Consistency is an emerging theme amongst dog teams moving along the Yukon Quest trail. A number of teams are sticking to the race plans they laid out from the beginning. Still, other mushers are having trouble keeping an even pace.
Forty young ski racers from Juneau, Anchorage and Fairbanks competed at Eaglecrest Ski Area over the weekend in the first statewide race series of the season.
Organizers of the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race say it’s a bit premature to panic about too little snow on the trail.
Jet skis, water skis and wake boards would not be allowed on Juneau’s Auke Lake, under a proposal to limit watercraft to 10 horsepower on … more
Four-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey is among 23 competitors heading to Eagle in a new sled dog race that pays tribute to a chief of Eagle Village who died earlier this year.
Four Juneau youth are the winners of this years’ Hilary Lindh Scholarships at Eaglecrest. The program gives the students a pass to the city-owned ski … more
Dean Williams seldom missed a walk downtown and always had a smile…
Nearly 500 people expected at meet at Dimond Park Aquatic Center in the Mendenhall Valley.
Juneau’s weather pattern this week will help Eaglecrest open the Black Bear and Hooter chair lifts on Friday as well as Porcupine chair.
Until this … more
Juneau’s winter could be dry and cold – but not much snow, according to the National Weather Service