IN NOME— The federal Marine Mammal Commission consisting of commissioners Michael Tillman, Daryl Boness and Frances Gulland visited Nome this week for a listening session with the public, among other meetings.
Commissioners, scientific advisors and staff from the Marine Mammal Commission, MMC for short, visited Nome earlier this week.
A third dock was added this summer to the Port of Nome causeway.
The mantle of public service rested heavy on most of the public’s Nome Common Council members evidenced by several rounds of bellyaching Monday evening, on behalf of the public.
Researchers with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration have released a report documenting for the first time detectable levels of harmful algal to
CLOSE COVER— Nanooks junior high basketball player Talia Cross works hard to stop a driving Shayla Madole of Bethel in a game at the Nome-Beltz gym on Saturday.
IN NOME— The federal Marine Mammal Commission consisting of commissioners Michael Tillman, Daryl Boness and Frances Gulland visited Nome this week for a listening session with the public, among other meetings.
A third dock was added this summer to the Port of Nome causeway.
Researchers with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration have released a report documenting for the first time detectable levels of harmful algal toxins in marine mammals from all Alaskan regions, ranging from southeast Alaska to...
ARCTIC YOUTH AMBASSADORS– Arctic Youth Ambassadors take a break from their meetings for group photo in Anchorage. During the conference, over 20 students met to discuss environmental problems in Alaska.
A select group of college and high school students met in Anchorage from January 16-18 for the annual Arctic Youth Ambassador Summit. The 22 youth ambassadors, who serve two-year terms, come from 16 communities from around Alaska. Four of the...
IN NOME— The federal Marine Mammal Commission consisting of commissioners Michael Tillman, Daryl Boness and Frances Gulland visited Nome this week for a listening session with the public, among other meetings.
Commissioners, scientific advisors and staff from the Marine Mammal Commission, MMC for short, visited Nome earlier this week. The purpose of the trip was to hear comments and concerns from local hunters regarding marine mammals. Commissioners were...
A third dock was added this summer to the Port of Nome causeway.
The mantle of public service rested heavy on most of the public’s Nome Common Council members evidenced by several rounds of bellyaching Monday evening, on behalf of the public. Still, councilman Lew Tobin and councilman Tom Sparks remained in good...
A proposal presented to the Alaska Joint Education Committee last week would transfer the state-operated boarding school Mt. Edgecumbe to the University of Alaska Anchorage. Currently a four-year high school, Mt. Edgecumbe would be converted into a...

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David O. Scott
David O. Scott, Jr. was born October 3, 1934 in Silver City, New Mexico to Phyllis (McLaughlin) and David Scott, Sr.  His early years were spent in Penasco, Taos and back to Silver City where...

Education

A proposal presented to the Alaska Joint Education Committee last week would transfer the state-operated boarding school Mt. Edgecumbe to the University of Alaska Anchorage.

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