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Vigils in dozens of cities Saturday evening for 100 sled dogs slain in British Columbia after the Olympics simply because they were no longer needed should create a dialogue about animal cruelty, an organizer said. "Canada's laws are woefully
Last Modified: April 18th, 2011 10:48 PM When 23-year-old Pete Kaiser mushed out of the Kotzebue fog Sunday morning to capture the Kobuk 440 sled dog race, his victory in mushing's season finale marked a coronation as much as a conclusion.
Drunk in public A male wearing all black and carrying a backpack was dancing and stumbling around in the parking lot...Injury A 5-year-old female had her finger caught in a car door and was bleeding...Suspicious person A male followed the reporter to
The Oklahoman In 1925 a diphtheria epidemic threatened Nome, Alaska, especially the Eskimo children...After the serum was shipped 298 miles by train, 20 mushers and more than 100 dogs relayed it the 674 miles from Nenana to Nome. Tabitha Binder was a
Subzero winters and brutal snowstorms are nothing new to him. Still, none of that could prepare him for the conditions he faces as a musher a professional dog sled racer. When he races in Canada, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Alaska or Russia,
On March 10, the day before the Community School Auction, Herbst sped with his dog team into the ghost town of Iditarod, the halfway point in the 2011 race. "He was in first," said Maria Gerhardt, an auction organizer and mother of two Community
On the one year anniversary of the day 100 sled dogs, owned by Outdoor Adventures, were killed in Whistler groups in B.C. are planning to hold rallies Saturday to lobby the federal government to update its 100 years old animal protection legislation.
Targeting voters Re Conservatives Keep Focus On Immigrants (April 7): According to Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, a Canadian is a Canadian, and therefore the Liberals won't pander to ethnic and cultural communities. Yet, according to MP Justin
A media advisory was just sent out from the officer of the new Minister of Agriculture, Don McRae, announcing both himself, Premier Christy Clark and the head of the tak force Terry Lake will be on hand to explain how government plans to "take steps
It commemorates the time in 1925 when dogsleds were the only way to get lifesaving medicine to Nome, which was being ravaged by a diphtheria epidemic...Since 2000, some hardy souls have chosen to run, bike or ski the dogsled route. One of them is