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Jade Greene was named to the All Tournament Team in last week's State Championship games.
By Miriam Trujillo   The Nome Nanook Basketball season is over, as the boys went all the way to the finals of the state basketball championships and took second place in the game against Grace...
WINNER— George Lambert passes Fort Davis outbound to Golovin. Lambert won the race in 2 hours, 21 minutes and 40 seconds.
By Megan Gannon George Lambert won the Nome-Golovin snowmachine race on Sunday. Riding a Ski-Doo 850 and wearing bib number 5, Lambert was racing in the open class. He finished the 200-mile race...
NOME BOUND— 2019 Iditarod Champion Pete Kaiser of Bethel highfives a fan during the Anchorage ceremonial start of the 51st running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, on Saturday, March 4.
By Megan Gannon The 51st Iditarod began last weekend with 33 mushers and their teams of 14 dogs bound for Nome on a 1,000-mile journey through the Alaskan wilderness. The clock officially started...
TEAM 23— Jordan and Jarvis Miller of Nome finished the Iron Dog in fourth place, arriving in Big Lake on Saturday after 59 hours, 59 minutes and 29 seconds on the trail.
By Megan Gannon After a 2,500-mile race marked by tough conditions and brutal weather, the pro snowmachine racers competing in this year’s Iron Dog made it to the finish line in Big Lake under a...
Photos by Nils Hahn FIRST INTO NOME— Team 7, Tyler Aklestad and Nick Olstad pull into Nome on Monday afternoon as the first team in the Iron Dog pro class to reach the halfway point.
By Megan Gannon It was just around 3 p.m. on Monday when the first headlights appeared on Front Street in Nome. The Iron Dog, the world’s longest cross-country snowmachine competition, marks its...
By Megan Gannon With a two-day competition that covered about 50 miles in total, the Nome Kennel Club hosted its third race of the season over the weekend. Three mushers and their dog teams left from...
Nils Hahn won the second NKC race of the season, held last Saturday.
Four mushers and their dog teams competed against each other in the Nome Kennel Club’s second race of the season on Saturday, Feb. 4. Handlers, race officials and spectators gathered at Nome’s snow...
NOME NORTHSTAR SWIMMERS— NNST swimmers competed last weekend at the Sweetheart Invite swim meet. Representing Nome were (back row) Coach Blake Bogart, Brandon Ford, Coach Lizzy Hahn, Coach Melissa Ford. Front row: Ari & Lexi Blandford,  Jamie Erickson-Ford, Piper Lewis, Aliyah Hensley, Kourtney Bogart and Karmin Perkins.
By Melissa Ford, NNST Head Coach The Nome Northstar Swim Team had a group of swimmers competing at the Hamme Pool in Fairbanks last weekend for the 2023 Sweetheart Invite. NNST placed fourth in...
GOLD RUSH SWIM MEET— Brandon Ford plows through the Nome Pool during last weekend’s Gold Rush Swim Meet hosted by the Nome Northstar Swim Team.
By Melissa Ford, NNST Head Coach The Nome Northstar Swim Team hosted the 2023 Gold Rush Swim Meet last weekend. The Stingray Swim Team came from North Pole to participate and left with qualifying...
MVP — The Nanooks’ Jade Green, No. 13, blocks a shot in a game against the Kotzebue Huskies. He was named MVP of the Subway Showdown Tournament held in Nome last weekend.
By Megan Gannon From Thursday to Saturday last week, the den of the Nanooks was packed with spectators cheering on the boys and girls high school basketball teams in the annual Subway Showdown....

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