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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Officer forced to shoot suicidal South Daytona manLt. Mark Cheatham said the suicidal man, Chad Murray, 31, was shot once in the
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
Lt. Mark Cheatham said the suicidal man, Chad Murray, 31, was shot once in the incident that occurred at 8:21 a.m. at the Bristol Bay Apartments at 419 Banana Cay Drive and his injuries did not appear life-threatening. Cheatham said he could not... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Knife-wielding man who charged police shot by officer in South Daytona, cops sayhim, after which he was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center for treatment, p
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 hours ago
him, after which he was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center for treatment, police said. The shooting occurred in the Bristol Bay complex across U.S. Route 1 from the Halifax River, between Daytona Beach and Port Orange. Murray was already... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Ravn begins flights between Bristol Bay and Anchoragethough she now lives in Anchorage. She said it was "heartwarming" to see friend
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted yesterday
though she now lives in Anchorage. She said it was "heartwarming" to see friends and family at the airport in Dillingham. Bristol Bay residents who boarded the flight were enthusiastic for another airline to provide service between Anchorage and... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Alaska Patriot sunk, now Coast Guard seeks finesin 1999, when the federal government created the License Limitation Program. FC
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted yesterday
in 1999, when the federal government created the License Limitation Program. FCA later transferred the vessel's LLP to the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation. The Alaska Patriot's former LLP is now held by the freezer long liner Bristol... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Mining opponents celebrate EPA's decisionOpponents and advocates of mining in the Bristol Bay region are weighing in on
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 8 days ago
Opponents and advocates of mining in the Bristol Bay region are weighing in on the recent Environmental Protection Agency announcement regarding the proposed Pebble Mine. Administrator Scott Pruitt announced Jan. 26 that the agency will suspend its... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Price named to regional subsistence advisory panelKing Cove; Speridon M. Simeonoff Sr., Akhiok; and Melissa M. Berns, Old Harbor
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 8 days ago
King Cove; Speridon M. Simeonoff Sr., Akhiok; and Melissa M. Berns, Old Harbor on the Kodiak and Aleutians panel. The Bristol Bay regional advisory council includes Pete M. Abraham, Togiak; Dennis Andrew, Sr., New Stuyahok; Nanci A. Morris... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Fish-buying women from around the world come to Unalaskalike we created some wonderful Alaska seafood ambassadors," added ASMI's Ottoso
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 8 days ago
like we created some wonderful Alaska seafood ambassadors," added ASMI's Ottoson-McKeen?? Processors pay for doctors at Bristol Bay During the salmon season at Bristol Bay, the number of people in the borough, which includes Naknek, South... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
In Briefand staff remains available and working on your behalf." Nominations open for
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 15 days ago
and staff remains available and working on your behalf." Nominations open for notable volunteers By Shady Grove Oliver Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman Nominations are now open for the 2018 First Lady's Volunteer of the Year Awards.... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Letter to the EditorMayor addresses recall To the Unalaska residents, my response to the petitione
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 15 days ago
Mayor addresses recall To the Unalaska residents, my response to the petitioner's comments in the Jan. 18 Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman is this: The Unalaska Community Broadcastings investigation showed no proof of any wrong-doing on my... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Dillingham faces tough field in HomerBristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman The Dillingham Wolverines will make
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 15 days ago
Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman The Dillingham Wolverines will make their return to the hardwood this weekend when they join a talented field competing in the 2018 Homer Winter Carnival. The tournament is scheduled to begin on Thursday in... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Bristol Bay basketball teams compete in SewardThe Bristol Bay boys and girls turned in a strong performance against larger co
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 15 days ago
The Bristol Bay boys and girls turned in a strong performance against larger competition this past weekend at the 2018 Seward Seahawk Basketball Tournament. Bristol Bay was the only Class 2A team participating in the three-day tournament, which was... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Bristol Bay residents, state staff discuss opioid epidemicthe opioid epidemic, which Gov. Bill Walker declared a public health crisis abo
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 15 days ago
the opioid epidemic, which Gov. Bill Walker declared a public health crisis about a year ago. Last week, DHSS and the Bristol Bay Opioid Task Force hosted a meeting in Dillingham. Several dozen people showed up to the Dillingham Bingo Hall to... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Shares of Northern Dynasty Minerals Plunged 46% in Januarya potential mine life that is measured in decades." So what After receiving in
