Beth Bragg
Gold Nugget Triathlon at Bartlett High School on Sunday, May 17, 2015.   
Tara Young


The Little Norway Festival in the Southeast Alaska community of Petersburg is a celebration of the signing of Norway’s constitution on May 17, 1814. Petersburg, a fishing town strong Norwegian roots, holds the festival every year in mid-May, and features traditional Norwegian foods, dance and events such as the herring toss.Watch this video on YouTube, and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more great videos. Contact Tara Young at tara(at)
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The referee ended a soccer game between Service and Bartlett after giving red cards to two Service coaches in the first half.
Loren Holmes
Aimed at sharing information about the fledgling industry, the three-day Northwest Cannabis Classic at the Dena’ina Center features panels, demonstrations and products that ranged from lighting technology to smoking instruments to flower enhancers and plant food. It generated a buzz, with about 700 people buying presale tickets and about as many day-of tickets bought on Saturday, said event organizer Cory Wray.
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Mike Gervell said his life has changed since he was paired with Mikey, a service dog. Gervell says his military service in Vietnam changed the course of his life, and his service dog helps him deal with some of the consequences.
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The Walter Soboleff Center celebrates its opening on May 15, 2015.
Erik Hill
A Copper River king salmon is greeted at a First Fish event sponsored by Copper River Seafoods at the Alaska Airlines cargo facility on Friday, May 15, 2015, at Stevens Anchorage International Airport. 
Mike Dunham
“Home Field Advantage: Baseball in the Far North” opens at the Anchorage Museum this week.  
Bob Hallinen
Anchorage police have entered an apartment in South Anchorage Wednesday afternoon where they say four people were found dead earlier in the day, and a spokesperson said the deaths appear to be "suspicious."
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Photographer Kevan Dee hiked up to a 200-foot cliff at Lion's Head above the Matanuska Glacier for a night under the Northern Lights and lunar eclipse April 3, 2015.In the first scene of the video the moon is full over the glacier. Then, according to Dee, ”The clouds came in after and obscured the southern sky and moon, leaving the northern sky clear for the aurora.”To submit your video to Alaska Dispatch News, contact Tara Young at tara(at)
Bob Hallinen
Racers compete in the 4-mile and the 8-mile Turnagain Arm Trail Run along the Turnagain Arm above the Seward Highway on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. 
Bill Roth
About 250 people gathered for a "Justice for Jeff" rally at Spruce Park in Anchorage on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, near the location of a hit-and-run collision that killed bicyclist Jeff Dusenbury last July.