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Race updates: Yukon Quest and Tustumena 200 Twenty-six mushers crossed the Yukon Quest start line in downtown Whitehorse this weekend and are now racing toward Fairbanks in the 30th annual running of 1,000-mile dog-sled race.February 3, 2013
Polar bear memories from Barrow Former Barrow journalist Earl Finkler recalls what it was like to live in an Arctic town where polar bears and people sometimes share the same ground.February 3, 2013
Aspen Institute seeks young Alaska Natives for leadership program With its Champions for Change program, the Aspen Institute's Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) is inviting young Alaska Natives to submit their stories of leadership and service.February 3, 2013
Explosion rocks Fairbanks, investigation under way Alaska State Troopers are investigating an explosion in the Chena Pump area of Fairbanks that blew out windows and rattled nearby homes Saturday.February 3, 2013
Things go badly amiss at Downton Abbey. Robert and Cora are not speaking. The servants are shunning Matthew’s mother, Isobel. And Matthew and Robert have fallen out. Bates takes a gamble.
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Alaska GOP ex-chairman elect questioned about alleged disability scam Why did an Alaska judge slap Russ Millette with a $55,000 judgment this past week? Well, it appears a jury concluded Millette was trying to game the system.February 2, 2013
Enrollment for faster security screening comes to Anchorage's international airport For $100 and submission to a personal interview -- and with your fingerprints on record -- Alaskans can now apply for access to quicker TSA security screening at airports across the U.S.February 2, 2013
What role should environmental policy play in warming Arctic? Stewards of environmental policy from Arctic nations will meet Tuesday in Sweden to reflect on how two decades of peace and prosperity at the top of the globe have led to industrialization in previously protected ecosystems.February 2, 2013
Trawler ban for Unalaska Bay moves ahead Pollock fleet cries foul, small boats and subsistence users applaud advisory vote for exclusion.February 2, 2013