In Thursday’s news: More money needed for Richard Foster building in Nome; Wasted carcasses of musk oxen near Kotzebue forces closure of subsistence hunt this year; Grassroots campaign gathering signatures for referendum to repeal Senate Bill 21; Nome senior Dominique Hall signs letter of intent to play basketball at NW Indian College.
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In Thursday’s News: Acting US Secretary of Commerce declares commercial fishery failure on Yukon, Kuskokwim rivers and Cook Inlet; Kiana man missing after death of 74-year-old mother featured in “On the Ice”; NMFS has not followed through on ringed and bearded seal endangered species listing; MIT releases research finding additional chemicals affecting Arctic; Upcoming October [...]
This Saturday in Nome, a special meeting will take place, bringing together cultural experts from across Western Alaska: knitters, hunters, spinners, carvers, guides, and others. They’ll be coming from Nunivak Island, Wales, Shishmaref, Unalakleet, and elsewhere to talk and share information about all things muskoxen: hunting them, what to do with the meat, the hide, [...]
Nome Gold now owns 11.5 thousand acres north of Nome and have begun excavating; Nome hosts Alaska Tobacco Control Alliance summit; Nome Elementary’s Principal Keller says today’s parents less sure of roles as parents; musk ox cultural exchange workshop this Saturday.