In Wednesday’s news: 30-year-old Alakanuk woman has died in four-wheeler crash; Senator Lisa Murkowski says federal government should clean-up abandoned federal well sites in Alaska; Alaskan community seeking road through national wildlife refuge will receive visitors from Senator Murkowski’s office; Nome Public Schools presented Fiscal Year 2014 budget to the Nome Common Council last night; [...]
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In Tuesday’s news: Head of U.S. Coast Guard testified last week on Coast Guard’s 2014 budget request; Opponents of controversial tax cut for oil companies beginning to gather support for referendum; State Supreme Court gave Alaska Redistricting Board clarification last week; Nome Board of Education passes FY14 budget for Nome Public Schools; National Weather Service [...]
In Friday’s news: Steven Gast will serve as the next superintendent of Nome Public Schools; Investigation into death of 7-year-old Kotzebue boy has been ruled accidental; Bering Strait School District has a world record athlete; National Infant Immunization Week ends today; Alaska Native regional corporation says it has a new interim chief executive officer; Jackpot [...]
In Monday’s news: Alaska State Troopers investigating death of Pitkas Point man killed on hunting trip; Fairbanks man air-lifted off mountain near Nome this past weekend; Nome Public Schools Board of Education announces superintendent finalist has withdrawn candidacy; Department of Veterans Affairs officials presented medal to Frankie Kuzuguk, Sr. on Friday; New district records set [...]
In Monday’s news: Nome teachers and school district butting heads on teacher contracts; Public comment period for salmon “Franken-fish” extended; First ever genealogy of King Island presented today at Nome museum, compiled by Nome nun after forty years of research.
In Friday’s news: Leaders in 2013 Iron Dog Snowmachine Race in middle of final 10-hour layover; Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has signed management plan that allows access to oil & gas resources on nearly half of NPR-A; Nome Public Schools personnel investigation has been forwarded to State Commissioner of Education; Nome’s Port Commission approves 2013 [...]
In Thursday’s News: Iron Dog restarting in Nome today, McKenna and Van Meter leading the pack as of 12 noon; Steven Gast to serve as Interim Superintendent for Nome Public Schools; Alaska’s oil-wealth portfolio hits all-time high of $45 billion; Legislative efforts to let voters decide whether public funds can be used for private schools [...]
In Thursday’s news: Violence Against Women Act’s tribal provisions limit tribal authority, according to Association of Village Council Presidents; Nome Schools welcome Governor Parnell’s visit on Wednesday; Kwethluk watering hole contaminated by sunken barge; Vietnam Veterans Day to be established by Alaska House legislation.
This is second part of KNOM’s two-part series on the Community Engagement Initiative. The three-year Nome Public School project aims to increase student success by strengthening adult support of youth. About twenty Nome residents gathered in Nome Elementary School Commons last Thursday, February 7, to learn about the Community Engagement Initiative. Parents, teachers and school [...]
In Wednesday’s news: Nome School Board accepts Superintendant Mike Brawner’s resignation; U.S. Senate passes reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act; Bethel City Council finalized ordinance to impose tax on all tobacco products sold in the city; Nome Public Schools aims to increase student success by strengthening adult community support of youth.
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