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Volunteers in the Production Department

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With the ice and snow melted, this is what a "walk" to the post office looks like

North, South, Reverse, Reverse

Daynee reflects on how she ended up in Nome. Originally from Bolivia, it was a long journey to school in Washington D.C., and finally to volunteering for KNOM in Nome. “Why Alaska of all places?”

L>R: Tara, myself, Emily, and our mighty leader, Kelly, in the midst of our holiday Production meeting.

The Art of Asking

“Small-town living in the Alaskan frontier,” Dayneé says, “is a fine balance between rugged individualism and communal caring… Sooner or later, you have to ask for help.”

Megan Timm, at Nome's Relay for Life 2013

Nome Relay for Life

It’s Christmas time: a special time of the year when we remember those who have lost battles to cancer, celebrate the lives of our survivors, and…

Jenna on the Nome sea wall

Welcome Home Storm

When volunteer Dayneé Rosales returned to Nome from her vacation (in between her service terms), she was greeted in true Western Alaska fashion: with a severe fall storm.