The mine would be located 70 miles north of Nome, along the range-front of the Kigluaik Mountains. The project is still in early stages; construction would not begin for years.
The Council will meet at 12 noon Thursday, October 6th, for a special session to canvass the unofficial results from Nome’s municipal election.
“The conversation was about climate change, the effect on the ice, on the sea ice, on the permafrost, on what animals live there,” Nome mayor Richard Beneville said of last week’s Arctic Science Ministerial.
In the October episode of “Dearest Alaska,” we hear the sounds of lunch held at the XYZ Senior Center in Nome.
Meet the pastor of Nome’s St. Joseph Catholic Church — and the new voice of Mass on KNOM’s Sunday Mornings.
“I think that there’s actually a great deal of cooperation between Russia and Alaska or Chukotka and Alaska that we’re often not aware of,” The Executive Director of The Institute of the North, Nils Andreassen remarked.
Several items, including a firearm, were stolen during a break-in at a camp near Mile 47 on the Kougarok Road last week.
“Currently, we have Jerald Brown declared for Council Seat E. We have Matt Culley and Thomas Okleasik declared for Council Seat F, and for Utilities Seat B, Wesley Perkins has declared,” Nome City Clerk Bryant Hammond stated on Tuesday.
“Anyone who lives in Alaska knows it,” Tyler says. “Salmon has been, and always will be, a big deal.”
Kristina Woolston, VP of External Affairs for Quintillion, says the project’s “construction inconveniences” have come to an end in the town of Nome. As a wholesaler, Quintillion sells “true broadband” capacity to telecommunications providers, like GCI, and they, in turn, will provide that to consumers in Western Alaska by the first quarter of 2017.