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Governor Dunleavy Demands Federal Recognition of State Owned Lands

April 26, 2022 (Anchorage) — Today, Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced a lawsuit that asks the courts to recognize the State’s ownership to submerged lands within Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, an ownership granted at Statehood but not yet fully recognized by the federal government. Governor Dunleavy also announced Notice of Trespass and cease-and-desist letters recently sent to the Agriculture and Interior Departments for federal infrastructure, such as docks, that lacks permits on State-owned submerged lands. Both actions are part of Governor Dunleavy’s “Unlocking Alaska Initiative,” which began a year ago to secure Alaska’s submerged lands and navigable waterways.
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Tanalian School Principal Nate Davis Named AASSP 2022 Region 7 Principal Of The Year

The Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals has named Tanalian School Principal Nate Davis as the Region 7 Principal of the Year for 2022. Davis has served the Lake and Peninsula School District for over 10 years. AASSP sponsors regional and statewide Principal of The Year recognition awards to honor the educational leaders who play an important role in student success. AASSP states that nominees can be nominated by anyone – students, staff, parents, district office staff or principal peers – with awards finalized by members in the region. Additionally, Regional Principals of the Year are eligible to be in the running for the statewide Alaska Principal of the Year.
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Record precipitation for King Salmon as winter temperatures flip-flop

After a long, cold, snowy winter, Bristol Bay has experienced a wave of warm weather over the past couple of weeks. University of Alaska Fairbanks Climate Specialist Rick Thoman said that has been a pattern for the region — and the state. “It started off November with record cold...
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Incumbents to run unopposed in Bristol Bay Borough's local election

Two seats are open on both the Borough Assembly and school board. Mary Swain and Clyde E. Clark will run again for assembly. School board president Michael Swain and board member Olaf O’Domin also return to the ballot. Candidates for the Bristol Bay Borough’s local election in October will run...
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Naknek man indicted on federal drug charges after sting operation

State troopers said officers with the Anchorage Airport Interdiction Team seized 170 grams of methamphetamine and 50 grams of heroin last month ahead of a commercial flight bound for King Salmon. Authorities say they seized a shipment of methamphetamine and heroin bound for Bristol Bay, and a local man now...
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Naknek man indicted on federal drug charges

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - A Naknek man was indicted by a federal grand jury in Anchorage Wednesday for allegedly arranging for $220,000 worth of illegal drugs through the U.S. Postal Service. On Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the District of Alaska issued a press release stating that 61-year-old Kenneth...
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Washington man indicted in Naknek hit-and-run incident

A Washington resident indicted by grand jury in Anchorage following July 21 hit-and-run of two pedestrians in Naknek. An Anchorage grand jury indicted 33-year-old Curtis Michael Chevalier last week for his role in a hit-and-run that killed two men in Naknek earlier this month. The jury alleges Chevalier, a Washington...
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Washington state man charged with manslaughter in death of 2 people in Naknek

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - The Alaska Department of Law says a Washington State man has been indicted on charges of manslaughter in the death of two people on the Alaska Peninsula Highway in Naknek. An Anchorage grand jury indicted 33-year-old Curtis Michael Chevalier on two charges of manslaughter for allegedly...
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Two people killed in hit-and-run incident in Naknek

Bristol Bay Borough police have located the vehicle, driver, and passengers involved, all of whom cooperated, according to Chief Officer John Rhysheck. The investigation is ongoing. Two people were killed in a hit-and-run incident in Naknek, according to a news release from the Bristol Bay Borough Police Department. Police responded...
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2 dead after being struck by vehicle in Naknek

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Bristol Bay police said a driver killed two pedestrians in an early Wednesday morning hit-and-run in Naknek. According to the press release issued by police, 43-year-old Timothy Jacob of Napaskiak was killed instantly upon impact with the vehicle, while 33-year-old Vincent Martin of Anchorage died on the medevac flight to the hospital.
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Crews make progress on 2 remote wildfires

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Firefighters are making progress on two wildfires burning in rural Southwest Alaska. The Pilot Point Fire began on Monday this week, in the small village on the Alaska Peninsula. According to Division of Forestry Public Information Officer Tim Mowry, it was 85% contained on Friday morning. The division expected it would be fully contained by the end of the day.
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Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge is a luxury all inclusive adventure lodge based in King Salmon, Alaska. On the doorstep of Katmai National Park, with endless options for wilderness adventures! Our season runs from June 1-Oct. 5th. Full and part season availabilities will be considered. Housekeeping/Guest Services. The most important factors...
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