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Stories that mattered: Experience versus athleticism on the Iditarod Trail, deadly plane crashes in winter superstorms, Red Scares in the Alaska Legislature and much more.

Alaska Dispatch staff

All eyes in Alaska this week are on the 1,000-mile race between Willow and Nome. But off the Iditarod Trail, conversations and debates were under way about the state's future and what, exactly, it might look like.

Alaska Dispatch staff

News this week: Dispatch staff writer Craig Medred heads out on the Iditarod Trail, conservatives revive abortion wars in Alaska Legislature, a big jet lands at little Merrill Field and Alaskans get a debriefing in a medically-recognized condition known as "Arctic hysteria."

Alaska Dispatch

It's that time of winter in Alaska when productivity peaks: policy gets a vote or dies, SnoGo warriors road trip across the frozen tundra and canine athletes get ready to run 1,000 miles or longer.

Eric Christopher Adams

Stories that mattered in Alaska this week: Gov. Parnell announces another deadline is met in his quest for a gasline, a look at the Alaska GOP's infighting, a new exhibit that "finally tells the story of Alaska aviation" and a school janitor puts a face on school district cutbacks.

Alaska Dispatch staff

Winter endurance training, Alaska Republican in-fighting, Wayne Anthony Ross and Yukon Quest: Here's a look at the biggest, boldest and most popular stories from Alaska Dispatch for the week of February 2-8, 2012.

Alaska Dispatch staff

Here's a look at some of the biggest stories from the Last Frontier for the week of Jan. 19-25, 2013.

Alaska Dispatch

From oil taxes and the governor's State of the State Address to wood-paneled fireworks at Alaska Republican Party HQ and restoring a new, delicious, wild species to Alaska's wilderness. Miss a week and miss a lot.

Alaska Dispatch

Alaska news week in review: Here are a few of the stories that Alaska Dispatch staff explored the second week ot January 2013.

Alaska Dispatch

Wild Alaska reared its head this year, as Alaskans enduring record snowfall, bitter cold and, briefly in Fairbanks, dangerously polluted air.  But weather wasn't the only thing happening during 2012.

Alaska Dispatch staff,Craig Medred

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