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Team will release new season schedule any day now
Holt steps away from Tsalteshi after over 25 years of driving the expansion and refinement of trails
Pandemic prompts surge in outdoor activity
Collegiate summer leagues like the ABL were hit by another potential obstacle recently.
Soldotna’s Rodriguez signs 4-fight deal with UFC
Kenai’s Thomason finishes Moab 240 Endurance Run
“We watch each day with our fingers crossed hoping there won’t be an explosion of cases.”
General manager says team has many issues to address
“We are on a tightwire between a rock and a hard place.”
Ninilchik Rodeo celebrates 60 years with events new and old.
Mountain bikes, Salmon Run Series get new formats
Wrestling devotee opens massive new training center
Alaska 20 players glad to return to sports
The U.S. Forest Service will not be allowing any recreational permits for the remainder of 2020.
The 93rd running of the race up and down the 3,022-foot mountain is rescheduled for July 4, 2021.
Twenty mushing teams took off Saturday with hopes of taking home the win in the Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race. The Tustumena 200 is a… Continue reading
I think I’m at a point where I enjoy reading about baseball more than watching it. Don’t get me wrong; I enjoy a good ballgame.… Continue reading
On Earth Day, April 20, 2013, Mike Crawford had a vision. Sunday, almost a full five years later, that vision finally became reality. The vision… Continue reading
Harris “Biz” Richardson, a bartender at the Main Street Tap and Grill, draws a cheer from the crowd gathered at the restaurant for the Superbowl… Continue reading
One piece of pumpkin pie has about 350 calories in it. The runners at the revived Soldotna Turkey Trot race earned at least that on… Continue reading