That’s more than double last year’s PFD of $900, and estimated to be the third largest PFD on record.
The tail end of summer is going out with a bang—and quite a bit later than usual this year, with a September thunderstorm in Nome.
After an eventful day of service at Nome’s Food Bank, Jenn understands why volunteers are advised to respond in the affirmative when opportunities arise.
Money to go toward JROTC and summer school reading program.
Village Public Safety Officers in Norton Sound just got a boost thanks to NSEDC’s donation of 16 thermal imaging cameras for use in search and rescue missions.
Hello…? Hello…? If you can hear this, we want to hear from you about that beeping device in your pocket. This week on Sounding Board, we’re talking about cellphones.
Fish & Game biologist Letty Hughes said that’s because the bag limit for nine moose is expected to be reached for that area by this evening.
A buoy afloat in the Bering Sea near King Island gathers wave readings that are live-streamed for local users, but with funding set to expire at the end of this season, the buoy needs a home and money to keep it operating.
At closing bell, now two weeks into the academic year, you’ll likely see some new faces pouring out of the Nome Public Schools—teachers, staff, students eager for the year ahead. One new face, in particular, is the new principal at Nome Beltz Jr/Sr High School.
The results are in from state testing in Nome Public Schools, and at Tuesday’s work session, the school board reviewed where Nome ranks on the Alaska School Performance Index (ASPI), based on students’ SBA (Standards Based Assessment) scores.