Throughout the early-20th century, many in Nome frequented the Dream Theater for entertainment. But it was also the site of a historic event when a 15-year-old Alaska Native girl stood up against the segregated seating policy. Listen here to the full story.
Nome students reported more positive attitudes about safety, school leadership, and student involvement in 2015.
Commercial fishermen at Alaska’s northernmost salmon fishery caught more than 300,000 pounds of chum salmon, pocketing over $800,000.
After her first month in Nome, Emily reflects on her last three years in Alaska and the decisions that led her to KNOM.
A large mid-August pulse of fall chum and coho salmon is keeping commercial fishermen busy in the lower river, but those upriver say they have yet to meet their subsistence needs.
Firefighters from St. Michael, Kaltag, and Chevak are among those offering support in the Lower 48.
As she looks back on a year in Nome, exiting volunteer Courtney talks dust, dirt, and bones (in a good way).
The Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Robert McDonald, traveled to Point Hope and Kotzebue to honor vets and address their concerns. Remote access to care and information are amongst the most common problem facing veterans in Alaska.
Lew Tobin reads excerpts from the compilation of old mining tales he collected back in the 1970’s — and tells his own tale of becoming an Alaskan.
Kristin’s volunteer year is coming to a close, and she tries to find the words to say goodbye.