IDITAROD 2020 RED LANTERN— Kaci Murringer was the last musher of this year’s Iditarod to arrive  under the burled arch on Sunday, March 22, after 13 days, 22 hours and 29 minutes on the trail.
The 48th running of the Iditarod Trail sled dog race came to an end when musher Kaci Murringer arrived under the burled arch as the last team off the trail.
City Manager Glenn Steckman and Mayor Richard Beneville hold a press conference on Monday. KNOM's Emily Hofstaedter records.
In a press conference on Monday afternoon at the Council Chambers at City Hall, Nome City Manager Glenn Steckman an
Nome's Front Street is nearly empty, on Friday afternoon, when in "normal" years many visitors stroll down Front Street.
 The emergency resolution enacted by the Nome Common Council last week gives City Manager Glenn Steckman several ways to react
2020 Iditarod Champion Thomas Waerner
The American and Alaska flags lining Front Street in Nome were flapping busily in the 18 mph west wind when Norwegian musher Thomas Wærner became the 2020 champion of Iditarod 48.
IDITAROD 2020 RED LANTERN— Kaci Murringer was the last musher of this year’s Iditarod to arrive  under the burled arch on Sunday, March 22, after 13 days, 22 hours and 29 minutes on the trail.
City Manager Glenn Steckman and Mayor Richard Beneville hold a press conference on Monday. KNOM's Emily Hofstaedter records.
Nome's Front Street is nearly empty, on Friday afternoon, when in "normal" years many visitors stroll down Front Street.
An Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter aircrew performed a search and rescue mission for three Iditarod mushers about 25 miles east of Nome, March 20, 2020. The mushers and their dogs went through Bering Sea flood waters on the race trail and were wet and freezing. The aircrew transported two firefighter emergency medical technicians and Iditarod dog handlers to assist. The mushers were flown to Nome and transported to a local hospital. A local search and rescue team helped race dog handl
2020 Iditarod Champion Thomas Waerner
Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach addresses the Nome Common Council in an emergency meeting at Old St. Joe's on March 17, 2020.
City Manager Glenn Steckman and Mayor Richard Beneville hold a press conference on Monday. KNOM's Emily Hofstaedter records.
In a press conference on Monday afternoon at the Council Chambers at City Hall, Nome City Manager Glenn Steckman and Mayor Richard Beneville announced a series of emergency orders to combat the COVID-19 pandemic that has already at press time risen...
Nome's Front Street is nearly empty, on Friday afternoon, when in "normal" years many visitors stroll down Front Street.
 The emergency resolution enacted by the Nome Common Council last week gives City Manager Glenn Steckman several ways to react quickly to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is limited to be in effect until May 15, unless extended or rescinded by...
An Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter aircrew performed a search and rescue mission for three Iditarod mushers about 25 miles east of Nome, March 20, 2020. The mushers and their dogs went through Bering Sea flood waters on the race trail and were wet and freezing. The aircrew transported two firefighter emergency medical technicians and Iditarod dog handlers to assist. The mushers were flown to Nome and transported to a local hospital. A local search and rescue team helped race dog handl
On Friday morning, three Iditarod mushers, Matt Failor, Sean Underwood and Tom Knolmayer were rescued via Blackhawk helicopter about 25 miles shy of reaching the finish line in Nome. They scratched from the race. According to Nome Volunteer Fire...
Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach addresses the Nome Common Council in an emergency meeting at Old St. Joe's on March 17, 2020.
In an emergency meeting called to order on Tuesday evening at Old St. Joe’s, the Nome Common Council approved an emergency ordinance that gives the City Manager the authority to take necessary steps to “reduce the impact and spread of COVID-19...
IDITAROD 2020 RED LANTERN— Kaci Murringer was the last musher of this year’s Iditarod to arrive  under the burled arch on Sunday, March 22, after 13 days, 22 hours and 29 minutes on the trail.
The 48th running of the Iditarod Trail sled dog race came to an end when musher Kaci Murringer arrived under the burled arch as the last team off the trail. Murringer, of Willow, running a team of dogs out of Matt Failor’s 17th Dog Kennel,...
The Govenor has declared an order for self quarantine: Health Mandate 10.1 – International and Interstate Travel – Order for Self-Quarantine Effective 12:01 a.m. March 25, 2020: All people arriving in Alaska, whether resident, worker or visitor,...
2020 Iditarod Champion Thomas Waerner
The American and Alaska flags lining Front Street in Nome were flapping busily in the 18 mph west wind when Norwegian musher Thomas Wærner became the 2020 champion of Iditarod 48. Waerner finished the race in nine days, 10 hours and 37 minutes and...
NOME, Saturday, March 14, 2020— Precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to Nome and the region the following measures were announced:  • Iditarod: In addition to postponed Finisher’s banquet and Meet and Greet the mushers, the Iditarod is...
NOME MUSHER— Nils Hahn leaves the start line in Anchorage during the ceremonial start on Saturday.
By Julie St. Louis WILLOW– Under heavy snow showers, 57 dog mushers hit the trail Sunday afternoon for the 48th annual running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race – dubbed as the “last great race on earth.” Competitors launched from Willow about...

Obituaries

Joseph Patrick ‘Qachaq’ Anowlic
Joseph Patrick ‘Qachaq’ Anowlic was born March 1, 1949 on King Island as the second child of Margaret and Paul ‘Anowlic’ Imana.  Joe loved his youth on Ugiuvak; it was...

Education

PUBLIC MEETING—The school district presented their proposal to move sixth graders from the elementary school to Nome-Beltz Jr./Sr. High School.

Administrators of the Nome Public Schools have proposed moving sixth grade students from the Nome Elementary School to Nome-Beltz Jr./Sr.

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