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NSAA upgrades allow for year-round ski jump training

July 25, 2016
The improvements at the Karl Eid ski jumping venue now allow for year-round training for athletes.

ALASKA IS NOW ON THE MAP FOR SKI JUMPING after developing the only year-round jumping complex in the state. Karen Compton, ski jumping director of Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage,…

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Alaska’s sports legends gather for Sports Hall 10-year anniversary

July 18, 2016
Alaska Sports Hall of Fame website home page

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame is hosting a 10-year celebration of its nonprofit organization with a free Meet and Greet with some of Alaska’s greatest sports heroes on July…

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A SALMON CELEBRATION

July 18, 2016
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Music, dancing, food and fun at Salmonfest There is nothing quite like an Alaska summer. Pleasant days that seamlessly roll into long nights offer endless possibilities that beckon the adventurous spirit…

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Summer of food love

July 12, 2016
Alaska Coast Magazine Summer of food love

No shortage of options in Anchorage dining and bar scene With so many recent changes to Anchorage’s restaurant and bar scene, it’s time to devote a column to summing up…

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Fear a fat bike farewell?

July 12, 2016
Alison O’Hara, owner of True North Kayak Adventures, rides the beach at low tide back to Homer after a round-trip beach ride to Anchor Point and back.

Sands of summer provide fat-tire biking options   Alison O’Hara, owner of True North Kayak Adventures, rides the beach at low tide back to Homer after a round-trip beach ride…

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