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The Nome Common Council members picked up pie knives Monday night to get down to business serving up $167,000, this year’s Community Benefit Share provided by Norton Sound Economic Development Corp....
They say you don’t miss something until it’s gone. It’s easy to complain about the federal government but in many areas of our lives the unseen and unobserved hand of the feds makes life a lot easier...
The City of Nome has distributed green forms to mailboxes so that residents may declare their personal and business property including machines and equipment, and turn in the forms by Feb. 1. Up to...
Nome’s day shelter opened on Saturday, December 29 so those without the shelter of a home can now get out of the winter cold. The NEST gives the homeless a place to sleep and now they don’t have to...
January Wisconsin man paroled from Anvil Mountain, faces extradition Thirty-four year old Thomas Kehrberg’s parole date was set for January 11 and he was waiting for news on whether Wisconsin would...
A rule against shooting guns and hunting marine mammals in Port of Nome is not necessarily a no-brainer, the Nome Port Commission has found. 
 The right and desire to gather food from port waters...
We hope you had a Merry Christmas and we wish you a Happy New Year. As is custom, we at the Nugget took a week off and thus there won't be a Nome Nugget edition for December 27, 2018. We are working...
As temperatures in Nome drop into the minus digits, people living on the streets huddle in corners that shelter them from the wind and visit places that will let them inside to warm up. But mostly...
GRADUATES—Nursing Instructor Karen Walls, RN joins nurse graduates Mary Ruud, Richelle Horner and Colette Topkok for a picture with their celebratory cake.
It wasn’t the formal cap-and-gown graduation ceremony for the three nursing students in Nome. That was planned for the weekend at the University of Alaska Anchorage, along with other winter graduates...
SENTENCED— Frank R. Johnson, 39, appeared in Nome Superior Court on Dec. 10, for sentencing  on attempted murder charges.
Frank R. Johnson, 39, has been sentenced to 60 years flat time after he pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of a Nome police officer. Officer Casey Johnson, no relations to the defendant,...

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