TWO MORE – Lady Nanook Brooke Anungazuk, center, gets two against Unalakleet Thursday in the Subway Showdown tournament.
Despite the raging snowstorm that hit Nome, a packed gym saw some great basketball at the 2020 Subway Showdown.
The port of Nome as seen from the air on Nov. 22, 2019.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened a public comment period Jan. 1 on Port of Nome proposed upgrades and environmental assessment; time’s wasting. The deadline to submit comments—yay or nay or suggestions—closes Thursday, Jan. 30.
Offshore gold miners off West Beach.
If you missed the first Nome gold rush in 1898 and then again were caught snoozing for the 2011 stampede, your days are looking brighter.
FIRST BABY IN 2020— Mom Jocely and dad John Wyman proudly show their baby Bella Aria, born in Nome on Jan. 5.
The Norton Sound region’s first baby of the year made her entrance to the world amongst her whole family. Bella Aria Wyman was born Sunday, January 5 at 9:54 a.m. in Nome.
OUTSTANDING WRESTLER—Elden Cross wrestles his Kotzebue opponent in the 145-lbs championship match Saturday, which he won, during the Regional Wrestling Tournament, held in Nome last weekend. Cross was named Outstanding Wrestler.
Nome-Beltz High School hosted the Northern Conference Wrestling Tournament Saturday and the Lady Nanooks came away with the team title. The boys were runner-up to a large Kotzebue team.
Glenn Steckman
Under the steady hand of Interim City Manager John Handeland, Nome regained some stability after a period of turmoil brought on by a police department accused of not investigating sexual assaults and other serious crimes, under previous management
TWO MORE – Lady Nanook Brooke Anungazuk, center, gets two against Unalakleet Thursday in the Subway Showdown tournament.
The port of Nome as seen from the air on Nov. 22, 2019.
Offshore gold miners off West Beach.
FIRST BABY IN 2020— Mom Jocely and dad John Wyman proudly show their baby Bella Aria, born in Nome on Jan. 5.
OUTSTANDING WRESTLER—Elden Cross wrestles his Kotzebue opponent in the 145-lbs championship match Saturday, which he won, during the Regional Wrestling Tournament, held in Nome last weekend. Cross was named Outstanding Wrestler.
Glenn Steckman
Tyler Avery Shold, 27, remains in custody at Anvil Mountain Correctional Center where he is being held on $100,000 bail. Shold is facing a charge on first degree murder, with intent to cause the death of another person, an unclassified felony,...
The Nome Common Council continued to winnow through requests from service organizations for money from the annual Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation’s Community Benefit Share Monday evening. Some groups are trying to replace state money...
TWO MORE – Lady Nanook Brooke Anungazuk, center, gets two against Unalakleet Thursday in the Subway Showdown tournament.
Despite the raging snowstorm that hit Nome, a packed gym saw some great basketball at the 2020 Subway Showdown. Soldotna High boys and girls teams put on a show of talent and well-coached basketball skills to win every game they played, usually by a...
The port of Nome as seen from the air on Nov. 22, 2019.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened a public comment period Jan. 1 on Port of Nome proposed upgrades and environmental assessment; time’s wasting. The deadline to submit comments—yay or nay or suggestions—closes Thursday, Jan. 30. The total...
Offshore gold miners off West Beach.
If you missed the first Nome gold rush in 1898 and then again were caught snoozing for the 2011 stampede, your days are looking brighter. The State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources has announced the sale of eleven offshore lease tracts,...
FIRST BABY IN 2020— Mom Jocely and dad John Wyman proudly show their baby Bella Aria, born in Nome on Jan. 5.
The Norton Sound region’s first baby of the year made her entrance to the world amongst her whole family. Bella Aria Wyman was born Sunday, January 5 at 9:54 a.m. in Nome. Earlier that morning, her parents, John and Jocelyn Wyman of Nome, brought...
The Port of Nome Commission met in a work session Dec. 19 to continue the annual tweaking of the port tariff to reflect procedures and cost recoveries. The panel is going over the document bit by bit with the intent to determine whether user costs...
An era came to an end last week when Nome Outfitters moved its inventory out of the store on 120 1st Avenue and into its new home at Bonanza’s Anvil City Station. Hunters and sportsmen will be able to buy their hunting licenses, fishing gear, Xtra...
Representative Neal Foster of Nome delivered an hour and a half presentation Monday night on Governor Mike Dunleavy’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget, which the governor unveiled last Wednesday. Twenty-seven citizens were at Old St. Joe’s to hear what...

Obituaries

Beverly Frances Baskett (née Johnson) was born on 11/04/1963 in Nome to Rosie Teresa Johnson (née Norbert) and Wallace Leslie Johnson Sr.  Bev died on 01/01/2020 peacefully in her...

Education

PUBLIC MEETING—The school district presented their proposal to move sixth graders from the elementary school to Nome-Beltz Jr./Sr. High School.

Administrators of the Nome Public Schools have proposed moving sixth grade students from the Nome Elementary School to Nome-Beltz Jr./Sr.

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