FAIRBANKS - This year, it's going to be all about multi-tasking.
FAIRBANKS - Standing on Fairbanks' newest - and only - beach one sunny day in late May, Steve Taylor could envision throngs of beach goers sunbathing, building sand castles and splashing around in the nearby lake.
...fuller piece of the story,'' he said. Bosworth called the Fairbanks paper and made a similar request, according to Tim Mowry who wrote the original News-Miner story. The paper declined to do the follow-up, in part because he said his story...
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - When Elliot Wilson decided to ride a unicycle in the White Mountains 100 endurance race, he knew it was an off-the-wall idea.
FAIRBANKS - It took a while but now that winter finally looks like it's here to stay - that might be an understatement after the past week, eh? - it's time to unveil my annual winter list of outdoor things to do. You know the routine by now.
FAIRBANKS (AP) - Anyone who doesn't believe a normal person with no knowledge of trapping can open a body-gripping Conibear trap should talk to Sarah DeGennaro.
...said. "And then it's just a long downhill slide from there." Boyce credits mushing mentors, Brian O'Donoghue, Tim Mowry and Chris Knott, all Iditarod veterans, with teaching him what he knows. But they left out one thing. "None of them...
FAIRBANKS - The Folk School Fairbanks finally has a home - both literally and figuratively - and it couldn't be a better fit.
The carpet has been rolled, or should we say plowed, out at Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. All that's missing are the geese. The front field at Creamer's Field was plowed Tuesday in anticipation of the arrival of the first Canada geese of the season in Fairbanks.
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