Last week’s record-breaking warmth was interesting, but Bob Ten Eych with the National Weather Service in Nome says have no doubt: winter is certainly coming.
With the holidays approaching, volunteer Jenn says, “I’m thinking of all the tables around which will sit all the people I love: here, near, north, south, internationally, in memory.
Salmon is life here, but the region has been facing a depressed salmon stock for decades. In hopes of identifying the salmon shortfalls in Norton Sound and making improvements, regional stakeholders look to the Comprehensive Salmon Plan, or CSP, as a roadmap.
The Nome School Board debated the need for a new technology position, as workloads become unmanageable servicing new systems and equipment.
In rural Alaska, there’s no such thing as last-minute holiday prep. With Thanksgiving coming up, hundreds of turkeys have already taken flight — in bush planes, that is.
This week on Sounding Board, we’re talking about something that concerns us all: safety and security in our communities. And we want to hear from you.
Bobby Bolen, with about 10 years in the district, will fill the interim position until a permanent hire is made.
Back from the Association of Alaska School Boards conference, Nome’s board discussed what legislative priorities they’ll submit to the City Council to lobby for in Juneau.
On this Veteran’s Day, after 70 years, a small piece of Earl Vogelar, a Michigan soldier stationed in Nome during World War II, is finally on its way home.
USDA’s branch of Rural Development is partnering with the Association of Village Council Presidents to get an on-the-ground perspective of communities’ needs.