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April 16, 2015

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ICE MINING— Gold miners set up their operations on the sea ice off West Beach in Nome. Per DNR regulations, ice mining must come to an end on April 15.
Photo by Keith Conger
DEFYING GRAVITY - Cameron Okbaok of Teller reached a height of 104 inches during the Canadian One Foot High Kick competition. Okbaok’s silver medal in the event helped his squad win the team title at the 30th Annual Bering Strait School District’s Native Youth Olympics meet in Brevig Mission this weekend. See story starting on page 8.

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NJUS gets mixed marks in RUBA performance review
By Sandra L. Medearis
The Nome Joint Utility System has received a report from a non-regulatory state agency that analyzes organizations to point out strengths and areas needing improvement.
 

Court denies release for Kandie Allen
By Sandra L. Medearis
Kandie Allen will remain in state lodging pending sentencing on a conviction of arson and assault.
 

Nome Public Schools brace for budget cuts
By Diana Haecker
The 29th Alaska Legislature has only one more week to hammer out a contentious Education budget before adjourning the 90-day session on April 20 and the Nome Public Schools administration and school board are bracing for the worst.
 

 

 
 

 
 
 
 

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