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2018 XC Nome Invitational, held at Nome-Beltz on Friday, September 7.  ... [Read More]
In addition to the stories on the home page, these articles are in this week's Nugget: OP-Ed: Alaska's salmon future is at stake, By... [Read More]
The Nome Common Council introduced a measure for first reading Monday night to set the hours of sales and amounts of liquor purchases in downtown... [Read More]
Cross-country runners from Nome-Beltz, Kotzebue, Unalakleet and Savoonga ran for glory and for health Friday evening on the Nome cross-country course. Racers competed in elementary,... [Read More]
Nome’s municipal elections are scheduled for October 2 and Sept. 11 marked the deadline for folks to file for candidacy. Up for election are... [Read More]
The Venta Maersk churned through the Bering Strait Sept. 8 on an Asia to Europe route, the first large ice-class container vessel to test the... [Read More]
The “golden fleece” left behind by shedding musk oxen around Nome is a prized commodity that has sparked the interest of knitters in Nome for... [Read More]
A woman who is in the employ of the Nome Police Department as a dispatcher has come forward with a first hand account of having... [Read More]
Public drunkenness in Nome is like discussing the weather: Many are talking about it but cannot do anything about it, they say. There is abundant... [Read More]
Dean Williams, Alaska’s Commissioner of Corrections, was in Nome Aug. 28 and 29 to discuss the problem of the reentry of prisoners into their communities.... [Read More]
  The Rotary Club’s 28th Annual Duck Race was run under good conditions and the winning duck demonstrated that sometimes it’s better to make... [Read More]
Senator Lisa Murkowski chaired a field hearing of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee in Savoonga last Saturday to hear about inadequate housing, overcrowding and homelessness... [Read More]
The Nome Common Council approved extensions of top administrative contracts at its regular meeting Monday evening. However, these unanimous resolutions spell changes coming soon... [Read More]
If rain is good for a garden then a rainy day is perfect for a garden tour. The Nome Garden Tour marched out into the... [Read More]
Fifty-nine sled dogs housed at a communal dog yard in Nome were turned loose by unknown persons in the early morning hours of Saturday, August... [Read More]
Selection of a replacement for Nome’s retiring Police Chief John Papasodora is coming to a wrap-up, according to Tom Moran, city manager and top hiring... [Read More]
A town hall meeting held Saturday at Old St. Joe’s to discuss ways to improve public safety in Nome raised far more questions than it... [Read More]
The Nanook cross-country running team put in a long day Saturday raising funds for the upcoming season. For the pledge run the young athletes get... [Read More]
For many, the first week of school means butterflies in the stomach, sharp new pencils, high expectations and uncontainable excitement. But for Nome Public Schools... [Read More]
Wayne John Tobuk was born in Nome, Alaska on February 9, 1952 to Roy and Catherine Tobuk; he joined his older brother and sister, Roy... [Read More]