Here are some of our favorite photographs from September 2021 by Anchorage Daily News staff photographers and contributors.
Decades of experimentation have led Bert Gore to more than a dozen apple varieties that grow well in the Valley. Right now, the picking’s good.
From live music, to giant pumpkins, to rides and the rodeo, check out some of our favorite images of the Alaska State Fair 2021.
The Super Serious, No Fun .5K Run held Wednesday was a fundraiser for Rage City Roller Derby, Alaska’s largest roller derby league.
Heading up from Girdwood, over Crow Pass and through to Eagle River, runners churned along the scenic 22.5-mile course.
Jumping into frigid alpine lakes, fishing at Resurrection Creek, stopping by the Seaview Cafe — it’s all part of the Hope experience.
The multitrail park will also include a pump track and jump line.
After the 2020 event was canceled because of the pandemic, hundreds of runners returned to Seward on July 7 for the 93rd race up and down Mount Marathon.
Col. Michael “Jody” Shouse assumed command of the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Seventeen-year-old Jacoby swam the second-fastest 100-meter breaststroke in the world this season to qualify for Team USA.
More than half a million king salmon smolt have been released as anglers catch the tides and hook mature returning chinooks, who got their start in life a few years ago at the Ship Creek hatchery.
Anchorage has recovered to about 90% passenger volume compared to the record year of 2019, according to a TSA spokesperson.
Although the June 11 opener was off to a slow start, people were eager to fish under the Kenai’s sunshine and blue skies.
“It’s always an adrenaline rush,” said paratrooper Sgt. William Alverson.
The event is part of the Fourth annual Rev Alaska, a gathering of all things motorsports at the Menard Sports Center in Wasilla on Sunday.
The steep, difficult trail challenges soldiers to live each day with intention
Seventy-seven paratroopers killed in Iraq or Afghanistan are gone but not forgotten.
Late May to early June is a prime time to view killer whales in Kenai Fjords National Park.