IRON DOGS— Iron Dog rider Mike Morgan roars out the gate with team mate Chris Olds following, on Sunday, Feb. 18 as the Iron Dog snowmobile race started in Big Lake
For the first time ever the Iron Dog snow machine race declared an unscheduled 24-hour layover.
DIGGING OUT— After a series of snow storms, city workers are busy plowing roads.
It seems like digging out from snow and some more snow is all Nomeites do this winter.
IRON DOGS— Iron Dog rider Mike Morgan roars out the gate with team mate Chris Olds following, on Sunday, Feb. 18 as the Iron Dog snowmobile race started in Big Lake
DIGGING OUT— After a series of snow storms, city workers are busy plowing roads.
IRON DOGS— Iron Dog rider Mike Morgan roars out the gate with team mate Chris Olds following, on Sunday, Feb. 18 as the Iron Dog snowmobile race started in Big Lake
For the first time ever the Iron Dog snow machine race declared an unscheduled 24-hour layover. Riders were ready to leave Unalakleet early Tuesday morning but the problem of high water on Norton Sound and Golovnin Bay motivated officials to put off...
The Nome Port Commission has approved this season’s port tariff schedule with no across-the-board rate increase. However, during the meeting, after a brisk debate on whether there should be a three-percent, four-percent, or five-percent-raise in...
DIGGING OUT— After a series of snow storms, city workers are busy plowing roads.
It seems like digging out from snow and some more snow is all Nomeites do this winter. But according to National Weather Service meteorological technician Bob TenEyck in Nome, the climatological fact is that this winter marks a return to what is...

Obituaries

Richard Rusk
Richard Rusk of Athens, Ga, passed away January 28, 2018. Rich was born in Washington, DC to Dean and Virginia Rusk, and raised in both DC and Scarsdale, NY. He attended Woodrow Wilson High School,...

Education

RECORDING HISTORY - Jenae Matson stands in Colleen Johnson’s classroom at Anvil City Science Academy. Students in Mrs. Johnson’s Social Studies class completed a project recording interviews with community members recalling important events or topics in Nome’s history. Matson interviewed her father, Tony Matson, regarding the "Friendship Flight” of 1988 when Alaska Airlines flew to Provideniya, Russia.

Starting last November, students at Anvil City Science Academy in Nome spent six weeks working on history projects in Mrs. Colleen Johnson’s Social Studies class.

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