Richard Atuk and Debbie Atuk, father and daughter, are on a mission to revive Iñupiaq culture through language learning.
As summer hits Nome, there is typically an increase in reports of vandalism around town. One thing that has repeatedly concerned Nome property owners is preventative measures for vandalism, which appears to be mostly from youth.
Communities in Western Alaska will receive a portion of three and a half billion dollars from the federal government to improve water and sanitation infrastructure.
Graphite One has resumed preparation for the eventual establishment of a graphite mine in the Kigluaik Mountains north of Nome. The company will be wrapping up work on the pre-feasibility study in June before moving onto work for the feasibility study later in the season.
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