4 Trespass - Officers assisted in advising an individual of a trespass order. Liquor Law Violation - Officers advised two individuals they were too intoxicated to be on a license premise. MVA-Damage - Officers were advised that a vehicle had [...]

Slow week for police, but likely to pick up soon

January 13th 7:28 pm

Unalaska police caught a break in the past week, following a busy spell with a big drug bust, phony money manufactured locally, and a very large fire at a major intersection. But activity is expected to pick up soon with more and more people in town for the [...]

State commission agrees to reconsider annexation requests

January 13th 7:25 pm

Just when it seemed like the annexation battle was winding down, the state agreed to re-open the discussion on two Bristol Bay communities requests' to expand their boundaries. At a Jan. 10 teleconference meeting, the state's Local Boundary Commission agreed [...]

Opinion: We need a clear look at budget numbers, options

January 13th 6:51 pm

At the Blue Loon, a nightclub/restaurant west of Fairbanks that usually hosts concerts, comics and movies, the main act on the theater stage the other day stands as one of the more sober presentations in the 20 years the Loon has been owned by Adam Wool.

Biorka star from abandoned village returns

January 13th 7:20 pm

The star from the abandoned village of Biorka made its first public appearance in many years at the senior citizens center in Unalaska on Monday, as part of Russian Christmas activities. The spinning star's history goes back to before World War II, when the [...]

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