Through non-profit Alaska Marine Safety Education (AMSEA), teachers around the state can continue their education online and learn about cold weather survival skills in a course that starts January 30.
Senator Donny Olson joined Republicans in the Senate majority last month, and with that move came funds for one more staffer.
Alaska Native author Ernestine Hayes was in Nome on Monday night to present a writing workshop and to discuss her work.
More than a dozen 1-credit courses are about 40 percent cheaper this fall after a grant from Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation.
The program offers six weeks of college-credit courses and prepares students to adjust academically and socially to college life.
Nome hosted a unique performance this week when Kira Eckenweiler, an opera student at the University of Alaska Anchorage, shared her talent with a local audience.
Nome’s Northwest Campus will see a five percent budget cut and other cost-saving measures, but will likely avoid a proposed merger with another rural campus.
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