A City of Nome pickup truck was stolen Monday night, then found wrecked and abandoned Tuesday morning on the Kougarok Road. Currently, there are no known suspects.
29-year-old Philip Simeon and 20-year-old Juliana Peterson allegedly forced entry into the Aniak store at 4:00 A.M. Wednesday morning.
As far as what Little wants people to know most: “I just want people to ask questions. If people see this white bus — it says, ‘public transit’ on it — flag me down. I’ll be glad to answer their questions and give them a schedule.”
“Currently, we have Jerald Brown declared for Council Seat E. We have Matt Culley and Thomas Okleasik declared for Council Seat F, and for Utilities Seat B, Wesley Perkins has declared,” Nome City Clerk Bryant Hammond stated on Tuesday.
“If I feel like I’ve met with people and there is an emotional connection there and a relational connection, then to me, that’s a success… for me it was successful because I felt good, and I feel sad to leave,” said an intern of his experiences during the cultural retreat in Stebbins last week.
The three multi-year federal grants will amount to an estimated $3,000,000 annually for the State of Alaska.
In the September episode of “Dearest Alaska,” we hear the sounds of the Nome Street Games on July 4, 2016.
In recent weeks, it’s been a tale of two studios at KNOM. As our brand-new, digital studios have become fully operational, our existing studio rooms have been getting a facelift.
A recent gift from a KNOM benefactor will play a special role in our digital studios’ dedication in October.
Our series #FocusWesternAK continues with a look at Shishmaref, a community of 600 located on the edge of the Chukchi Sea — and threatened by climate change.