An audit for 2013 finds the accounting practices for the city’s utility are sound, but operating at a loss that could lead to debt struggles down the road if changes aren’t made.
Kristin travels to Elim for an elder’s 100th birthday and then returns to Nome to celebrate her own 23rd.
Kaiser is the first Bethel musher to win the race in 29 years.
On this week’s Sounding Board we want to hear from you about how you maintain strong mental health. Tune in and call in at 10a.m. Thursday, January 22nd.
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.
Francesca shares her trials of mid-winter at KNOM with grueling work hours and limited sunlight to boot, but finds and shares her inspiration to push on.
What does it mean to be a change-maker? This month’s Story49 features Tuesona, Denice and Brooke, three women fighting for a more inclusive society.
Though still relatively early in the fiscal year, Nome Schools have revised their budget outlook for 2015—and the district is now about 60 thousand dollars better off than they were when the year began.
Campbell will take over as CEO in the Anchorage office on February 1, working for a few weeks with John Eckels before his retirement.
Twenty-five mushers will take off from Bethel over a fast, icy trail to Aniak and back Friday night in the 36th annual running of the Kuskokwim 300.