Those over age 70 1/2 who may wish to donate to KNOM in the last few days of 2014 directly from their IRA now have an extra incentive to do so: special tax deductions.
Gast says this decision was a difficult one, but due to family matters he will move back home to Texas to be with his children at the end of the semester. The last day of his contract is December 31.
Interested in donating to KNOM? We present a few tax-related reminders (and potential ways to save you money!) before the calendar turns over into 2015.
Money to go toward JROTC and summer school reading program.
Village Public Safety Officers in Norton Sound just got a boost thanks to NSEDC’s donation of 16 thermal imaging cameras for use in search and rescue missions.
North Slope Borough Mayor Charlotte Brower says supporting these gatherings of Inuit people are critical for cultural exchange and preserving kinship.
Electronic waste, or e-waste, is being collected at a cleanup event in Nome this Friday and Saturday.
In mid-January, KNOM will be mailing tax receipts to all benefactors who have donated a total of $50 or more in calendar year 2013. Our development…
In Friday’s news: 1,800 pounds of chum salmon donated to Native Village of Gambell; Alaska Redistricting Board asking state court judge to dismiss challenge to latest…
You may have read in the June Static that we’re now accepting gift cards as a way of supporting our mission. Since we’ve been asked, here are…