Rural Alaska is truly an incredible place. See a few glimpses of recent volunteer travel in our region.
Daily life in Alaska is predictably unpredictable, and this summer’s weather in Western Alaska was no exception.
An August Mass at Nome’s St. Joseph Catholic Church was but the latest way our local faith community has welcomed KNOM and the people who serve at our mission.
Nome’s ability to attract investors and secure its role in offshore Arctic activities continues to be the main focus of the city’s Port Commission.
A recent water shortage in Unalakleet put a strain on some businesses including Norton Sound Seafood Products, but ultimately it was a surge of cohos that forced the processing plant to send more than $100,000 of fish down to Emmonak.
UAF faces a $20 million shortfall, and that means deeper cuts being felt acutely in Nome and other rural campuses.
Laura shares photographs from her first travel opportunities, including trips to Gambell, Wales, and White Mountain.
After months of debate — and amid weak revenues and flagging solvency — the Nome Joint Utility Board is raising rates permanently.
We’re happy to introduce to you the two volunteers who will serve as KNOM’s news reporters during the 2015-2016 service year. Meet Laura Kraegel and Emily Russell.
Each new generation of KNOM volunteers — including our brand-new, 2015-2016 class — becomes part of a long history that stretches back to even before our first broadcast.