WE DID IT— Mitch Seavey of Sterling, Alaska, and his lead dog have a moment after
Mitch Seavey, 57, of Sterling, Alaska won the 2017 Iditarod on Tuesday afternoon in a record-breaking time of eight days, three hours, 40 minutes and 13 seconds on the trail, shattering his son Dallas’ record of eight days, 11 hours and 20 minutes
The pattern of bitter cold or super blustery weather that hampered Nome much of the winter let up just in time for this year’s field of 39 snowmachine racers to head out Saturday on the annual 200-mile, Nome-Golovin Snowmachine Race.           
OFF THEY GO— Nome-grown musher Noah Burmeister gives the thumbs-up as he leaves the ceremonial start line at the 45th running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Saturday, March 4.
Seventy-two mushers from Alaska, the Lower 48, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, England, Sweden and Norway are on their way to Nome, making their way westward on the Yukon, which reportedly received a lot of snow in recent snowstorms.
WE DID IT— Mitch Seavey of Sterling, Alaska, and his lead dog have a moment after
OFF THEY GO— Nome-grown musher Noah Burmeister gives the thumbs-up as he leaves the ceremonial start line at the 45th running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Saturday, March 4.
WE DID IT— Mitch Seavey of Sterling, Alaska, and his lead dog have a moment after
Mitch Seavey, 57, of Sterling, Alaska won the 2017 Iditarod on Tuesday afternoon in a record-breaking time of eight days, three hours, 40 minutes and 13 seconds on the trail, shattering his son Dallas’ record of eight days, 11 hours and 20 minutes,...
Dallas Seavey arrived in Koyuk on Monday at 10:56 a.m, and left the checkpoint eight minutes later.
“Those top, maybe up to 20 mushers used to stop at my house,” said Grace Morris while looking out over Norton Bay as her picturesque, spruce-filled hometown of Koyuk began welcoming the first wave of 2017 Iditarod mushers on Monday.   Morris...
The pattern of bitter cold or super blustery weather that hampered Nome much of the winter let up just in time for this year’s field of 39 snowmachine racers to head out Saturday on the annual 200-mile, Nome-Golovin Snowmachine Race.            The...
OFF THEY GO— Nome-grown musher Noah Burmeister gives the thumbs-up as he leaves the ceremonial start line at the 45th running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Saturday, March 4.
Seventy-two mushers from Alaska, the Lower 48, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, England, Sweden and Norway are on their way to Nome, making their way westward on the Yukon, which reportedly received a lot of snow in recent snowstorms. As the...

Obituaries

Gus Kasgnoc
Augustine “Gus” Kalusuc Kasgnoc, 76, of Waddell, Arizona, originally from Nome, Alaska, passed away on December 27, 2016, in Goodyear, Arizona. “Gus” graduated from Copper...

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