After several months on the education beat, Laura is impressed with the region’s youth leaders — and their support for one another.
Dearest Alaska: Traditional Making Of Qaspeqs
In October's episode of Dearest Alaska, we're off to Wales to learn what making a qaspeq (kuspuk) is all about.
This week on Exchange, we’re talking about education — specifically, what’s being taught in the classroom and who’s teaching it.
The school board discussed upgrades — from emergency lighting to payroll processing — at their work session last week.
Dividends, board elections, and “Young Providers” awards are on the schedule for BSNC’s annual meeting, set for Saturday, Oct. 3, in Nome’s Mini Convention Center.
For what will be the second time in the last thirteen years, the girl’s cross-country team at Nome-Beltz is heading to Anchorage this weekend for State Championships.
This year’s volunteers continue the tradition of attending Teller’s annual Cultural Festival, and Emily recounts their journey down the end of one of the three roads out of Nome.
Meet Father Mark Hoelsken, KNOM Radio Mission’s spiritual director. He’s a person with a long history with our radio station and with faith communities in Alaska; in the coming years, he’ll continue to deepen his connection to both.
Our corner of Alaska was host to an historic visit last month. President Barack Obama’s trip to our state marked the first time a sitting president visited the Arctic — or anywhere in bush Alaska — and thanks to you, KNOM news was on the front lines both before and during this unprecedented trip.
Volunteer producers Maddie and Mitch recently traveled to the community of Wales for one of our region’s most notable annual events: the Kingikmiut Dance Festival, which brings together practitioners of traditional Alaska Native music and storytelling from throughout KNOM country.
It’s with a great sense of bittersweetness that we report the departure of a KNOM staffer with deep roots and an extensive history at our mission. As she departs for new horizons, longtime program director Kelly Brabec shares some of her reflections on what KNOM has meant over the years; it’s a mission, she says, that’s “formulated who I am today.”