From the GM’s Desk (January 2018)

Sunset over the snow and ice of Nome’s winter shoreline.

“You make it possible for families in Western Alaska to strengthen bonds and deepen connections across generations. You are the reason why the voices and stories of elders and youth are being heard. Thanks to you, the sharing of faith, culture, and wisdom will continue to flourish for years to come. Through the intercession of St. Therese, we pray your new year continues to blossom with joy and deepening of relationships with your family and friends.”

In gratitude,
Margaret DeMaioribus, General Manager

Image at top: a recent, winter sunset over the Bering Sea, seen from the Nome shoreline. Photo: Karen Trop, KNOM.

1 Comment

  1. Sean Brennan on January 5, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    The Buffalo News reports that former KNOM Radio volunteer, Michael J. Dodman is now the USA’s Ambassador to Mauritania in Africa. “A year spent 143 miles south of the Arctic Circle convinced him to spend his life serving his country in exotic places.” January 4 article.