After recent repairs to its autopilot system, the single helicopter that ferries mail and passengers to and from Little Diomede Island is up and running (though still waiting on weather).
Court documents allege 28-year-old Johnny Nazuruk broke into a home in the Kobuk River community, waited for a woman to walk by, attacked her, and dragged her inside the broken-into house against her will
Mining company Nome Gold Alaska called a public meeting this month to share plans for a placer mining operation near Dry Creek in Nome.
Alongside an amicable meeting with Nome Public Schools, the city council on Monday agreed to spend roughly $420,000 to add full-building humidification to the planned Richard Foster Building.
Five people were under observation for after two separate meals of fermented seal flipper in Koyuk. Only three were given the anti-toxin for botulism.
Sandi Keller was named Teacher of the Year, Sylvia Matson is Educational Support Professional of the Year, and Richard Beneville’s retirement was toasted with poetry.
Today in Kotzebue a special graduation ceremony will honor the 2015 graduates of the Alaska Technical Center. ATC is an adult vocational school that specializes in job training for rural Alaska.
Three people have contracted botulism after eating separate batches of fermented seal flipper in Koyuk over the weekend.
While studying Chinook salmon in the Bering Sea, researchers found themselves in the wake of an unlikely killer.
A graphite deposit in the Imuruk Basin is looking promising, but as mining company Graphite One seeks to involve the communities, residents are worried about the impact on subsistence.