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Volunteers in the Production Department

pertains to production specifically

Elim

Outta Nome

When you live in the sub-Arctic, you’re surrounded by a landscape mostly devoid of trees. As Tara says, “you get a little giddy when you see trees again.”

KNOM Music Library

Warning: Elevator Music Not Allowed

Daynee shares one of her many projects as volunteer producer at KNOM: develop the world music catalog to a decent size, so we can work the songs into each day. But what exactly is world music?

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.”