We’re within a few short weeks of beginning to use our expanded studio — the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios — as an active broadcast and production space.
This summer, Pilgrim Hot Springs will go from a deteriorating historical site to an operational community garden. At least that’s the vision of Unaatuq, LLC, which owns the property.
Michels will coordinate between Quintillion, the City of Nome, and NJUS as the telecom company works to bring high-speed internet to western Alaska.
The school board discussed upgrades — from emergency lighting to payroll processing — at their work session last week.
Thanks to you, construction continues with the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios. The latest work involves the glass windows partitioning one room from another.
From floor to ceiling, our new, under-construction digital studios continue to show progress.
Both within our ledgers and within the walls of our nascent digital studios, we’ve made exciting strides even since our last newsletter hit the printers and the web.
As the holidays approach, work is again moving forward with our studios expansion and renovation project, The Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios.
The September 8 City Council meeting saw updates on a few projects in Nome—including local construction and work on the Richard Foster building.
Funds for our studio construction are now just shy of $700,000; Dayneé has received an award for her production work; and our entire station is a finalist for one of broadcasting’s highest honors.