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2020 Serum Run Expedition Final Day: The Finish in Nome

After traversing nearly 750 miles from Nenana, the 2020 Serum Run Expedition came to a close in Nome on Thursday afternoon. KNOM reporter, JoJo Phillips, spoke with Nome musher, Stephanie Johnson on the sea ice. If you missed KNOM’s coverage of the live finish, take a listen here:

Nome-Golovin 200 Postponed After Being Delayed 24-Hours

Nome-Golovin competitor at the race start

UPDATE: Due to poor weather conditions, the 2020 Nome Golovin Race has been rescheduled for March 28th at noon. Racers will also have to signup again during a rescheduled meeting on the evening of March 26th. More details to come. ORIGINAL: Despite many canceled events around the state, snowmachiners from across Alaska will take off […]

Deeter’s Team Finally Eats, Says He Will Continue Monitoring Their Appetite

Jeff Deeter from Fairbanks was one of about ten Iditarod mushers who chose to spend 24-hours in McGrath. For his team, circumstances necessitated the early stop because his dogs would not eat the food Deeter was giving to them. The veteran musher was debating even continuing this year’s race, but by the time his 24-hour […]

Iditarod Musher Gets Her First ‘First To the Yukon Award’ In Ruby

Jessie Royer was the first musher to reach the Yukon River portion of the 2020 Iditarod trail. She checked into Ruby this morning under pale moonlight at 6:37am. Royer arrived with a full team, however one of her dogs was being carried in the sled. According to one of the race veterinarians, her dog K-dog […]