State Sports Hall of Fame welcomes Mount Marathon

February 2nd 1:09 pm By VAN WILLIAMS

On a night when the 83-year-old Mount Marathon Race was officially inducted into the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, many of the people that have made the Seward footrace famous were honored as well.

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State Sports Hall of Fame welcomes Mount Marathon

February 2nd 1:09 pm

On a night when the 83-year-old Mount Marathon Race was officially inducted into the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, many of the people that have made the Seward footrace famous were honored as well.

Canadian researchers question amount of Arctic catch

February 5th 2:21 pm

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