Village Public Safety Officers in Norton Sound just got a boost thanks to NSEDC’s donation of 16 thermal imaging cameras for use in search and rescue missions.
Back from a trip to Wales, first-year volunteer Francesca takes stock. “Western Alaska is constantly shifting my concepts of home and place and family,” she says.
The State of Missouri is extraditing 42-year-old Owen M. Miller, a teacher in Kiana, on five felony charges connected to what court documents call “years” of abuse.
Commercial salmon values were at record highs across Norton Sound this summer.
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.
Fish & Game biologist Letty Hughes said that’s because the bag limit for nine moose is expected to be reached for that area by this evening.
Walker will run as governor, Mallott as lieutenant governor on the “Alaska First Unity Ticket.”
After arriving at our station in June, volunteer news reporter Jenn Ruckel has been working to immerse herself in Western Alaska to understand it, and thereby report on it, better.
As we say goodbye to the 2013-2014 class of KNOM volunteers, we offer snapshots of their recent writing on our website; each offers a glimpse at what makes our volunteer program so special and so crucial.
Nome’s beloved community of Catholic women, the Little Sisters, have now moved away from Western Alaska, but not before a gesture of gratitude from our local Rotary Club.