Sivoy Miklahook is only authorized to be in Russia through mid-November. Now, people are scrambling to bring him home while grappling with the complexities of international travel across the Bering Strait.
The U.S. Coast Guard and other agencies held a meeting in Nome to start the revision process, which will take about a year.
Earlier this summer, a very special community education course in a key part of KNOM’s listening area highlighted a growing awareness of pollution in our region. With your support, KNOM was on the front lines of this crucial story.
Basketball could carry Wallace Ungwiluk 2,000 miles from his home in Gambell — if he accepts the chance to play for a Seattle high school.
ACAT organized an Environmental Health and Justice Course on St. Lawrence Island, a place with two formerly used defense sites where many global pollutants settle.
Kristin travels to Gambell and is once again struck by the generosity and kindness of people all over the region.
Nome could soon be home to an intensive treatment facility for those struggling with addiction and substance abuse.
What is love? It’s a big question, but this month’s Story49 delves into the topic through the stories of five local couples.
Two meetings with the Army Corps. of Engineers in Savoonga address the process for cleaning up Northeast Cape, inactive since 1972, but harboring a slew of environmental contaminants.
Cell service from GCI was interrupted in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Gambell this week, and while it’s been restored in the YK Delta, service remained out in Gambell as of Thursday.