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During Iditarod time, Nancy McGuire opened her home and kitchen to countless visitors who would get the royal treatment of a king crab meal.
Nancy knew all she had to do was dangle the prospect of sitting at her table surrounded by her lively and intelligent friends for a king crab feast, and I would come running. No one held court like...
ADRIFT— A gold mining jackup rig operated by Phoenix Marine lost its spuds and an excavator during rough seas on the harbor on Nov. 17.
Waves of surprising height and ferocity sheared the four legs off a Phoenix Marine jack-up gold dredge on Nov. 17. The crippled barge sat grounded Friday east of the causeway, while Phoenix Marine...
Nancy McGuire is pictured with (left to right) John Handeland, Iditarod executive director Stan Hooley and Nome Mayor Richard Beneville during the 2016 Iditarod banquet in Anchorage
As Americans we hold close the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution of the United States. The first of those amendments includes freedom of religion, the freedom of speech and...
Nancy McGuire
“My memories of Nancy are the things of the heart; that was the world she lived in.  Temper that with an iron but pragmatic will, a keen interest in the natural world, a respect for others, and then...
Nome voters cast their ballots in voting stations at Old St. Joe's Hall, on election day, Nov. 8, 2016.
The electoral victory for president-elect Donald J. Trump and the surprising defeat of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton did not reflect how bush Alaska, including Nome and the region, voted in...
UNUSUAL FIND— Unalakleet residents found two moose bulls with locked antlers frozen in the ice, five miles east of Unalakleet.
An opportunity to experience something new led to a discovery unlike anything anyone had ever seen in Unalakleet last week. Brad Webster, Unalakleet junior high teacher and Covenant Bible Camp...
Nancy McGuire shows off a Nome Nugget newspaper during the 2016 Iditarod banquet In March in Anchorage.
In her editorial today, Nancy McGuire, editor and publisher of the Nome Nugget newspaper, bid an affectionate farewell to all. Fighting a valiant battle with cancer for over a decade, Nancy passed...
Last month, six Arctic indigenous representatives from Alaska, Canada and Russia traveled to London and addressed the International Maritime Organization during their Marine Environment Protection...
Mayor Richard Beneville congratulates Mark Johnson who won the Nov. 1 runoff election against incumbent Matt Culley for Nome Common Council Seat F. The council met Nov. 3 at the new Richard Foster...
By Amanda Tördal October proved to be a very warm month for Nome, with temperatures high enough to break three daily records, plus one record tie. Throughout Alaska, higher temperatures were seen across the board, even up to Barrow.  According to the National Weather Service, the monthly average temperature in Barrow for the month of October was the warmest on record, at 30.1°F. For the first time in recorded weather history the daily high temperatures in Barrow were on average 33.5°F, above the freezing le
October proved to be a very warm month for Nome, with temperatures high enough to break three daily records, plus one record tie. Throughout Alaska, higher temperatures were seen across the board,...

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