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The high school cross-country running season got off to a fast start Saturday on the Bartlett trails.

Shelby Lum

Ten-year-old Sophia Martin of Thorne Bay, who performs under the name The Girl From the North Country, has been writing and singing songs on Prince of Wales Island since she was seven. 

Alaska Dispatch News

The 2015 Alaska State Fair began on Thursday, Aug. 27, and runs through Sept. 7. 

Shelby Lum

Marya and Garnett Morrow Sr. of Moose Gardens Bed and Breakfast have been competing in the Alaska State Fair since the early 1980s, but have been consistently winning grand champion ribbons every year since 1985. 

Tara Young

At Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing is hosting a week-long multinational humanitarian exercise for the first time in North America this week. The biannual Pacific Airlift Rally includes 14 Pacific Rim nations and is intended to sharpen coordination for future humanitarian airlifts.  

Bill Roth

Livestock and crops were moved into the barn at the Alaska State Fair grounds in Palmer on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, in preparation for the noon opening on Thursday.

Bill Roth

East beat Eagle River in three straight games in Cook Inlet Conference volleyball Wednesday at Eagle River.

Alaska Dispatch News

On Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015 kayakers, packrafters and a rafting class from the University of Alaska Anchorage paddle down the Portage River after launch their watercraft from the outlet of Portage Lake with the Chugach and Kenai Mountains behind them.

Bob Hallinen

Newtok doesn’t intend to lose itself to the creep of climate change. Of more than two dozen threatened Alaska villages, Newtok is the one farthest along in efforts to relocate to new, higher ground.

Loren Holmes,Lisa Demer