The school board also approved the purchase of a new vehicle for the Nome Elementary School and a technology upgrade for the entire district.
Hanson completed the qualifying obstacle course in 4:44 for a 13th-place finish. Now he’ll compete for a spot in the National Finals.
This summer, Pilgrim Hot Springs will go from a deteriorating historical site to an operational community garden. At least that’s the vision of Unaatuq, LLC, which owns the property.
Arctic Greens will harvest its first crop on June 21. Soon after, the produce will go on sale at Kotzebue’s AC store.
The halfway house is now bigger, cleaner, and safer, according to Director Bob Weston. Seaside staff and residents moved into the new building in February.
On Wednesday, the state officials asked the Federal Subsistence Board to reconsider the yearlong closure, which goes into effect on July 1.
The club won’t certify students with pilot licenses, but it will give them basic skills and knowledge, according to science teacher Dave Padvorac.
The State Medical Examiner is working to identify a body found in Gambell on Monday. Troopers believe it’s Gladys Aningayou, who went missing last week.
The City Council will hold its first reading of the port proposal on Monday and finalize the budget by June 13.
Michels will coordinate between Quintillion, the City of Nome, and NJUS as the telecom company works to bring high-speed internet to western Alaska.