RACING— Local musher Stephanie Johnson drives her dog team to the finish line at last weekend's Nome Kennel Club two-day sled dog race.
Charles C. Hawley
Oct. 23, 1929 — Jan. 14, 2016
RACING HARD—Nome musher Stephanie Johnson approaches the finish line at last Saturday's NKC sled dog race.
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.
CLOWNING AROUND— Jill Peters enthusiastically tells a story to the audience at the Nome Elementary Commons on Saturday night about the time she endured circus training.
A family of arson victims has filed suit seeking a minimum of $100,000 in state Superior Court, Second District, against Bering Straits Native Corp. and Kandie Allen.
Deputy Fire Marshal Jillian Roberts inspected the Richard Foster Building at 90 percent completion in December and found the new facility “good to go,” according to Greg Smith, City of Nome buildin
Morris J. Coffey was born on April 29, 1946 to Esther Tom-Liptrap in St. Michael, Alaska. He was later adopted and raised by Charlie and Maria Coffey of Stebbins, Alaska.