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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...
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...
City hall was quiet on Tuesday afternoon, as the deadline to file for candidacy for several municipal boards and council seats approached.   By filing deadline at 5 o’clock, the folder containing...
The Nome Common Council Monday evening voted to change zoning around the old hospital to make the site at Fifth Avenue and Bering Street more attractive to prospective buyers. Late last month, Sen....
STOLEN AND CRASHED— The black city owned truck was stolen and crashed on mile 7 of the Beam Road.
City of Nome Police and the State Troopers are looking for a car thief or thieves who stole a City of Nome truck from City Manager Tom Moran’s driveway in the night between Monday night around 10 p.m...
People who went before the city planners seeking to use their property to suit themselves found smooth sailing in the panel’s Aug. 30 meeting. Some commissioners voiced a willingness to be flexible...
On Tuesday, a bi-partisan  State Ballot Review Board completed its final review of all election materials and certified the primary election results in Juneau, according to the Division of Elections...
Six attorneys have submitted their applications to fill the Nome Superior Court Judge vacancy left when current Judge Timothy Dooley decided to not stand for retention.   The Alaska Judicial Council...
HIGH AND DRY—Nome’s morgue perched on the hill at Nome Municipal Cemetery at Belmont Point needs running water, trash removal, supplies and housekeeping, families say.
Families of people who die in the Nome area will no longer have to take potluck on the condition of the city’s morgue when they need to prepare the loved one for burial. Norton Sound Health Corp....
ANNUAL GARDEN TOUR— A light drizzle didn’t keep garden enthusiasts from participating in the annual Garden Tour that took place last Saturday, August 27. Here, garden connoisseurs admire the flowers and poplar trees of Chuck and Peggy Fagerstrom.
The annual Nome Garden Tour, organized by Cheryl Thompson and Angela Hansen, took place on Saturday, August 27. The tour started in front of Old St. Joe’s Hall at Anvil City Square at 1p.m. and ended...

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