The Bristol Bay Times Serving Dillingham, Naknek, King Salmon and Southwest villages en-us 2017 Alaska Newspapers, Inc. Sat, 27 May 2017 10:33:20 CDT 1440 The Bristol Bay Times Halibut hit the docks in Bristol Bay In between herring and salmon, a couple of dozen Bristol Bay boats head out for halibut. This short, small fishery gives the skippers an economic boost, and local consumers some much appreciated fresh catch. Fri, 29 May 475964 02:02:01 CST 'Deadliest Catch' cameras captured addiction Nick McGlashan's lowest point as an addict came last fall, while the "Deadliest Catch" cameras were rolling. Sun, 24 May 475964 10:55:21 CST Dillingham police solve Grant Aviation burglaries Dillingham Police say they have solved a string of burglaries at the Grant Aviation terminal this spring. An 18-year-old has been arrested and arraigned on a number of felony charges, and two 17-year-olds are facing charges through the Division of Juvenile Justice. Wed, 20 May 475964 01:22:01 CST Troopers: Pilot Point man missing since late April  A young man from Pilot Point is listed as missing by the Alaska State Troopers. Gust Griechen IV, 25, has not been seen since late April. Sun, 17 May 475964 01:08:41 CST DCSD Superintendent Danny Frazier to retire at end of June Dillingham City Schools will begin a search for a new top administrator for next year. Superintendent Danny Frazier used Monday's school board meeting, the last of the year, to confirm the rumor that he is stepping down. Mon, 11 May 475964 20:08:41 CST Pebble seats new advisory committee of supporters, skeptics, and experts The Pebble Partnership announced last Thursday that is has officially formed a new advisory committee in an effort to expand its engagement with stakeholders. Thu, 7 May 475964 02:15:21 CST Pacific walrus return to Cape Greig  Last year thousands of Pacific walrus unexpectedly showed up at Cape Greig north of Ugashik Bay, delighting sightseers but complicating fishing and shipping in the busy fishing district. When they left in the fall, biologists were not sure if they would be back the following summer or not. Sat, 2 May 475964 16:42:01 CST Nushagak River running low, complicating barge traffic Last winter was cold but dry, and now the small spring runoff is leaving water levels low around Southwest Alaska. Residents along the Nushagak River say the water level is the lowest it's been in years. Tue, 28 Apr 475964 01:35:21 CST Habitat protection would turn tables on miners A new citizens initiative being prepared for the 2018 ballot would add protections for salmon habitat in the face of big projects like the proposed Pebble mine and provide more opportunities for public comment on new developments. Tue, 21 Apr 475964 14:02:01 CST Legislature OKs all but one of Walker's appointees JUNEAU mdash; Alaska lawmakers on Tuesday voted to confirm 97 of Gov. Bill Walker's 98 appointees to executive branch positions mdash; with the sole exception of Drew Phoenix, a transgender man appointed to the state commission that protects human rights. Sat, 18 Apr 475964 08:15:21 CST