Alaska Sports News

Topsham teen mushes into Junior Iditarod Alaskan dogsled race

While many children will be busy building snowmen and drinking hot cocoa this winter, Topsham dogsled enthusiast Tara Crossman, 16, will fulfill her dream of competing in a pair of elite Alaskan dogsled races this February — the Junior Willow 100 and the Junior Iditarod.

The Mt. Ararat High School junior said her love for dogsledding started when she was 7 years old after watching the animated film “Balto,” the story of a heroic dogsledding team that delivers medicine to sick children in Nome, Alaska.

“I just g ... Read more

Soldotna to finish field house design with COVID relief fund

Voters in October approved a proposition allowing the city to incur up to $15 million in debt to build the field house

The City of Soldotna will use about $220,000 in federal COVID-19 relief funds to finish design and bid work for the So ... Read more

17 Adorable Mountain Towns Our Readers Couldn’t Get Enough

Beaches or mountains? Admittedly, having grown up in Idaho, I tend to be slightly biased toward the mountains (although I love a good beach). The majesty of America’s impressive mountain ranges has inspired and captivated us for centuries. In today ... Read more

Pushing Peaks With Cirque Series Founder Julian Carr

Professional skier, entrepreneur, and Cirque Series founder Julian Carr fell in love with mountain running in an organic, roundabout way: one-on-one time with his dog Lexie — an athletic, white Dogo Argentino, which is a pack-hunter breed with agil ... Read more

The Sports Report: In one of his last interviews, Franco Harris talks about the “The Immaculate Re

Howdy, I’m your host, Houston Mitchell. The great Pittsburgh Steelers running back Franco Harris died Wednesday, mere moments before a story Dave Bennett of The Times had written about Harris and the 50th anniversary of “The Immaculate Reception” went live on our website. Talk about eerie timing. In one of his final interviews, Harris talked about that game. The story is well worth a few minutes out of your day.

Newsletter Go beyond the scoreboard Get the latest on L.A.'s teams in the daily Sports Report newsletter. Enter ema ... Read more

10 Illinois-isms That Will Leave Non-Illinoisans Confused

As an Illinois native, I've grown up surrounded by unique phrases and slang that might sound foreign to those not from the Prairie State. From the way we refer to our beloved sports teams to the nicknames we give to our iconic landmarks, Illinois has ... Read more

Discover the Snowiest Place in Alaska

There’s no doubt about it, Alaska may just be one of the snowiest places in the entirety of the United States. However, just how snowy is it? And where is most of that snow found at? If you’re not sure of the answer to these questions, don’t wo ... Read more

Flames-Kings: Calgary Set to Face Goalie From North Pole, Al

North Pole is a small Alaskan city, near Fairbanks. It's known for its year-round Christmas decorations, including candy cane–striped street lights. Santa Claus House is a Christmas store with walls covered in children’s letters to Santa and a hu ... Read more

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Issaquah, Washington

Mayor Pauly believes that all elected officials are servant leaders for the community they represent. As electeds, it is most important that we connect with our community, work to understand the values, goals and priorities of this special community, and reflect that in all the work that we do.