Middle school students Payton Commack and Lauryn Jones traveled to the University of Alaska Anchorage campus to meet with 100 students from 16 other Alaskan schools.
GCI recently announced plans to bring high-speed internet to ten more communities in the region this year. Stebbins is on that list, and while many are excited for faster service, some fear their subsistence lifestyle could suffer.
The school board also approved the purchase of a new vehicle for the Nome Elementary School and a technology upgrade for the entire district.
The grant — worth nearly $500,000 — will go towards replacing outdated equipment at all 15 BSSD schools and the district office in Unalakleet.
Through an unlikely series of events, Mitch learns how to use an iPhone and, in the process, shares photos of his first few months in Alaska.
The Nome School Board debated the need for a new technology position, as workloads become unmanageable servicing new systems and equipment.
Hello…? Hello…? If you can hear this, we want to hear from you about that beeping device in your pocket. This week on Sounding Board, we’re talking about cellphones.
Work on our studio expansion project – the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios – has reached an important milestone! Thanks to your continued support, our…
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Lucus Keppel, KNOM’s new volunteer producer, comes to our mission with a breadth of experience in travel, academic study, broadcasting, ministry, and community service. The Michigan…