According to Alaska State Troopers, Thomas Grainger’s last communication was 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, after which time it is suspected his aircraft went down.
Recently, a Nome listener sent KNOM’s female staffers a wonderful surprise: homemade kuspuks.
2016 winners Tyler Aklestad and Tyson Johnson of team #8 are currently holding onto first position as they head back on the trail to the finish line in Fairbanks.
Before the restart Thursday morning at 8am, Iron Dog racers in Nome have on-the-clock repair and “wrenching” time — and a chance to eat and rest.
On Thursday, waylaid snowmachiners Thomas Olanna and Brandon Tocktoo of Brevig Mission were found in a cabin near the Sinuk River bridge, both suffering from frostbite.
Local, collaborative meetings — between government officials, scientists, and community leaders — have spawned new “toolkits” designed to empower Alaska’s coastal communities to more closely monitor environmental challenges.
In these three stories from “Tales from Around the Woodstove,” we’ll visit camp, take a trip on an exercise bike, and even head on down to “The Love Conference.”
Bering Strait communities have a new online tool to share knowledge — and learn new information — that could prove useful in the event of oil spills or other threats to local marine life.
“I am interested in sharing my (Inupiaq) culture and its approach of human respect for everyone and everything.” Meet KNOM community deejay Niviaaluk Brandt.
In Anchorage, a heroin bust. In Nome, two men have been arrested for possession of heroin.