Dean Osmar was the first dog musher from the Kenai Peninsula to ever win “The Last Great Race” in 1984 and it would be twenty years before another Peninsula musher, Mitch Seavey would be the first
Fresh off of his sixth place finish at the 2013 International Federation of Sleddog Sports (IFSS) World Championships, in North Pole, Alaska, Sterling resident John Perry, spoke to the Rotary Club
Sled dog racer Brent Sass will be featured with several other mushers, mountaineers and adventurous Alaskans on a National Geographic Channel series, “Ultimate Survival Alaska.”The show premieres M
Competing in the International Federation of Sleddog Sports Winter Worl Championships last month, Ipswich High sophomore Lily Stewart and her four dogs — Grinder, Chess, KT, and Endo — went toe-to-
Going to a Mushing School had everyone excited, and the fact that it was a beautiful March day made it that much better.
Jeff King of Denali Park won the Kobuk 440 sled dog race early this morning in Kotzebue.The race, which began April 11 in Kotzebue, is run entirely above the Arctic Circle and is notorious for its
TogoRun has a winner, and her name is Ayla.If you recall, in March we wrote about a contest for Alaskans about what makes your dog outstanding.
WE WERE ALL getting along just fine. Gunda (my alpha leader), Xare (her co-pilot), Stangl (an amorous male) and Zenzi (the blonde he kept trying to mount) were as solid as a dog sled team gets.
An Inuvik sledder took first place in the Isaac Simon Memorial dog sled race April 8.