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August 14, 2014

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Photo by Nikolai Ivanoff
SUMMER IN THE KIGLUAIK MOUNTAINS— A carpet of green stretches through the Grand Central valley, near Salmon Lake.

Photo by Diana Haecker
FUN AND GAMES— Tory Olanna had fun blowing bubbles at the Kegoayah Kozga Library “Fizz Boom Read” ice cream party to celebrate the end of the summer reading program. See story on page 14.
Photo by Diana Haecker
GETTING THE TOUR— Coast Guard officer Thomas Hernandez shows two young Nomeites the features of the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley, during a tour of the ship on Wednesday, August 6. The Cutter was docked at the Nome City Dock on the causeway from Monday until its departure on Thursday. Crew of the Alex Haley offered tours on the boat for the public on Tuesday and Wednesday. Here, Preston Moses and Carter Kuzuguk admire the “high-tech” speaker system on board.


Geothermal powerproject underway at Pilgrim Hot Springs
By Sandra L. Medearis
Crews are looking to get into hot water at Pilgrim Hot Springs as they continue developmental drilling to isolate a source of geothermal energy to provide heat and light to Nome utility ratepayers.

Alex Haley offers tours to Nomeites

By Diana Haecker

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley put down the gangplank to receive visitors while in port in Nome last Tuesday and Wednesday. Commanding officer Steven White invited the public during a Monday commemoration of Coast Guard Day at Old St. Joe’s.

Coast Guard still conducting boardings in Nome
Coast Guard sector Anchorageand station Valdez personnel are stillin Nome conducting at-sea boardingsof recreational and fishing vessels inthe area since July 30, 2014.



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