Senate Bill 91 is the first bill Governor Walker signed into law in 2017. It allows the State of Alaska to use federal funds for distributing naloxone. Also, two mushers from this year’s Iditarod sled dog race brought attention to the opioid epidemic by carrying opioid overdose rescue kits in their sleds along the trail.
A profile of Alaska US House incumbent Don Young, Republican.
The Alaska State Museum in Juneau will select six solo artists to feature in their own exhibits for the next two years. Jackie Manning, curator of exhibitions, says the State Museum would like to have a diversity of submissions from artists, native and non-native, from communities throughout Alaska.
Audio now available! KNOM’s Story49 for March is an exploration of the power of the written word with author Ernestine Hayes.
Alaska Native author Ernestine Hayes was in Nome on Monday night to present a writing workshop and to discuss her work.
The group — made up of Mongolian social workers, shelter managers, and police officers — was here to learn how Alaska is addressing high rates of domestic violence.
City clerk Tom Moran and Chip Leeper, the head of Nome Parks and Recreation, were the only two candidates interviewed by the city council for the city manager job.
Josie Bahnke will lead Alaska’s Division of Elections after Lt. Governor Byron Mallot asked for the resignation of current Elections head Gail Fenumiai.
As lawmakers in Juneau go into overtime, Sounding Board wants to hear your thoughts on what should be a top priority as budgets get cut and funding dries up.
Nome Board of Education plans for potential bad news from Juneau, and brainstorms ways to cut district costs.