In the December episode of “Dearest Alaska,” we see what puts the “fab” in “Fab Lab.”
On this week’s episode of Elder Voices, we visit with Unalakleet’s Irene Katchatag, through her interview with KNOM from April 2002.
Nick Hanson and Rosemary Berg are used to competing. But the story they tell at home is one of inclusivity and connection.
Through the 2016 Community Benefit Share program, NSEDC will give $150,000 to each of its 15 member communities. Diomede, White Mountain, and Unalakleet will receive additional funds to pay for specific community projects.
This past weekend, teenagers from all over the Norton Sound region participated in Youth Leader Training. Packed into Unalakleet’s high school gym, the young leaders didn’t shy away from tough topics.
Unalakleet will receive the largest single grant on the USDA Rural Development agency’s list totaling 6.6 million dollars. According to Larry Yerich, the public information coordinator for USDA Rural Development, the agency has invested more than $2 billion in rural Alaska since 2009.
KNOM’s photo series #FocusWesternAK continues with a glimpse into the community of Unalakleet.
June’s episode of Story49 chronicles a visit to Thomas Simonsson’s Swedish Delights and Sweet Treats Bakery in Unalakleet.
Hanson completed the qualifying obstacle course in 4:44 for a 13th-place finish. Now he’ll compete for a spot in the National Finals.
This summer, Pilgrim Hot Springs will go from a deteriorating historical site to an operational community garden. At least that’s the vision of Unaatuq, LLC, which owns the property.