Dillingham Arts Council Christmas Bazaar draws more than 100 vendors

Dec 08th 5:10 pm By Avery Lill, KDLG News

Saturday was the Dillingham Arts Council Christmas Bazaar. More than 100 vendors crowded into the high school gym, selling furs, traditional Native crafts and all kinds of art and handmade goods.

Statewide Stories

Opinion: Dark days call for dose of D

December 8th 3:52 pm

It's dark, pretty much no matter where you live in Alaska right now. We're in the tunnel; the one that makes most of America shake its head in disbelief that people actually live where the sun shines so little, if it all. But Alaskans by-and-large deal with [...]

Halibut harvest likely to drop 20 percent in 2018

December 8th 3:52 pm

After drop in cod stocks, scientists speculate that 'the blob' may be to blame

Opinion: Alaska gasline LNG project: The time is now

December 8th 3:51 pm

Mid-June 1970: one of the most important days in my life. It rained, as I waited in line outside a trailer in Johnson's Trailer Court in Valdez to receive my first dispatch. That day, I received my first dispatch ticket from Laborer's 341 business agent Jim [...]

Pioneer scientist determined aurora height over Alaska

December 8th 3:46 pm

By the time Fuller collapsed in his Fairbanks garden in 1935, he had acquired data from particles in the sky

Birds without borders

December 8th 3:42 pm

Alaska's subsistence bird-hunting laws evolved after protests, negotiations

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Book brings traditions to new pre-K curriculum

December 1st 7:29 pm

Qaqamiiĝux̂ includes traditional food, culture and Aleut language in education

Coach, principal, brings winning skills to King Cove

December 8th 4:13 pm

Despite being the smallest team in the tournament, the King Cove Rookies earned a respectful third place in the state championships for women's volleyball on Saturday in Anchorage. With encouragement from seasoned coach Gary Lamar, and a hefty dose of hard [...]

Togiak woman busted for smuggling drugs, says DPD

December 8th 4:13 pm

An effort to smuggle heroin and meth from Anchorage to Togiak went awry in Dillingham on Monday, after the mule got picked up for trespassing downtown. Dillingham Police took a report that Josephine Williams, a 35-year-old from Togiak, was intoxicated at the [...]

Small-boat Tanner crabbing OK'd for January

December 8th 4:15 pm

For the first time in two years, small-boat fishermen will have a little Tanner crab season in the eastern Aleutian Islands. It's small enough for maybe two boats in the state-waters fishery, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Two of the [...]

In Brief

December 8th 4:15 pm

Troopers arrest 27-year-old on rape charges in New Stuyahok By Dave Bendinger KDLG News Billy M. Peterson, 27, was arrested Thursday on charges of second- and third-degree sexual assault. The alleged rape occurred just after midnight. The criminal [...]

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