Work continues on our digital studio expansion and renovation project. The latest step: computers.
Laura expresses her newfound love of four-wheelers and the freedom they provide.
Maddie revels in the daily opportunities for creativity that she finds working at KNOM.
This year’s volunteers continue the tradition of attending Teller’s annual Cultural Festival, and Emily recounts their journey down the end of one of the three roads out of Nome.
Maddie contemplates the line between dreams and reality when it comes to a recent trip to Wales.
Rural communities — including Diomede, Kaltag, Kotzebue, and Nunam Iqua — have been chosen for a USDA water and sewer initiative.
An August Mass at Nome’s St. Joseph Catholic Church was but the latest way our local faith community has welcomed KNOM and the people who serve at our mission.
Each new generation of KNOM volunteers — including our brand-new, 2015-2016 class — becomes part of a long history that stretches back to even before our first broadcast.
This month, we’re bidding a final goodbye to our volunteer class of 2015, with a special focus on our production volunteers: Caitlin, Courtney, and Kristin.
Volunteer alumni Margaret DeMaioribus and Josh Cunningham, who became close friends during their shared volunteer year, recently brought their service experiences full-circle through a special reunion trip to Nome.