With her time at KNOM coming quickly to a close, Emily takes to the mountains to clear her mind.
The land purchase agreement transfers two downtown lots from the city to the towers’ current owner, Sitnasuak Native Corporation.
The Nome City Council meets tonight to debate the purchase of property at Anvil Mountain from Sitnasuak Native Corporation.
Emily looks back at her year, which has been the toughest one yet, but also the most notable.
A photo essay from Emily’s “pretty incredible” first few months in Nome.
As more than $2.6 million is paid out to summer crab and salmon fishermen, NSEDC’s board met in August to discuss commercial fishing in Norton Sound and beyond.
Caitlin wonders if she’ll ever get a good picture of the northern lights.
In yet another clash between canine and ungulate, two dogs were injured last weekend by a muskox near a biking trail in Nome.
Over the weekend, a hunter in Nome killed the first muskox since the Alaska Department of Fish & Game opened the hunt on August 1. Meanwhile, another dog was attacked on Anvil Mountain.
In Friday’s News: Fishing boat sank south of Kodiak Island this morning, crewman missing; No current funding for demolition of White Alice towers, may take years…