TALKING IT OVER—District 17 U.S. Coast Guard personnel came to Nome to meet with dredge operators who say this season’s enforcement of USCG existing safety regulations will cost lots of money and should not apply to the fleet of “unique” mining dredges. Left to right are Commander Justin Jacobs, Lt. Commander Mason Wilcox, Commander Christopher Coutu.
The Nome Port Commission has decided not to go after a boundary change that would exempt gold dredges from newly enforced U. S Coast Guard regulations.
THE ARMORY— The Alaska National Guard Armory on Nome’s Front Street currently houses the Alaska State Troopers.
The Alaska National Guard is on a recruiting drive in Northwest Alaska with the objective of growing Guard membership in the region to the point where they can establish self-sustaining units of 12 to 15 personal in Nome and in Kotzebue.
SHAKESPEARE IN NOME— Caliban, played by Jake Kenick, breaks free from his bonds as a slave in a Nome Arts Council production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” last weekend.
Nomeites were treated to a rare theatre performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in a production by the Nome Arts Council, under direction of KNOM volunteer Gabe Colombo and with a cast of mostly Nome middle and high school students and four adult
TALKING IT OVER—District 17 U.S. Coast Guard personnel came to Nome to meet with dredge operators who say this season’s enforcement of USCG existing safety regulations will cost lots of money and should not apply to the fleet of “unique” mining dredges. Left to right are Commander Justin Jacobs, Lt. Commander Mason Wilcox, Commander Christopher Coutu.
THE ARMORY— The Alaska National Guard Armory on Nome’s Front Street currently houses the Alaska State Troopers.
SHAKESPEARE IN NOME— Caliban, played by Jake Kenick, breaks free from his bonds as a slave in a Nome Arts Council production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” last weekend.
TALKING IT OVER—District 17 U.S. Coast Guard personnel came to Nome to meet with dredge operators who say this season’s enforcement of USCG existing safety regulations will cost lots of money and should not apply to the fleet of “unique” mining dredges. Left to right are Commander Justin Jacobs, Lt. Commander Mason Wilcox, Commander Christopher Coutu.
The Nome Port Commission has decided not to go after a boundary change that would exempt gold dredges from newly enforced U. S Coast Guard regulations. Instead, the City plans to seek a review for a special ruling for a hybrid regulation for what...
THE ARMORY— The Alaska National Guard Armory on Nome’s Front Street currently houses the Alaska State Troopers.
The Alaska National Guard is on a recruiting drive in Northwest Alaska with the objective of growing Guard membership in the region to the point where they can establish self-sustaining units of 12 to 15 personal in Nome and in Kotzebue. The...
The Sitnasuak Native Corporation Board of Directors announced the selection of new directors at a special board meeting last month. The selection comes as former director Neal Foster had resigned in January to focus his energy on his job as...
SHAKESPEARE IN NOME— Caliban, played by Jake Kenick, breaks free from his bonds as a slave in a Nome Arts Council production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” last weekend.
Nomeites were treated to a rare theatre performance of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in a production by the Nome Arts Council, under direction of KNOM volunteer Gabe Colombo and with a cast of mostly Nome middle and high school students and four adults...

Obituaries

Marie Apok Virginia Anderson, age 80, passed away at the Central Peninsula General Hospital in Soldotna, Alaska, on May 8, 2018. She was born in Ugiauvak “King Island”, Alaska on March 10...

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Scanning Nome’s buy and sell page on Facebook or reading daily email blasts regarding local announcements, one thing is clear: people are moving out of Nome.

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