Bill Roth

Morning sunshine brightened the trails as 500 skiers participated in the 20th annual Alaska Ski For Women at Kincaid Park on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Donations from the women-only cross-country skiing event has contributed over $1 million to groups that actively work to improve women's...
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Morning sunshine brightened the trails as 500 skiers participated in the 20th annual Alaska Ski For Women at Anchorage's Kincaid Park on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Donations from the women-only cross-country skiing event has contributed over $1 million to groups that actively work to improve...
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A diverse coalition of Alaskans launched the statewide campaign, Alaska's Future, to promote a long-term solution to the state's budget challenge Tuesday at the Mountain View Community Center in Anchorage. Alaska's Future co-chairs include civic entrepreneur Eleanor Andrews, Vince Beltrami (of the...
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Cold winter evenings below freezing have helped preserve the recently completed and judged ice sculptures entered in the annual ice carving competition "Crystal Gallery of Ice" hosted by the Anchorage Downtown Partnership at Town Square Park. Carvers began work on Friday and transformed ice into...
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Two Christmas Eve fires in Anchorage left residents displaced and at least one person injured. The first was reported at 2:54 a.m. Thursday at an apartment building on Lunar Drive in East Anchorage, Anchorage Fire Chief Denis LeBlanc said. According to LeBlanc, the blaze was likely caused by a...
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Much of the holiday lighting spirit in Anchorage can be traced to former mayor Rick Mystrom, who urged citizens in the late 1990s to help turn Anchorage into a "City of Lights and Flowers." Larry Cash, president and CEO of RIM Architects, said he's had horticulture company Green Connection put off-...
Jeannette Lee Falsey,Bill Roth
The Canadian Forces conducted a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Fort Richardson National Cemetery shortly after a Veterans Day ceremony held at the Alaska National Guard armory on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015.
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More passive than passionate much of Wednesday night, the Alaska Aces’ submissiveness shackled them with a 4-2 loss to the Utah Grizzlies that marked their second straight ECHL setback and reduced them to a .500 hockey team. The Grizzlies used rookie Matt Berry’s second two-goal game in the last...
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The Anchorage Police Department held a graduation ceremony for 19 officers and a fire investigator at Wendy Williamson Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015.
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At the Dena’ina Center during the Alaska Federation of Natives annual convention, it’s hard to miss the fishy, smoky smell wafting through the lower levels of the convention hall. That’s thanks to the dozen or so people lined up outside, selling all kinds of smoked, pickled and canned salmon and...
Suzanna Caldwell,Bill Roth

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