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T-200: 23 years and counting

...during the race with wind chill recorded at minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The race Web site was established. 2000 Musher Rod Boyce of Fairbanks got lost in a snowstorm that dropped four feet of snow in the Caribou Hills in 48 hours. He remained missing...
Optimism rewarded

...McKibben Jackinsky joined the search effort for musher Rod Boyce on Friday. Her first-person account of Boyce's rescue...Everyone involved in the search for Tustumena 200 musher Rod Boyce, who had been missing since early the previous Sunday...
T-200 racers relieved breathed a collective sigh of relief Friday when one of their own, missing for six days, was found unharmed. Rod Boyce, a 38-year-old from Two Rivers, was competing in his first Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race last weekend when he disappeared...
Volunteers' spirit brings last dog team home

...over troubled times, peninsula residents' caring spirit added valuable support to the search for Tustumena 200 musher Rod Boyce. A six-day ground and air search for Boyce, 38, ended Friday afternoon, when Ron Poston of Homer came upon the Two...
Memories of winter of 2000 pile up with every snow

...most of the tales spawned by this winter's weather have happy endings. The most notable, of course, is that of Rod Boyce, the Two Rivers musher and city editor of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, who was found safe Friday morning after...
Kasilof Neighbors

...This is an essential part of today's educational curriculum. We are all breathing a collective sigh of relief that Rod Boyce was found safe. Thanks to the many area businesses that donated services and products, as well as the volunteers, troopers...
Co-workers help lost musher back to desk

FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Co-workers of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner City Editor Rod Boyce took no chances on the returning musher finding his desk Tuesday. Trail markers -- wooden stakes painted fluorescent orange at...
Friends, fans show Boyce the way home

"Has the musher been found?" was all the e-mail said, referring to Rod Boyce of Two Rivers, who became lost while competing in the Tustumena 200 Sled Dog Race two weeks ago. "Thanks," was the one-word...


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