What if someone came up with a plan to give dipnetters a sometimes better alternative to the salmon dipnet madness at the mouth of the Kenai River and almost no one seemed […]
At the end of the Iditarod Trail in Nome late Friday night, there was no money, no fame, no real glory for 61-year-old Tim Hewitt, only the personal satisfaction in doing […]
New Alaska halibut fishing regulations are out, and more than a few anglers in the state’s most populous reason are sure to be considering whether they should buy a boat or get […]
A human Iditarod record?
UPDATE as of 11 a.m.Friday: Heavy winds appeared to be pounding Tim Hewitt as he dropped out of the Topkok Hills and down onto the beaches along Safety Sound only about […]
Iditarod’s village problems
Part II of a two-part series: Part I examined the circumstances behind collisions involving dog-loving Nulato snowmachiner rider Arnold Demoski and two Iditarod dog teams — incidents that left two mushers shaken, […]
A difficult trail shared by all
Part 1 of a 2 part series When snowmachine driver Arnold Demoski says the collision that killed one dog and seriously injured others in the team of Iditarod musher Jeff King in […]
Todd Palin’s broken bones
After decades spent racing snowmachines with a variety of injuries but none serious, former Iron Dog champion Todd Palin today finds himself in an Alaska hospital the victim of a body-smashing crash […]
In case you missed it, People for the Ethical Treatment of animals jumped on the tragedy suffered by four-time Iditarod champ Jeff King on Saturday to note his dead dog and proclaim […]
Iditarod dog-death update
^ Arnold Demoski. Photo via Facebook. The Nulato, Alaska snowmachine driver alleged to have terrorized two mushers in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and killed a dog by running it over […]
One dog is dead and others are injured as the result of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race’s worst nightmare come true.