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NBA star and hometown hero pens “Every Shot Counts”
Largest field in Southeast history sees Crimson Bears on top
Local runner finishes more than seven minutes ahead of runner-up at Fairbanks race
A victorious 44-mile solo quest among 1,800 participants at 40th annual Skagway-to-Whitehorse race
Oh my, it’s that time again. The Equinox Marathon starts with a cannon blast on the third Saturday of September here at the University of… Continue reading
Juneau gets first win as replacement QB Hayden Aube overcomes goal-line fumbles, scores winning TD.
Nearly 60 youths flocked to building to partake in first weekend clinic since its opening.
Alaska becomes 24th state to impose such restrictions.
Last-place finish in first global competition will serve as experience entering Olympic year.
Cross-country coaches and captains share early season goals ahead of joint race with TMHS.
The 50K, 25K and 10K races were a success despite weather, race director says.
Head coach optimistic for the season despite major turnover.
Two trails at new Thunder Mountain Bike Park expected to open during coming week.
Anchorage’s Dimond West breaks away from earlier close games to win best-of-five series
88 participants brave heat, go clubbing on “fast” turf during annual Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic.
After dominating statewide tournament, team goes 0-2 at Northwest Region in California
Local leaders share personal stances ahead of decision slated for late July.
Closest-ever finish goes down to the wire as participation opened to public for first time.
The night raised approximately $13,000 to go toward the upcoming season.
Around $15,000 was raised to go toward athletes on the Special Olympics Alaska Juneau team.