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A charge has been laid against Bob Fawcett, the former general manager of Whistler-based Howling Dog Tours, for causing unnecessary pain and suffering to sled dogs killed in a mass slaughter in April 2010. Fawcett's first court appearance is
Video Video Video The accused, former sled dog operator Robert T. Fawcett, will make his first court appearance May 24 in Pemberton. The culling of more than 50 huskies came to light after Mr. Fawcett filed a workers' compensation report, claiming
Submit your photos from community projects and social occasions around town in April, 2012. There are signs of spring around us -- hot dog vendors are back downtown and lake-like puddles are forming in the streets. Submit your photos from community
When Seth Sachson slips you a business card, the grin on his face tells it all. This is no ordinary business card, but a bone-shaped dog tag imprinted with Sachson's title: executive director of the Aspen Boarding Kennel and Aspen Animal Shelter...
March 07, 2012 Boston Urban Iditarod teams took over Cambridge roadways during the annual shopping-cart street race (which includes a costume contest, food drive, and bar crawl) on March 3, 2012.
Judi Nicholson of Loomis Behind the lens: Iditarod team dogs eager and excited about taking on the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail at the official start of the race in Willow, Alaska, on March 4. My husband and I were in Alaska to visit our daughter and
Joel Reichenberger Joel Reichenberger's column appears Sundays in the Steamboat Pilot & Today . Contact him at 871-4253 or e-mail jreichenberger@SteamboatToday.com ...Nothing in Alaska's seemingly endless frozen interior can be easy, and in his
Members of DeeDee Jonrowe's sled dog team step into their harnesses as they start the 2012 Iditarod Trail Race March 4, wearing pink booties...Photos courtesy of Kirstan Withers Glide woman realizes a longtime dream when she attends Alaska's 40th
When James Keller first met Dallas Seavey more than six years ago, it took all of about five minutes for him to realize Seavey was someone special. "My wife (Rosanne) and I were on our 30th anniversary...We went to a dog kennel and Dallas was our
Michael Davis, a professor at Oklahoma State University, has spent the past several years studying some of the world's most resilient athletes...In fact, he said, the only thing that seems to slow them down much is their human keepers...In particular,