The January 28th episode of KNOM’s Exchange focused on the future of Pilgrim Hot Springs.
Joshua Sours III was shot and killed on Friday. Charged with the fatal shooting are Brandon M. Nelson, Tony Jackson, and Frank J. Jackson Jr.
The goal is a new, two-story building across the street from the Norton Sound Regional Hospital. NSHC hopes to have plans totally finalized in the next year and a half.
Maddie mentally and physically prepares for her first trip to the city since arriving in Nome.
The Board of Fisheries considered limiting the gillnet size in Norton Sound’s Subdistrict 1, eventually deciding against it, and passed all 6 Arctic proposals.
Teck Alaska, operator of Red Dog Mine, filed a legal complaint against the Northwest Arctic Borough about a tax that would nearly triple the mine’s annual payment to the borough.
Berkeley has worked for Nome Public Schools for 12 years — five as a teacher and seven as an administrator. He’s currently the district’s director of federal programs.
Winter is here, and Laura shares some photos from the beautiful season.
On January 21st, we talked about adult education on KNOM’s Exchange. Listen to the program online.
After attending a journalism workshop in Anchorage, Emily is reminded that KNOM is part of the bigger picture of statewide news.