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Dear Friend… (June 2022)

Scripture reminds us that in order to enter heaven, we must become like children. Children are pure, embrace simplicity and recognize, in awe, the beauty of the world. They depend on their parents just as we should depend on God the Father. New life reminds us of what we were made to be. In Western […]

Local youth thrive at NYO

Nome athletes set records at the Native Youth Olympic Games this year. Nome’s Parker Kenick won a medal for the One Hand Reach and broke the records for the high school boys’ One and Two Foot High Kicks. Teague Green Johnson medalled in the Indian Stick Pull and set new records for the Wrist Carry […]

Bookworm curriculum inspires student readers

“I have never seen my students so engaged with books,” fourth grade teacher Krista Marvin said. At Nome Elementary School, children involved in the Bookworms program are reading whole books, rather than just excerpts. Teachers hope this will inspire children to love reading. “I don’t know if it is because they have an actual, entire […]

Henry Ivanoff Sr. remembered for leadership and dedicated service

A strong local leader, Henry Ivanoff Sr. of Unalakleet, lived 78 years. He left a legacy of service to the people of Western Alaska. His son, Henry Ivanoff Jr., admired his work ethic. “He was a hard worker. … When he was younger, his father would put him to work around the house, you know, […]

Students paint home across school wall

“We chose to do a whole landscape. It’s got the ocean on one side, fades into mountains with fireweed, salmon in the water, birds in the sky and a sunset. So we’ve got all of these elements that we see around town,” Nome-Beltz Middle High School student Jenae Matson said. Seniors at Nome’s high school […]