Clean-up efforts continue beneath Norton Sound Regional Hospital after a spill of hundreds of gallons of heating fuel.
Notice all the birders around Nome? Listen to one researcher’s study on shifting bird populations on the Seward Peninsula and life at “Bird Camp.”
The community of Shaktoolik is celebrating the return of a plaque designating a nearby ancient hunting camp as a National Historic Landmark. The site is now eroding away.
Volunteer Anna Rose looks to the future, excited, “because after KNOM, I can do anything, and the world is so big and life is so short and I have to choose among the magnificence.”
With Chinook harvests shut down and summer chum harvests are on the rise, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is starting a chum tracking program to keep on eye on fish in the river.
High water is combining with gear restrictions to restrict subsistence fishing along the Yukon River.
Local responders and the Coast Guard continue cleaning up the oily substance floating off the coast of Shishmaref. The source of the spill remains unknown.
If you look closely, you can see a small antenna poking off the UAF Northwest Campus main building. That antenna connects to an international monitoring system, allowing anyone in the world to track vessels moving within 12 miles of Nome’s harbor.
The Nome Community Alcohol Safety Team proposes raising taxes on tobacco and alcohol to generate revenue for the City and reduce social ills.
“Take I-80 East. Keep right,” the automated female voice instructs from the gps as my Dad jerks the wheel and the car careens onto the interstate.…