Searchers found New Stuyahok resident Andrew Wyagon alive last week, more than 18 hours after he was reported missing, said Alaska State Troopers. Wyagon, 68, had left Dillingham on his snowmachine Wednesday morning, headed for New Stuyahok, a village roughly 50 miles away. But he didn’t arrive. He was reported overdue Wednesday evening. Searchers couldn’t…
When New Stuyahok shifted to a mix of in-person and distance learning as a safety precaution, the school took the opportunity to incorporate subsistence into the classroom.
The mandate targets independent fishing boats, many of which are operated by captains and crew who travel to Bristol Bay from outside Alaska.
“I think the most important line, probably, in my contract right now as an assistant principal is, ‘Other duties as assigned.’ Because you’re never sure what you’re going to be doing each day,” says Meghan Redmond.
High school students from across Alaska were at the Capitol this month to see for themselves how state government works. As it turned out, they were there at an especially busy time.
Alaska has a federal mandate to provide language assistance to voters who need it. This year, full ballot translations are available in 10 languages, including eight Alaska Native languages and dialects.
King salmon are conspicuously missing from the nets in the village of Koliganek, which is about 60 miles northwest of Dillingham in Southwest Alaska.
Two well-respected school principals in the Bristol Bay area are leaving their posts this spring.