MEMORABILIA—The Richard Foster family donated many items for display at the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum which resides in a building named after the late Alaska state representative.
The Nome Museum and Library Commission has undertaken to open the Richard Foster Building with a flourish.
GRATUITY— Nome-Beltz senior volleyball player Megan Contreras delivers a well-placed tip against Kotzebue on Saturday morning. The Nanooks opened their home schedule last weekend with a split in their pair of games against the Huskies.
If the Lady Nanooks 4-3 overall set record could have determined the victor of the volleyball matches last weekend in the Nome-Beltz gym, then the home team would have been declared the champs over visiting Kotzebue.
HARVESTING— Dan Martinson, Anahma Shannon and Tasha Lee harvested the first crops at Pilgrim Hot Springs on Friday, Sept. 16.
The snowcapped Kigluaik mountains towered over the still lush green grass and golden leaves clinging to cottonwood trees as a small group of three caretakers began their joyous task of harvesting the first test crops at Pilgrim Hot Springs last Fr
MEMORABILIA—The Richard Foster family donated many items for display at the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum which resides in a building named after the late Alaska state representative.
GRATUITY— Nome-Beltz senior volleyball player Megan Contreras delivers a well-placed tip against Kotzebue on Saturday morning. The Nanooks opened their home schedule last weekend with a split in their pair of games against the Huskies.
HARVESTING— Dan Martinson, Anahma Shannon and Tasha Lee harvested the first crops at Pilgrim Hot Springs on Friday, Sept. 16.
A former Bering Strait School District employee who worked in Wales and Koyuk was arrested last week and charged with four counts of sexual abuse of a minor, class B felonies, and three counts of harassment, class B misdemeanors, of at least seven...
MEMORABILIA—The Richard Foster family donated many items for display at the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum which resides in a building named after the late Alaska state representative.
The Nome Museum and Library Commission has undertaken to open the Richard Foster Building with a flourish. The facility at the end of Steadman Street contains the Kegoaya Kozga Library, the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum and the Katirvik Cultural...
GRATUITY— Nome-Beltz senior volleyball player Megan Contreras delivers a well-placed tip against Kotzebue on Saturday morning. The Nanooks opened their home schedule last weekend with a split in their pair of games against the Huskies.
If the Lady Nanooks 4-3 overall set record could have determined the victor of the volleyball matches last weekend in the Nome-Beltz gym, then the home team would have been declared the champs over visiting Kotzebue. The Nome girls, however, had to...
HARVESTING— Dan Martinson, Anahma Shannon and Tasha Lee harvested the first crops at Pilgrim Hot Springs on Friday, Sept. 16.
The snowcapped Kigluaik mountains towered over the still lush green grass and golden leaves clinging to cottonwood trees as a small group of three caretakers began their joyous task of harvesting the first test crops at Pilgrim Hot Springs last...

Obituaries

Elsie Kay (Karmun) McConnell Umailaaq
Elsie Kay (Karmun) McConnell was born on October 21, 1953, in Deering, Alaska to Dan and Ethel Karmun.  Elsie loved her family immensely. She loved to oonga her grandkids, nieces and nephews...

Education

In a regular meeting on September 13, the Nome School Board gathered in the Nome Elementary School Library to discuss new board policies, address concerns and hear reports from school officials.

The Nome Nugget

PO Box 610
Nome, Alaska 99762
USA

Phone: (907) 443-5235
Fax: (907) 443-5112

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