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Warm temperatures and rain dissolved much of ski area’s snowpack, but cold and snow in forecast.
I like to live where there are seasonal changes in weather and natural history activity, but sometimes those changes, including the most recent conditions, just… Continue reading
“Worst weather we’ve had in 10 years” just means burning off more calories.
With mild temperatures and ample snow, much of Alaska is now primed for cross-country skiing. It’s a sport for all ages, made possible by friction.… Continue reading
I have fumbled for years attempting to put into words what the outdoor world means to me and succeed only in doing it well enough… Continue reading
Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kale loses 3-1 on Saturday after 4-3 win Friday
Participants finish looking like stars — 27 of them — after completing that many laps around track.
Former college All-American to spend holidays training intensely for season that starts in February.
Longtime Glacier Swim Club teammates will compete collegiately.
“I’ve never seen such unity against a policy,” local school member says after statewide conference.
New ultra runner hits new personal best.
Lifelong Juneau coach, mentor, educator and friend passes.
Strong rallies by Falcons keep match close before decisive fourth set.
Eighth-ranked Falcons will face either top-ranked Wasilla or second-ranked Dimond.
While we were sleeping, they were out there. Two red foxes, a male and female, pawing into spring snow on a hillside. The foxes had… Continue reading
The buck raked a small cedar tree glazed in frost, swollen neck twisting the antlers around the brutalized trunk. I reached behind me to get… Continue reading
Falcons begin quest for state title Thursday; JDHS plays Ketchikan tough in elimination game.
Crimson Bears girls win title, Falcons girls place second at ASAA Swim & Dive State Championships.
Two-day ASAA Swim Dive State Championships start Friday at Dimond Park Aquatic Center.
One hundred years ago, a group of men sailed to the northern coast of Alaska to find a land mass rumored to protrude from the… Continue reading