FOX Business / Posted 19 days ago
a potential mine life that is measured in decades." So what After receiving input from the various stakeholders of the Bristol Bay watershed, a region that would be affected by the development of the Pebble Project, Administrator Scott Pruitt... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Shares of Northern Dynasty Minerals Plunged 46% in Januarya potential mine life that is measured in decades." So what After receiving in
FOX Business / Posted 19 days ago
a potential mine life that is measured in decades." So what After receiving input from the various stakeholders of the Bristol Bay watershed, a region that would be affected by the development of the Pebble Project, Administrator Scott Pruitt... Read more
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Juneau Empire
90 days that were 30 years in the making for Alaskaa stretch of ANWR to development. And a strong line of defense for the world’s
Juneau Empire / Posted 20 days ago
a stretch of ANWR to development. And a strong line of defense for the world’s most abundant sockeye salmon fishery in Bristol Bay … If you told me just a few months ago that any one of these things would soon become a reality, I would have... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
UAF Bristol Bay Campus to look for new directorIn the space of six weeks, the University of Alaska Bristol Bay Campus in Dilli
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 22 days ago
In the space of six weeks, the University of Alaska Bristol Bay Campus in Dillingham lost both its director and assistant director. As of last week, Cynthia Rogers is no longer campus director. Assistant Director Vivian Viar said that she wa?placed... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Council plans closed meeting with city manager candidatesmanager candidates in closed-door executive session on Saturday, a move challen
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 22 days ago
manager candidates in closed-door executive session on Saturday, a move challenged under the state open meetings act by the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman at last week's meeting. After the newspaper questioned the move, in the interest of... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Akutan scuttled outside Dutch Harborand the environment of Captains Bay, where it was moored since August, followin
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 22 days ago
and the environment of Captains Bay, where it was moored since August, following a disastrous sockeye salmon season in Bristol Bay's Nushagak Bay last summer. District Commander Michael McAllister declared an emergency allowing the scuttling... Read more
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New Haven Independent
City Issues Climate Change "Call To Action"sky is falling! Cause I can’t comprehend why the head of the EPA Authorized a
New Haven Independent / Posted 22 days ago
sky is falling! Cause I can’t comprehend why the head of the EPA Authorized a movement in the USA On destroying Alaska’s Bristol Bay By allowing Pebble Partnership to operate gold mining Getting rid of a perfect natural untouched oasis For... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Nikolaevsk boys, Ninilchik girls gain NIT semisBorstel had 11 and Rose Terry added 10.Katie Ritchie had 12 for Houston, while
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 22 days ago
Borstel had 11 and Rose Terry added 10.Katie Ritchie had 12 for Houston, while Mary Graham added 11. In games today, the Bristol Bay girls and Houston play at 3 p.m., the Bristol Bay boys and Houston play at 4:30 p.m., the Hutchison girls and... Read more
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The Hill
Labor Department reportedly hid unfavorable report on tip-pooling rule | NY plans to sue EPA over water rule | Senators urge FTC to probe company selling fake Twitter followershe scrapped those plans, warning the project could cause "significant and irrev
The Hill / Posted 23 days ago
he scrapped those plans, warning the project could cause "significant and irreversible harm" to fishing habitats near Bristol Bay in Alaska, which harbors the world's largest sockeye salmon fishery. Health care: Advocates of "right to try"... Read more
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The Hill
Uncertainty swirls around Pebble Mine after EPA surprisehe scrapped those plans, warning the project could cause “significant and irrev
The Hill / Posted 23 days ago
he scrapped those plans, warning the project could cause “significant and irreversible harm” to fishing habitats near Bristol Bay in Alaska, which harbors the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery. ADVERTISEMENT While the EPA is putting the... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Northern Dynasty Minerals Dropped as Much as 15.5% TodayWhat happened The prized sockeye salmon fisheries of Bristol Bay in Alaska wil
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
What happened The prized sockeye salmon fisheries of Bristol Bay in Alaska will now receive regulatory protection from the EPA, and any potential mining projects in the region -- including the company's Pebble Project -- would need to clear a high... Read more
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FOX Business
Here's Why Northern Dynasty Minerals Dropped as Much as 15.5% TodayWhat happened Continue Reading Below The prized sockeye salmon fisheries of B
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
What happened Continue Reading Below The prized sockeye salmon fisheries of Bristol Bay in Alaska will now receive regulatory protection from the EPA, and any potential mining projects in the region -- including the company's Pebble Project --... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Level the playing field for responsible development near salmon streamshas been a recent push to expand that project. The Palmer Project in the Chilk
Juneau Empire / Posted 24 days ago
