Sports

Tobin Hobbs sprints to victory in the Varsity race.
Cross-country runners from Nome-Beltz, Kotzebue, Unalakleet and Savoonga ran for glory and for health Friday evening on the Nome cross-country course. Racers competed in elementary, middle school,...
The Nanook cross-country running team put in a long day Saturday raising funds for the upcoming season. For the pledge run the young athletes get family and friends to pledge a certain amount of...
Lauryn Garnie of Teller reaches for the ball in the One Hand Reach.
St. Michael is a small village with a big history. From its origin as a Native Alaskan settlement to its Russian fort and trading post history and the subsequent explosion as a transit point for the...
Dylon Crowe shows great form in the Two-Foot High Kick
 Nome’s Native Youth Olympics were held Sunday through Tuesday and drew a good crowd of strong and agile young people to test themselves in the strenuous events. Sunday’s competition included the...
RECORD— Stuart Towarak breaks one-foot high kick record at Arctic Winter Games.
Unalakleet’s Stuart Towarak set a new Arctic Winter Games record in the Open Male One-Foot High Kick in South Slave, NWT Canada last Thursday. Towarak, the son of former champion high kicker Ike...
WINNING TEAM— Nome cheerleaders won last week’s State Championships in Anchorage. They are: Mackenzie Goodwin, Minnie Clark, Anna Peterson, Talia Cross, Maya Coler, Emily Pomrenke, Kelsie Crisci, Erin Johanson, Courtney Merchant, Kelly Lyon, Ellie Martinson, Ava Earthman, Madison Johnson and JJ Marble.
The Nome Nanooks cheerleaders took first place in the Alaska State Activities Association’s Large Division Championships held on March 22 in Anchorage. They competed against some of the state’s...
GOLDEN HARNESS WINNER— Joar Leifseth Ulsom’s lead dog Russeren received the Lolly Medley Memorial Golden Harness Award, presented by the City of Nome.
The Iditarod family of mushers, volunteers, and everybody else filled Nome’s Rec Center gym Sunday night for the Last Great Race’s Nome finisher’s banquet. Over 600 people sat down to listen to the...
CHAMPION— Jarvis Miller of Nome won overall and the C Class of the 2018 Nome-Golovin snowmachine race in a time of 2:08:18.
Fifty-five snowmachine racers gathered under sunny, clear skies and cold temperatures in the single digits on the sea ice east of Nome to hit the trail for the 52nd running of the Nome-Golovin...
IDITAROD 2018— Aaron Burmeister leaves the ceremonial startline last Saturday in Anchorage.
Sixty-seven mushers and their teams gathered in downtown Anchorage on Saturday, March 2 for the ceremonial start of the 46th running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Overcast skies, temperatures...
NOME GOLOVIN— The Nome Golovin snowmachine race starts on Saturday at noon at the sea ice in front of Nome.
The 2018 Nome-Golovin snow machine race starts Saturday at noon. This year racers will compete for $40,000 in cash prizes. The overall winner gets $2,000 and an ounce of gold from Pomrenke mining....

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