It was a proud moment both for the Nome community and for KNOM early last month, as a local theatre production brought a few of our full-time volunteers into the arts scene of our region — and brought a taste of 1890s England to 2010s Alaska.
For news volunteers Francesca Fenzi and Jenn Ruckel, a recent reporting trip to the small community of Wales, Alaska offered the special opportunity not only to build new relationships with our region, but also to deepen existing ones — and to immerse themselves, a bit more, in the incredible place we serve.
Couldn’t make the Arctic Entries/Nome Arts Council storytelling event? No worries, this month’s Story49 includes full audio from the show as well as an interview with the organizers. Tune into KNOM on Sunday or Thursday or listen right here.
KNOM’s Jar Project is a way for you to inspire others on our airwaves. For the kick-off, we’re wondering about the best advice you’ve ever received.
Join KNOM on Sounding Board with our guests Panganga Pungowiyi with Kawerak Wellness and Kari van Delden, M Ed., with UAF Cooperative Extension Service.
In January, volunteers Kristin Leffler and Courtney Cousins went to Elim, Alaska, for a very special community gathering: elder Eliza Katongan’s 100th birthday party.
Elim’s Eliza Katongan celebrated a big milestone last week: she’s been alive for a century, and she says it feels good.
The New Year is here, and on Sounding Board this week, we want to know: what do you have planned for 2015 to make the year a success?
This week on Sounding Board, we’re talking about something that concerns us all: safety and security in our communities. And we want to hear from you.
After an eventful day of service at Nome’s Food Bank, Jenn understands why volunteers are advised to respond in the affirmative when opportunities arise.