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After studying the satellite imagery of the area, I identified a 100-mile ridge that looked bikeable. Of course, most things look bikeable from outer space. [Read More]
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As a young boy, Peter Demoski, of Nulato, was sent to a boarding school at the mission in Holy Cross, where he saw his traditional... [Read More]
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A year ago, a drunken snowmachiner harassed both Iditarod mushers, killing one dog and injuring others. [Read More]
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Skies still blue along the Yukon River, temperatures are mild. [Read More]
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Mitch Seavey, Wade Marrs and Dallas Seavey each spent one minute in the Yukon River village Saturday, with Mitch Seavey leading the way into the... [Read More]
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Mitch Seavey still holds a lead in Iditarod 45 as the first person in to Nulato. He's being chased by the rest of the field,... [Read More]
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One dog involved in the attack last year near Nulato is back on the trail this year, and even leading his team. [Read More]
A 27-year-old man has been sentenced after pleading guilty to charges connected with a snowmobile attack on two mushers competing in Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled... [Read More]
A 27-year-old Nulato man was sentenced to serve a six-month imprisonment term Monday for his attack on two Iditarod mushers last March. [Read More]
The last anyone heard of Robert Kennicott was his cheerful hum as he strolled into the Alaskan wilderness early on the morning of May 13,... [Read More]
State and federal agencies, in partnership with community groups, are working to help everyone — schoolkids to elders — prevent disaster and breathe easier in... [Read More]
The accusation comes as more potentially bad news for Nulato... [Read More]
Alaska authorities are investigating a third unwelcome encounter during this year's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race after a female musher said two men groped her... [Read More]
Iditarod Rookie Sarah Stokey of Seward was allegedly "grabbed inappropriately" while mushing from Galena to Nulato, the same stretch of trail where two top Iditarod contenders were... [Read More]
Iditarod Rookie Sarah Stokey of Seward was allegedly "grabbed inappropriately" while mushing from Galena to Nulato, the same stretch of trail where two top Iditarod contenders were... [Read More]
Rookie Iditarod musher Sarah Stokey was reportedly grabbed inappropriately by two men on snowmachines while on the trail before reaching Nulato. [Read More]
At the Iditarod banquet in Nome Sunday night, mushers, fans, and race officials celebrated the 44th running of the Last Great Race. Before they announced... [Read More]
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