Earlier this month, Bradley was arraigned in Nome with one charge of manslaughter and one charge of murder in the second degree. Those charges were related to a 4-wheeler crash that occurred in Unalakleet on May 4th.
Overnight Fire Leaves Damage at Nome’s Twin Dragon
Around midnight early Friday, Nome’s Volunteer Fire Department raced down Front Street to meet a fire at the Twin Dragon.
Summer is approaching (despite a little snow). That means flowers are growing, and so are the volunteers! We talk personal growth and hitting the 11-month mark in this week’s audio blog.
The 16 Alaska Territorial Guardsmen to be honored at the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage include veterans from Nome, Mt. Village, Shaktoolik, and St. Michael.
Nome-Beltz High School senior Megan Contreras was among the recipients of the first-ever Teach for Alaska Presidential Scholarship last Friday. The award is being offered as a part of the University of Alaska’s “Drive the Change” public awareness initiative.
At Tuesday night’s Nome Public School board meeting, vandalism, a revised teacher evaluation model, and student scholarships were at the forefront of discussion.
Jon Kurland, the Assistant Regional Administrator for Protected Resources with NOAA Fisheries in Juneau, says this new designation for bearded seals under the ESA will not affect subsistence harvests of the animal.
Alaska Communications is on the lookout for extraordinary teens from across the state. Since its inception, five youth each year have received scholarship money in recognition for making noteworthy contributions to their community.
An ordinance that would have amended City code to include ice removal along with snow removal on City sidewalks was in the second reading phase when Councilman Gerald Brown suggested limiting the ordinance to specific areas. After rejecting that motion, the Council then deliberated on the matter of “junk motor vehicles.”
Stories about Stebbins from across multiple generations, in this week’s rebroadcast of “Elder Voices.”
Representative Dean Westlake remarked on House Joint Resolution 19, “we want to see these safety codes in place for every ship that is going through… We need that assurance that we are all on the same page when it comes to environmental responsibility.”