FISH SURVEY—In Nome to talk about their surprising findings in the biennial trawl survey are, from left, Bob Lauth, Jeff Napp, and Lyle Britt.
Three researchers from the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center completed a trawl survey of the Northern Bering Sea in 2017 and found a dramatic increase in pollock.  The valuable fish normally associated with more southern latitudes grew in bioma
WINNER— Daniel Buffas got lucky at Nome Firemen’s Carnival, bringing home a ham for dinner.
An estimated 600 Nome and regional residents flocked to the annual Firemen’s Carnival put on by the Nome Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Rec Center.
NOW YOU SEE IT—Now you don’t. Charles Reader began to take bites of the burned out Polaris Hotel on Nov. 30. The City solicited accelerated bids on Nov. 28 for emergency abatement to begin ASAP with a deadline of Dec. 11. Reader worked through blizzards and high wind over the weekend. By Tuesday, the remains of the package store, hotel and bar complex had gone to the City’s monofill.
On Nov. 30 Charles Reader began the gargantuan task of removing the hazardous remains of the Polaris Hotel fire from the corner of Bering Street and Lomen Avenue.
FISH SURVEY—In Nome to talk about their surprising findings in the biennial trawl survey are, from left, Bob Lauth, Jeff Napp, and Lyle Britt.
WINNER— Daniel Buffas got lucky at Nome Firemen’s Carnival, bringing home a ham for dinner.
NOW YOU SEE IT—Now you don’t. Charles Reader began to take bites of the burned out Polaris Hotel on Nov. 30. The City solicited accelerated bids on Nov. 28 for emergency abatement to begin ASAP with a deadline of Dec. 11. Reader worked through blizzards and high wind over the weekend. By Tuesday, the remains of the package store, hotel and bar complex had gone to the City’s monofill.
FISH SURVEY—In Nome to talk about their surprising findings in the biennial trawl survey are, from left, Bob Lauth, Jeff Napp, and Lyle Britt.
Three researchers from the NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center completed a trawl survey of the Northern Bering Sea in 2017 and found a dramatic increase in pollock.  The valuable fish normally associated with more southern latitudes grew in biomass...
WINNER— Daniel Buffas got lucky at Nome Firemen’s Carnival, bringing home a ham for dinner.
An estimated 600 Nome and regional residents flocked to the annual Firemen’s Carnival put on by the Nome Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Rec Center. Inclement weather with strong winds and sideways-flying snow prompted a...
NOW YOU SEE IT—Now you don’t. Charles Reader began to take bites of the burned out Polaris Hotel on Nov. 30. The City solicited accelerated bids on Nov. 28 for emergency abatement to begin ASAP with a deadline of Dec. 11. Reader worked through blizzards and high wind over the weekend. By Tuesday, the remains of the package store, hotel and bar complex had gone to the City’s monofill.
On Nov. 30 Charles Reader began the gargantuan task of removing the hazardous remains of the Polaris Hotel fire from the corner of Bering Street and Lomen Avenue. Using an excavator to load several trucks, Reader worked steadily through a blizzard,...

Obituaries

Daniel Ralph Fondell
Daniel Ralph Fondell died Monday, November 27, 2017 at his home in rural Dawson, MN at the age of 64, in the presence and love of his family. Dan was born February 3, 1953 in Williamson, WV to Ralph...

Education

ACSA SEPTEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH— Anvil City Science Academy named Deacon Callahan as the September Student of the Month. He is pictured with ACSA Lead Teacher Lisa Leeper and his family.

On Tuesday, November 14 the Nome Public Schools Board of Education met for a regular meeting in the Nome Elementary School Library.

The Nome Nugget

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Nome, Alaska 99762
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Phone: (907) 443-5235
Fax: (907) 443-5112

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