Bethel resident Nate DeHaan took the next logical step in becoming a ninja this week. The local pilot and dog musher made it through a qualifying round Monday of “American Ninja Warrior,” a popular fitness competition on NBC.
Professional basketball player, Carlos Boozer talks with KCAW’s Cameron Clark about his upcoming basketball camp in Juneau. It will be from July 31 to August 4, at Juneau-Douglas High School, Boozer’s alma mater. All skill levels are welcome.
Dogs and their two-legged friends won’t be able to compete in the annual Super Dog Frisbee contest in Douglas this year on the Fourth of July. The tradition has special meaning for a black lab named Butch and his handlers, who placed in the last two.
Karl Kruger stroked 750 miles solo from Port Townsend up the Inside Passage into Ketchikan. The exhausted and soft-spoken 45-year-old glided to the dock, stepped off his 17-foot standup paddleboard and rung the finisher’s bell.
for the first time ever, the nearly 150-mile Kluane-Chilkat International Bike Relay was canceled when snow and slush compromised the safety of the course. Four of the about 1,300 people registered braved the highly unusual summer snowstorm to complete the entire race. And, they did it on one wheel.