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Archive for July 2013

Update News: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

In Friday’s news: Alaska’s Office of Children Services no longer answering questions about Bethel child molestation case; U.S. Air Force changing deadline for comments on moving F-16 squadron from Fairbanks to Anchorage; NTSB to investigate barge that hit U.S. Coast Guard cutter; President Barack Obama laying out plan to simplify and lower corporate tax rates;…

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An award-winning team

August will be the last full month our listeners will enjoy the Morning Show pairing of volunteers Dayneé Rosales and Lucus Keppel (pictured above). The two are not only a dynamic, on-air team; they’re also award-winning. We’re thrilled to announce that the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA) has given four of its 2013…

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Fond farewells

This month and next, we’re bidding farewell to the volunteers who have completed their 2012-2013 service years at KNOM. As with every class of KNOM volunteers, their departures make for a bittersweet time; we’re sad to see our hardworking volunteers depart but know that they’ll continue to do excellent work in the future. In a…

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Gift cards for KNOM

You may have read in the June Static that we’re now accepting gift cards as a way of supporting our mission. Since we’ve been asked, here are the types of cards we’ll accept: gift cards, like those pictured, used for payment at chain restaurants or major retailers (online or brick-and-mortar). KNOM will either use the gift…

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The new crew

We’re happy to introduce to you this year’s new class of KNOM volunteers, who will join returning volunteer Dayneé Rosales in our 2013-2014 service year. Our mission is excited to welcome these outstanding young individuals who, in the coming weeks, will hit the ground running at our mission in service of Western Alaska – all…

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Defeat

Being defeated is often a temporary condition. Giving up is what makes it permanent. Lean on God and keep trying.

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Sister Alice talks ornithology

Did you know? Nome, Alaska is nestled in one of the world’s best regions for bird-watching (or ornithology). It’s perhaps no surprise that a handful of Nome residents have become bird experts, and at KNOM, we’re thrilled to feature one of them, Sister Alice Sullivan, on our airwaves. Sister Alice is an energetic member of…

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