has been a recent push to expand that project. The Palmer Project in the Chilkat River headwaters and the Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay’s headwaters are now approaching, with federal authorities promising to fast track Pebble. The governor himself... Read more
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New York Daily News
EPA to reverse suspension of environmental protections in AlaskaThe Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska is one of the last untouched ecosystems in
New York Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
The Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska is one of the last untouched ecosystems in the world.(Environmental Protection Agency/REUTERS) The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Friday that it is withdrawing its plan to end protections in Alaskan... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Scientific Games, Northern Dynasty Minerals, and Sohu.com Slumped Todayinterests within the current administration. Yet the EPA reasserted the importa
FOX Business / Posted 26 days ago
interests within the current administration. Yet the EPA reasserted the importance of sockeye salmon fisheries in the Bristol Bay area and said that mining could endanger that natural resource. Although the move doesn't kill the Pebble project... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Scientific Games, Northern Dynasty Minerals, and Sohu.com Slumped Todayinterests within the current administration. Yet the EPA reasserted the importa
FOX Business / Posted 26 days ago
interests within the current administration. Yet the EPA reasserted the importance of sockeye salmon fisheries in the Bristol Bay area and said that mining could endanger that natural resource. Although the move doesn't kill the Pebble project... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
EPA keeps protection for world’s largest salmon fisheryto the world’s most valuable wild salmon fishery. The EPA proposed last year t
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 27 days ago
to the world’s most valuable wild salmon fishery. The EPA proposed last year to “reverse clean water safeguards” for the Bristol Bay watershed, paving the way for a massive gold and copper mine to be built in the region. The controversial... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
The Environmental Protection Agency makes a surprise move that could protect the world’s largest salmon fisheryto the world’s most valuable wild salmon fishery. The EPA proposed last year t
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 28 days ago
to the world’s most valuable wild salmon fishery. The EPA proposed last year to “reverse clean water safeguards” for the Bristol Bay watershed, paving the way for a massive gold and copper mine to be built in the region. The controversial... Read more
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Boston Globe
EPA decision sets back proposal to mine in Alaskadecided not to scrap the agency’s 2014 determination that a large-scale mining
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
decided not to scrap the agency’s 2014 determination that a large-scale mining operation could irreparably harm Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed. His decision, announced later Friday, falls short of blocking a proposed gold and copper mine in the... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
The EPA made a surprise move that could protect the world's largest salmon fisheryThe EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 28 days ago
The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed. The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed.Related Content (CNN) - In a surprise reversal, the... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
The EPA made a surprise move that could protect the world's largest salmon fisheryThe EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 28 days ago
The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed. The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed.Related Content (CNN) - In a surprise reversal, the... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
The EPA made a surprise move that could protect the world's largest salmon fisheryThe EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 28 days ago
The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed. The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed.Related Content (CNN) - In a surprise reversal, the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
The EPA made a surprise move that could protect the world's largest salmon fisheryThe EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 28 days ago
The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed. The EPA proposed last year to "reverse clean water safeguards" for the Bristol Bay watershed.Related Content (CNN) - In a surprise reversal, the... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
Alaska officials want areas out of drilling plancould be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Ala
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted 28 days ago
could be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Alaska: the North Aleutian Basin, home to Bristol Bay and the world's largest run of sockeye salmon. The proposal drew immediate opposition from governors in East and... Read more
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The Columbian
EPA decision a setback for proposed gold, copper mining in Alaskathat he will not scrap the agency’s 2014 determination that a large-scale minin
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
that he will not scrap the agency’s 2014 determination that a large-scale mining operation could irreparably harm Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed. His decision, which falls short of blocking a proposed gold and copper mine in the region outright,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
EPA decision sets back proposal to mine in Alaskathat he will not scrap the agency's 2014 determination that a large-scale minin
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
