As the cost of simply investigating the roads feasibility continues to swell, basic questions about financing, community approval, and potential conflicts of interest remain unanswered.
After more than 60 years serving communities in the Bering Strait region, the Little Sisters of Jesus are leaving western Alaska.
Ann and Bruce Davis found two orphaned reindeer fawns on their ranch— a girl, Brownie, and a boy, Blaze. KNOM’s Anna Rose MacArthur went out to visit the 15-day-old fawns. She arrived at feeding time.
Curious about how a high school prom in small communities off Alaska’s road system differs from the Lower-48 archetype, Zach went to Unalakleet’s prom on Saturday.
Every year, athletes from across the Bering Straits Region compete in the Native Youth Olympics.
Hear Nome resident Phil Hofstetter’s 2014 adventure biking the 1,000 mile Iditarod Invitational Trail.
With the addition of a new recycling facility out at the landfill, Nome and the Bering Straits region continue developing a waste management strategy unique to…
Sarah Aarons will be analyzing ice cores this year. She’s a PHD candidate at the University of Michigan and the ice cores she drilled herself in…
Rolland Trowbridge, from Nome, earned the Red Lantern award Sunday in Bethel in the 2014 Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race. Finishing with 10 dogs just before…
In Western Alaska, a team of archaeologists from Scotland’s University of Aberdeen have been racing against mother nature.