The Bristol Bay Times Serving Dillingham, Naknek, King Salmon and Southwest villages en-us 2017 Alaska Newspapers, Inc. Sun, 30 Apr 2017 11:42:21 CDT 1440 The Bristol Bay Times Pot cod fishery numbers all in Sometimes, a short and wide fishing boat can hold as much cod as one that's twice as long. Tue, 31 Jul 475212 11:21:57 CST Sculptor receives $40K from Rasmuson Unalaska sculptor Gertrude Svarny was honored last week with a Distinguished Artist Award from the Rasmuson Foundation, at a well-attended art show opening at the Museum of the Aleutians. Thu, 26 Jul 475212 20:15:17 CST Dillingham mulls new ordinances and fines for minor offenses When the Dillingham City Council meets May 4, they will vote on whether to add two new offenses to the municipal code and change the language of a third. Underage drinking, violating court-ordered conditions of release, and second degree trespassing are not usually "arrestable" offenses any longer under state law, and the city would rather enforce each itself with a hefty penalty attached. Sun, 22 Jul 475212 19:01:57 CST Kokhanok man killed in ATV crash on Iliamna Lake A Kokhanok man was found dead Sunday on Iliamna Lake, after Alaska State Troopers said he was killed in an all-terrain vehicle crash near his Southwest Alaska hometown. Wed, 18 Jul 475212 17:48:37 CST Northern Edge military training in Gulf of Alaska gets Navy's OK -- with limits The U.S. Navy has given the go-ahead for Gulf of Alaska activities in the wide-ranging military exercise known as Northern Edge, but it has scaled back proposed activities in the marine environment. Sat, 14 Jul 475212 22:08:37 CST Public workshop seeks input on Tier 3 waterways The ongoing process for registering the Koktuli River, near Lake Iliamna, as an Outstanding Natural Resource Waterway (ONRW) will continue with a public workshop in Dillingham on May 2. Wed, 11 Jul 475212 10:48:37 CST Foundation hopes to give Bristol Bay fishermen a united voice A commercial fishermen's advocacy group is hoping to make a splash and give the region's fishermen a seat at the table in the Pebble Mine proposal. Sustaining Bristol Bay Fisheries (SBBF) announced its formation last week as an organization with a mission statement to amplify the commercial fishing voice in the efforts to protect the Bristol Bay fishery. Thu, 5 Jul 475212 10:21:57 CST 'Vanguard' of Togiak herring spotted off Hegemeister on Monday Fish and Game is poised to open the state's largest herring fishery after documenting 35,000 tons, perhaps by the end of the week, but waiting for marketable roe quality could still be a few days behind that. Sun, 1 Jul 475212 06:21:57 CST Stranded, lethargic ringed seal found far south of usual habitat The rescue season for Alaska marine mammals officially got underway with the year's first ailing animal, a stranded ringed seal, getting treatment at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward. Mon, 25 Jun 475212 03:08:37 CST Fish Factor: Regional trusts proposed for lease of fish permits Numerous studies over the past decade have highlighted Alaska's "graying of the fleet" (the average age of permit holders is 50), and the lack of opportunities for younger people to launch a career in commercial fishing. Wed, 20 Jun 475212 09:15:17 CST