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Ceremonial start kicks off 42nd Iditarod

Ceremonial start kicks off 42nd IditarodThis year’s race includes six former champions and at least 20 mushers vying for a top-10 finish.

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi Paralympics

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi ParalympicsThe U.S. Olympic Committee says NBC network plans 50 hours of television coverage of the Paralympics between March 7 and March 16

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this week

Aurora, all-comers races featured at Eaglecrest this weekAnother beautiful weekend is in the forecast

Mighty Mites take over the mountain

Mighty Mites take over the mountainYoungsters learn the fundamentals for a lifelong sport.

Slideshow: Juneau skating club competes at Treadwell

Slideshow: Juneau skating club competes at TreadwellAlready missing the figure skating from the Olympics? Juneau had its own figure skating competition this past weekend.

Spot Check: Skate to the Heart

Spot Check: Skate to the HeartAdmit it - you've secretly fantasized about being a rollergirl, or possibly just dating one. The skates, the glitter, the fishnets... what more could you want?

Iditarod to start in Willow, not Fairbanks

Iditarod to start in Willow, not FairbanksThe Iditarod Trail Committee had been weighing moving the race start to Fairbanks in the last week because of low snow and icy conditions on the 65 miles of trail between Willow and Skwentna.

Juneau’s Hilary Lindh reflects on Olympic experiences

Juneau’s Hilary Lindh reflects on Olympic experiences Lindh won a silver medal in the Albertville Olympics in 1992

‘Typical winter’ returns to Juneau

‘Typical winter’ returns to JuneauEaglecrest Ski Area managers are ecstatic about the latest snowfall

Kikkan Randall finishes out of medals in Olympic skate sprint

The Anchorage skier failed to medal in the Olympic skate sprint in Sochi- an event many thought she would win.