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What’s cookin’?

The hosts of KNOM’s Morning Show – volunteers Dayneé Rosales and Lucus Keppel – have been cooking up lots of great things this year. Literally. For months now, Lucus and Dayneé have collaborated with representatives from the CAMP Department, a division of Nome’s hospital that specializes in nutrition and healthy lifestyles. CAMP’s Katie Gonzales and…

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Live simply…

An inspirational spot from the February 2013 issue of our newsletter, The Nome Static: Live simply, so others can simply live.

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Congrats to the news crew!

It’s an exciting time for our mission: our news team is the recipient of two highly-coveted awards from the Alaska Broadcasters Association (ABA)! The ABA Goldie Awards recognize excellence in radio and TV broadcasting across the state of Alaska, and in November, the organization honored KNOM news with awards in the categories “Service to Children”…

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Sounding Board: Subsistence Hunting

Hunting artwork at the Teller School

This Thursday on Sounding Board (December 6, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about subsistence hunting. Why is subsistence important to your family? Has hunting in your village changed over the years? If so, how? What are your favorite stories or memories of subsistence hunting? JOIN THE CONVERSATION

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Let us live…

Our inspirational spot for the week: Let us live in such a way that when we die, our love will survive and continue to grow.

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Sounding Board: TV in Western Alaska

This Thursday on Sounding Board (May 31, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about the effects of television in Western Alaska. What kind of role does TV play in your life? Is it your go-to source for news and for what’s happening in the world? Do you think that TV is having a negative impact upon…

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Elder Voices: Dina Sagoonick

Dina Sagoonick’s life growing up in Shaktoolik as a young girl was traditional, and in the ways that she and her family relied on dog teams, hunting, and trapping, it was a way of life that had sustained her ancestors for thousands of years. And yet her life was also uniquely full of change, a…

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