The Commission is considering several additions to accommodate the port’s many users.
Welcome, Father Tom!
Meet the pastor of Nome's St. Joseph Catholic Church — and the new voice of Mass on KNOM's Sunday Mornings.
Longtime Nome physician Dr. Karen O’Neil is no longer seeing patients at the Norton Sound Hospital. The reason for Dr. O’Neil’s departure is still unclear at this time.
It’s a tricky thing to make a passion a career, Tyler says. “Almost four months in, I’m glad to say radio is still my passion.” But at the same time, “working at a radio station has an interesting change on how you interact with audio outside of work.”
The Port Commission is expected to accept the resignation of Commissioner Megan Alvanna-Stimpfle.
UPDATE: As of 8pm Wednesday, the autumn search for Joseph Balderas has been called off. Volunteers had been hoping that autumn changes to the tundra would make their efforts more successful, but no new clues or evidence was found.
“I am truly standing on the shoulders of giants, of leaders in our native community,” says Nome’s Megan Alvanna-Stimpfle.
Water and sewer tariff rates will increase by $9.81 per month for residents, and $5.88 per month for seniors.
Last year’s winter was warmer than usual in western Alaska. This year, above normal snowfall may be headed our way.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation is coordinating the clean-up process of contaminated lands throughout the region and all over the State, including the clean-up of White Mountain’s oil drum storage site. The Bureau of Indian Affairs is the entity responsible for the cleanup of this site, according to ADEC.
This week’s audioblog episode, hosted by Davis Hovey, focuses on the theme of recreation and leisure activities and includes another of Davis’ “deep dives.”