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Optimism rewarded

...by midafternoon our watches would synchronize on an event desperately being sought. Everyone except Boyce's wife Julie Stricker. "When I saw the blue sky Friday morning, I said, 'Today's the day.' I never did allow myself to think negatively...

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Friends, fans show Boyce the way home

...decided this was the year to try the Tustumena 200. Driving from their home in interior Alaska, Boyce and his wife, Julie Stricker, encountered snow and road conditions that made them happy to be in the starting gate on Jan. 29. "I'm surprised...

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Volunteers' spirit brings last dog team home

...out here," said Orth. "All their efforts kept the searchers free to do their job." Both Boyce and his wife, Julie Stricker, voiced their appreciation of the community's efforts. "The people here have been very helpful and supportive...

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Co-workers help lost musher back to desk

...called. ''She told me she had prayed for me, and just wanted to hear my voice.'' When Boyce and his wife, Julie Stricker, a News-Miner copy editor, returned to their Two Rivers home Sunday night they found trail markers on the road...

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