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Elder Sidney Huntington on living in Galena

Sidney Huntington discusses his experiences and the importance of education. This is part of an interview Huntington did with Alaska Dispatch
Alaska Dispatch

Elder Sidney Huntington

Sidney Huntington discusses his experiences and the importance of education. This is part of an interview Huntington did with Alaska Dispatch on March 11, 2010 in Galena.
Alaska Dispatch

The 49th Estate: Ten years and counting

Raquel Ream's unfinished family cabin, on the edge of the Chugach National Forest, is a decade in the making. The wooden castle highlights her father's unique craftsmanship.
Alaska Dispatch

Iditarod 2010

Lance Mackey arrives in White Mountain.

Lance Mackey arrives at the 2010 Iditarod finish line

Lance Mackey won his 4th consecutive Iditarod on Tuesday, March 16, 2010.

Lance Mackey interview in Ruby (Part II)

Lance Mackey on the Iditarod Trail in 2010.

Lance Mackey interview in Ruby (Part III)

Iditarod musher Lance Mackey on the trail in Ruby, Alaska, along the Yukon River.

The 49th Estate: A cabin in the woods

Zak Tilbury's remote cabin near the Deshka River is a staging ground for the larger log cabin he plans to build in the coming years.

Lance Mackey in Ruby (Part I)

Lance Mackey talks about his race after arriving in Ruby just over an hour behind race leader Jeff King.

Jeff King in Ruby

Iditarod musher Jeff King enjoys the gourmet meal served to the first musher in the village of Ruby on Friday, March 12. King also received $3500.

Fiedler on Bruised Dogs FINAL.flv

Veteran Iditarod musher Linwood Fiedler is having a rough race this year. Here, during an interview at the checkpoint in McGrath, he talks about the dog team that's shrinking before his eyes and why he still believes crossing the finish line is within his grasp.

Takotna Parking Service

A group of Norwegian students is in Takotna, Alaska, helping out as volunteers for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Here, they discuss their unique role as the "Takotna Parking Service" in the small Athabascan community accessible only by air or river. With no roads in or out, the only way to travel by land is by trail, often by snowmachine or dog sled.

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