King Island Community Members Hope To Return To Bering Sea Island

It’s been more than 50 years since there were year-round permanent residents on King Island. And today, most King Island community members who now live in Nome, Fairbanks or Anchorage have never been to their homeland. But one person is raising money to bring members of her community to the island in the Bering Sea.

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Laureli Kinneen is a reporter at KNOM in Nome.

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