Out of 2,662 eligible voters registered to vote in Nome, only 492, or 18.48 percent, made it to Old St. Joe’s last week to cast their ballots for one mayor, two council members, two Nome Joint Utilities Board seats and two School Board seats.
RESEARCH BIOLOGIST—Lyle Brit Ph.D is lead scientist in a Bering Sea bottom trawl survey program. He will appear at a Strait Science presentation of the summer’s findings in November.
Preliminary results of NOAA bottom trawl surveys in the Bering Sea say that similar surveys in the record warm waters of the Bering Sea need to be repeated next summer, according to fisheries research biologist Lyle Brit.
The Nome Common Council met in a special meeting Monday evening with the stated agenda purpose to vote themselves into executive session to discuss issues with the Nome Police Dept.
STATE XC CHAMPIONSHIPS— Nome Nanook Ava Earthman finished last Saturday’s State XC Championships in 45th place with a time of 24:20.2, at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.
BSSD runners beat personal records at State XC Championships By Brendan Ellis, BSSD Student Activities Director
NPD Chief Bob Estes resigned.
According to a press release from John K. Handeland, Interim City Manager, Nome Police Chief Bob Estes has resigned.
Glenn Steckmann
The Nome Common Council came out of executive session at a special meeting Sept. 30 and voted unanimously to offer Nome’s city manager position to Glenn Steckman of Reading, Pa.
RESEARCH BIOLOGIST—Lyle Brit Ph.D is lead scientist in a Bering Sea bottom trawl survey program. He will appear at a Strait Science presentation of the summer’s findings in November.
STATE XC CHAMPIONSHIPS— Nome Nanook Ava Earthman finished last Saturday’s State XC Championships in 45th place with a time of 24:20.2, at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.
NPD Chief Bob Estes resigned.
Glenn Steckmann
NPD Chief Bob Estes resigned.
According to a press release from John K. Handeland, Interim City Manager, Nome Police Chief Bob Estes has resigned. Estes will continue to lead the police department for up to 90 days in accordance with his contract, the press release says. The...
Out of 2,662 eligible voters registered to vote in Nome, only 492, or 18.48 percent, made it to Old St. Joe’s last week to cast their ballots for one mayor, two council members, two Nome Joint Utilities Board seats and two School Board seats. The...
RESEARCH BIOLOGIST—Lyle Brit Ph.D is lead scientist in a Bering Sea bottom trawl survey program. He will appear at a Strait Science presentation of the summer’s findings in November.
Preliminary results of NOAA bottom trawl surveys in the Bering Sea say that similar surveys in the record warm waters of the Bering Sea need to be repeated next summer, according to fisheries research biologist Lyle Brit. Unless hell freezes over,...
The Nome Common Council met in a special meeting Monday evening with the stated agenda purpose to vote themselves into executive session to discuss issues with the Nome Police Dept. However, before going into the closed meeting, the Council...
STATE XC CHAMPIONSHIPS— Nome Nanook Ava Earthman finished last Saturday’s State XC Championships in 45th place with a time of 24:20.2, at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.
BSSD runners beat personal records at State XC Championships By Brendan Ellis, BSSD Student Activities Director Strong winds from a fall storm blew through the region over the weekend, but the weather held off long enough to get all six qualified...
The Nome Common Council conducted a special meeting Sept. 30 to hold executive sessions closed to the public on two issues: Selection of a new city manager and another session on a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union, Alaska demanding $...
Glenn Steckmann
The Nome Common Council came out of executive session at a special meeting Sept. 30 and voted unanimously to offer Nome’s city manager position to Glenn Steckman of Reading, Pa. Steckman is one of three applicants, which included John Handeland,...
City Clerk Bryant Hammond tallies the votes in last Tuesday's municipal election.
Out of 2,662 eligible voters registered to vote in Nome, only 492, or 18.48 percent, made it to Old St. Joe’s on Tuesday to cast their ballots for one mayor, two council members, two Nome Joint Utilties Board seats and two School Board seats. The...
STUDENTS DEMAND ACTION— Students went on strike to draw attention to their concerns related to the climate crisis last Friday
A group of students held a school strike for climate action on Friday in weather conditions less than ideal for an outdoor demonstration. To get out of the wind, the students positioned themselves at the Anvil City Square school bus stop and held...

Obituaries

Ray Mocan
Raymond Robert Mocan, 67, passed away on September 24, 2019 surrounded by his family at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at Settlers...

Education

PERCUSSION— U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos enjoyed drumming during her visit to NACTEC in Nome last week. She said she was a percussionist herself.

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos visited Nome on Wednesday, August 28 as part of her first official visit to Alaska.

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