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Three years ago, ten years ago

Ric shoveling

While Nome has experienced a relatively warm winter this year – with widespread melting and relatively little snow to speak of – winter in our region is, as you might expect, often the opposite. Here are two examples. In 2011, only three years ago, our snow cover – and our exposure to heavy winter storms…

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100 Years of Flight!

I love aviation. I’m the kind of wonk who will go to aviation museums – when I lived in Maryland, I loved when we’d be able to head over to the Smithsonian, and I’d spend all day in the Air and Space museum if my parents would let me. If you’ve followed this blog, you…

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Sounding Board: Preserving Family History

This Thursday on Sounding Board (January 24, 2013 at 10am), we’re talking about preserving family histories. How do you preserve your family’s legacy? How have you learned about your family history? How are stories of your ancestors passed down to each generation? What heirlooms and pieces of family history have been shared or passed on to you?…

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