"We always encourage folks to have a back up plan as we know phones can die they can get wet there are all kinds of things that can happen so we do encourage people to consider that when they go out into the field and you have that on your phone you still might want to have a back up resource paper hard copy within your close proximity in the event something happens to your phone
The four-time Iditarod champion was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2001 but overcame the illness after undergoing both surgery and radiation therapy. He then announced his second bout with cancer in August 2021.
In their inaugural season in the North American Hockey League, the Anchorage Wolverines made it all the way to the championship game. Now they are looking to get back to that mountaintop, starting training camp with a mix of new and old faces as they go into year two.
The Alaska’s News Source Fishing Report is typically done by sports reporter Austin Sjong — but for this week’s edition, the reigns have been passed to reporter Carly Schreck, who battled the rain on the Kenai Peninsula.
As her classmates and friends at South Anchorage High School compete in sports against peers their age, Ante is often on the course competing against those more twice her elder in the only state in America that does not sponsor high school golf.
To say that the Kenai River red salmon run has been hot lately would be an understatement. But how about the Kenai’s little brother, the Kasilof? Austing Sjong finds out in this week’s Fishing Report, plus, Alaska became the 50th and final state to host a United State Golf Association Event and it delivered.
Anchorage’s 14-year old boxing phenom Maliyah Schmid-Carey has been collecting wins in the rings left and right, like her lethal combo, but none bigger than the gold medal she picked up at the Junior Olympic Boxing Championships in Wichita, Kansas earlier this month.
Savoonga’s Isaiah Waghiyi appeared on American Ninja Warrior Season 14 and also competed at the 2022 World Eskimo Indian Olympics in Fairbanks, where Jordan Rodenberger caught up with the latest Alaskan to appear on the popular obstacle course game show. The fish count is high, and so are the waters in Kenai, as Austin Sjong found out in this week’s fishing report, while East Anchorage’s Kyler Johnson and Deuce Zimmerman aren’t done making history together, signing to the same college to continue their football careers.
In this edition of 907 Sports Austin Sjong breaks down some game tape of Sports Director Jordan Rodenberger trying some events at the World Eskimo Indian Olympics and Alaska residents try to fill their freezers dipnetting on the Kenai.
Dimond High School alum Chris Kuper was named the Minnesota Vikings Offensive Line Coach this offseason, but before coaching up professionals who get paid millions of dollars, he led his annual three-day Solstice Lineman camp at East Anchorage High School this week