Ben Matheson

KNOM

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News reporter with KNOM radio based in Nome, Alaska

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It's been a dark and stormy winter in Nome, Alaska, and a Russian oil tanker is being led through the Bering Sea by the  US Coast Guard 's only operative ice-breaker built for the…

Russian Oil Tanker Slowly Makes Its Way through Alaskan Ice

It's been a dark and stormy winter in Nome, Alaska, and a Russian oil tanker is being led through the Bering Sea by the US Coast Guard 's only operative ice-breaker built for the…

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