Many of them had never left St. Lawrence Island. That is, until they were competing in the finals of an international academic competition.
In the September episode of “Dearest Alaska,” we hear the sounds of the Nome Street Games on July 4, 2016.
In August, Story49 takes us to Bethel, where we’ll meet Mike Bialy, a local teen with a passion for dance.
In the August episode of Dearest Alaska, KNOM’s Laura Kraegel and Mitch Borden take a drive down the scenic Council Road.
This month, a special episode of Story49 takes on a journey through the past, present, and future of Pilgrim Hot Springs.
Join the many who chose to jump into the Bering Sea for Nome’s annual Polar Bear Swim on this episode of Dearest Alaska.
June’s episode of Story49 chronicles a visit to Thomas Simonsson’s Swedish Delights and Sweet Treats Bakery in Unalakleet.
Dearest Alaska joins the owner and head chef of Pingo Bakery Seafood House, Erica Pryzmont, as she mixes up the dough that will become the bread and pastries she sells.
In the May episode of Story49, learn the history of Nome’s White Alice towers from John Handeland.
What does it take to manage the waste of an entire community in rural Alaska? In Nome, it’s the job of just one man.