Watch three videos of Lance and Jason Mackey discussing dog deaths, saving another musher’s team, and if they have another 1,000-mile race left.
Aliy Zirkle led Iditarod 2015 out of Koyukuk late Saturday morning, followed into the evening by Aaron Burmeister, Jeff King, Jessie Royer, and Dallas and Mitch Seavey. These frontrunners jockeyed for lead on the 154 mile run to the coast.
A Sunday house fire in Koyuk claimed the life of one elder and seriously injured one other person.
First-year volunteer Kristin recently discovered a crucial part of our mission: that connecting and building bridges within our region is as much about listening and learning as it is about talking.
This month’s Story49 features educator and dancer Mary Huntington. “All the things that I do in classrooms and schools… trying to incorporate culture and language, probably wouldn’t have taken place if I didn’t start out with Eskimo dance,” she says.
Kristin navigates self-doubt and the art of interviewing on her recent solo trip to Koyuk.
If you live near the Norton Sound, get ready for salmon.
Our volunteers have been keeping busy this winter. It’s par for the course for our volunteer program, but our 2013-2014 volunteers – Dayneé, Anna Rose, Tara,…
In Monday night’s 5pm Iditarod Update, KNOM staffers past and present – general manager Ric Schmidt and longtime news director Paul Korchin, visiting from Fairbanks –…
In Koyuk, likely less than 48 hours before his finish in Iditarod 2013, veteran musher Aaron Burmeister succinctly summarized his team’s status: the dogs are “still…