Greg Knight, KNOM - Nome
Radar study reveals 1918 pandemic graves at cemetery near Nome
The study shows several anomalies consistent with previously unknown burials at Pilgrim Hot Springs, about 60 miles north of Nome.
Nome officials, artists and businesses weigh in on this year’s Iditarod
Businesses reported a feeling of strong sales and a post-COVID return to more normal business conditions, according to City Manager Glenn Steckman.
U.S. Coast Guard shares Arctic pollution response plan
One of the scenarios the U.S. plans and trains for is an oil spill off the Seward Peninsula, potentially involving Russian vessels, that reaches Alaska shores.
BSNC to donate bottled water to Koyuk amid infrastructure issues
The Bering Strait Native Corporation is providing 100 cases of drinking water to Koyuk after a recent freeze affected homes and other buildings.
Nome woman recovering after serious snowmachine crash
A GoFundMe account has been set up for Ivory Okleasik, who crashed during the annual Nome-Golovin snowmachine race on March 12.
Anchorage man wins 2023 Iditarod Trail Invitational
Miron Golfman crossed the finish line of the Iditarod Trail Invitational in downtown Nome at 12:51 p.m. Wednesday.
One less hotel leaves Nome with fewer Iditarod beds
Space could be short for visitors to the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race's finish in Nome.
Norton Sound crabbers become catcher-sellers to offload winter harvest
With no local buyer to purchase Norton Sound red king crab this winter, commercial fishermen are getting creative to sell their catch.