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The Nome Common Council introduced an ordinance amending and adding another section to City laws a requirement that owners and managers of vacant properties register them with the City. The measure...
Fluoride, which has been shut off on weekends due to a shortage of personnel will begin to flow into drinking water seven days a week. NJUS has received and installed a device to continuously monitor...
FIELD OF BLUE—Mayor Richard Beneville and Director Amy Phillips-Chan of Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum show an antique Alaska flag that Beneville brought to the April 20 meeting of the Nome Museum and Library Commission.
A panel that serves the preservation of history and culture in Nome met recently to note milestones along the way to opening the Richard Foster Building to community use. The Museum and Library...
Superior Court Judge Ben Esch at his desk in Nome shortly before retiring in January 2013.
April 27, 2016 JUNEAU – Governor Bill Walker today ordered all Alaska flags to be lowered in honor of Retired Superior Court Judge Ben Esch, who passed away on Monday after a courageous battle with...
During a regular meeting of the Local Emergency Planning Committee last week, the lack of communication from state and federal offices was brought up as Nome gets ready to host several drills related...
NORTHWEST CAMPUS— Looming budget cuts could affect NWC in Nome.
The University of Alaska may experience a $50 million budget reduction for Fiscal Year 2017. UA relies on the state for nearly a third of its total revenue, but legislators are grappling with ways to...
With the task still ahead to pass the operating and capital budget, the 29th Alaska Legislature went beyond its 90-day session that ended on Sunday. As Legislators go into overtime – an additional 31...
Last week, Trudy Sobocienski, the former CEO of the Holy Cross Native Corporation Deloycheet, Inc., stood a civil trial in Anchorage, accused of fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, breach of fiduciary...
WHITE ALICE— The Common Council voted to acquire the White Alice site on top of Anvil Mountain.
For those looking for a landmark on the way home by sea, tundra and air, and the comfort of things the “way they used to be,” White Alice towers at Anvil Mountain will likely stay in the picture. The...
CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION— A group of children and their parents walked down Front Street in a parade in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month on Friday, April 8.
Nome Eskimo Community held a tomcod derby, Kawerak held an art contest, Norton Sound Health Corporation held an open house. While none of these events would appear to be connected, they all supported...

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