Posts Tagged ‘stream’
Rain, fish, boats, and Rolland!
Summer storms continue to dump lots of rain, and some streams and rivers are swollen with water and fish. We have seen wonderful examples of folks sharing their catch with elders and families who really savor these fresh food staples. Recently, KNOM opened its doors to the Coast Guard to inform our listeners about voluntary…Read More
Fish and wildlife reports, and help from a KNOM alumnus
Fish are moving upriver, muskoxen are roaming the tundra, and bears are perched at the edge of streams looking for their next meal. Summer in bush Alaska means wildlife and fish reports on KNOM will keep everyone informed and safe. As summer progresses, our daily high temperatures are typically about 50 degrees, and we have been…Read More
Summercise comes to KNOM, and a new challenge pledge for our studio construction
The days grow longer and, slowly, the temperatures are rising! The remainders of ice and snow are melting away into the ponds and streams. Alongside the warmth of summer, Nome’s Summercise has returned.Read More