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November 13, 2014

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Photo by Kendra Miller
CARIBOU CROSSING— This majestic male caribou struts his stuff across the Kougarok Road, in hot pursuit of a female caribou, on November 1.

Photo by Melanie Sagoonick
WOLFPACK CHEERLEADERS—Almost 300 elementary and junior high wrestlers and cheerleaders came together for the 33rd Annual Bering Strait School District Wrestling/Cheerleading Tournament last weekend. Pictured are the Unalakleet cheerleaders (left to right, front to back) Summer Sagoonick, Lexi Ivanoff, Ravenne Storms, Victoria Fisher, Jewel Wilson, Karlee Katchatag, Allie Ivanoff and Kailyn Haugen. See story on page 7.

Photo by Sandra L. Medearis
MISH-MASH—City administration has asked the state Dept. of Transportation to line up two roads to simplify the intersection where traffic goes on and off the new Snake River Bridge.

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Division of Elections has yet to count 48,000 ballots
By Diana Haecker
While some results from last week’s general elections seem to be solid, according to unofficial results, the outcomes in the races for U.S. Senator and Alaska Governor are still unknown.
 

Man injured in stabbing by girlfriend

By Sandra L. Medearis

An argument about a pet ended with a woman in jail and a man flown out of town on a medevac flight for treatment.
 

City Council wants hustle on bridge improvements

By Sandra Medearis

The Council has backed the Nome Port Commission’s action asking the state to make going on and off the new Snake River Bridge more safe for motorists traveling from several directions at the end of the span meeting Seppala Drive. Nome Planning Commission backs the modifications.
 

 
 

 
 
 
 

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