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Alaska When Travis Beals was in elementary school he would dream about the Iditarod as the current standings were read aloud before the day's lessons began. Often Beals would think about the arctic adventures of Martin Buser and his team of sled dogs.
Alaska If you want to see mushers cross the finish line at the world's most famous sled dog race in March 2014, better make your reservations soon. There aren't many hotel rooms available at the end of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Nome,
00 am Published: March 21, 2013 3:00 a.m. Briefs Luers, Concordia stars earn basketball honors Staff, news services Two Fort Wayne boys basketball players were named Wednesday as Junior All-Stars by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
Alaska Changes are planned for Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race following the asphyxiation death of a dog that was buried in snow by extreme winds, organizers of the 1,000-mile race said Wednesday. Race officials said they also plan to meet with
May became separated from the rest of her team when her musher stopped after becoming entangled with another racer in the famed 1,049 mile Iditarod Trail Race. When it was realized May was missing, rescuers on foot and in a plane scoured the area
William Tron and his mother, Julie, drove the rest of their family crazy talking about the musher they were tracking in the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race across Alaska earlier this month. William Tron, 10, was one of more than 150 second,
A dog in this year's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was found dead in the snow Friday morning in the coastal town of Unalakleet, where it was waiting to be flown back to Anchorage. The 5-year-old dog named Dorado was from rookie musher Paige Drobny's
She traveled more than a hundred miles as she backtracked her way down the trail. She was spotted hanging around Rohn a couple of times last week, according to posts on Marshall's Facebook fan page. And on Wednesday morning, the caretaker at Joe
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A mere 13 minutes separated the top two mushers in Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday as they made their last major rest stop at an Inupiat Eskimo village before the final dash to the Bering Sea town of Nome. Mitch Seavey, the 2004 race