that he will not scrap the agency's 2014 determination that a large-scale mining operation could irreparably harm Alaska's Bristol Bay watershed. His decision, which falls short of blocking a proposed gold and copper mine in the region outright,... Read more
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Juneau Empire
EPA halts plans to lift proposed mine restrictions in Alaskain settling a legal dispute with the Pebble Limited Partnership, which wants to
Juneau Empire / Posted 29 days ago
in settling a legal dispute with the Pebble Limited Partnership, which wants to build a copper and gold mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region, the EPA agreed to initiate a process to withdraw restrictions proposed during the Obama... Read more
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New York Daily News
Alaska officials want some state areas out of drilling plancould be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Ala
New York Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
could be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Alaska: the North Aleutian Basin, home to Bristol Bay and the world's largest run of sockeye salmon. The proposal drew immediate opposition from governors in East and... Read more
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FOX Business
Alaska officials want some state areas out of drilling plancould be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Ala
FOX Business / Posted 29 days ago
could be made after public comment. The proposal excluded only one area of Alaska: the North Aleutian Basin, home to Bristol Bay and the world's largest run of sockeye salmon. The proposal drew immediate opposition from governors in East and... Read more
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FOX Business
Alaska officials want some state areas out of drilling planpublic comment. Continue Reading Below The proposal excluded only one area of
FOX Business / Posted 29 days ago
public comment. Continue Reading Below The proposal excluded only one area of Alaska: the North Aleutian Basin, home to Bristol Bay and the world's largest run of sockeye salmon. The proposal drew immediate opposition from governors in East and... Read more
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The Hill
Trump EPA revives Obama proposal to block controversial Alaska minereviewed comments, and heard from a variety of stakeholders on whether to withd
The Hill / Posted 29 days ago
reviewed comments, and heard from a variety of stakeholders on whether to withdraw the proposed restrictions in the Bristol Bay watershed,” Pruitt said in a statement. “Based on that review, it is my judgment at this time that any mining... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
White House plan would reduce environmental requirements for infrastructure projectsthe Clean Water Act. EPA used this authority in 2014 to block construction of
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 29 days ago
the Clean Water Act. EPA used this authority in 2014 to block construction of a massive gold and copper mine near Alaska's Bristol Bay. Under Trump, the EPA reached a settlement with the mine's sponsor, Pebble Limited Partnership, and is now... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Dillingham City School District sees spike in enrollmentstill leaves us with a healthy fund balance for the board to do future planning
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 29 days ago
still leaves us with a healthy fund balance for the board to do future planning with," said Szymoniak. In the rest of the Bristol Bay area, this year's enrollment numbers are largely in line with expectations. Southwest Region School District is... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Coast Guard OK's Akutan scuttlingthreat to property and the environment of Captains Bay, where it is moored in U
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 29 days ago
threat to property and the environment of Captains Bay, where it is moored in Unalaska following a disastrous season in Bristol Bay last summer. District Commander Michael McAllister declared an emergency, allowing the scuttling to proceed,... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Board of Fish seeks Bristol Bay proposals by April 10Bristol Bay finfish convenes in Dillingham late next fall, but now is the time
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 29 days ago
Bristol Bay finfish convenes in Dillingham late next fall, but now is the time to work with staff and stakeholders to draft proposed changes to sport, subsistence and commercial fishing regulations. The state's Board of Fisheries has made a practice... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Board of Game coming to Dillingham next monthwill cover. It's game management units 9, 10, 11, 13, part of 14, 16, and 17."
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 29 days ago
will cover. It's game management units 9, 10, 11, 13, part of 14, 16, and 17." That covers the east and west sides of Bristol Bay, the Aleutian Islands, plus hunting areas around Palmer and Glennallen. The deadline for proposals was last... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Winter moose hunt in Unit 17 extended one monthHunters in northwest Bristol Bay will have an extra month to hunt moose this wi
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 29 days ago
Hunters in northwest Bristol Bay will have an extra month to hunt moose this winter. The announcement that Unit 17A's two registration hunts, one for bulls and one for cows — or anterless moose — will stay open till Feb. 20, was handed down Wednesday... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Hoseth fills BBNA's director of natural resources positionThe Bristol Bay Native Association's Natural Resources Department has moved one
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 30 days ago
The Bristol Bay Native Association's Natural Resources Department has moved one of its own into the position of director of natural resources. Gayla Hoseth took on the role in mid-November. Previously, she was BBNA's subsistence research specialist.... Read more
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