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Troopers tried to stop Olivia Mapes, of Nikiski, at 2:04 p.m. after seeing her Subaru sedan swerving across the center and fog lines on the Kenai Spur Highway, according to a news release on the trooper website. 

Wonder what we do in Alaska for fun...build ice sculptures of course. After all they will last 6 months! Seriously though come along as we visit a local ice sculpting competition. Oh and watch to see who almost does a face plant on the slippery ice!

North Pole Sports

High school sports will be allowed to continue in the Fairbanks North Star Borough under updated guidelines issued by the Alaska Schools Activities Association this week, despite the region being under a red, or high risk level of COVID-19.

The Nordic Ski Club will hold its season kick-off day on Oct. 3 in the stadium area at Birch Hill Recreation Area.

The minutes and points were both season highs for Hebard, a West Valley High School graduate and University of Oregon star who is in her rookie season. The Sky chose selected her at No. 8 in the league’s April draft.

Students receiving a 3.9 grade point average or higher are named to the chancellor’s list, while students who receive a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.9 are named to the dean’s list.

The Alaska School Activities Association on Friday delayed the state of the 2020-21 high school swimming and diving season, pushing the state tournament back one month to December.

The 6-foot-tall middle blocker/outside hitter comes to the Nanooks after playing one season with the College of the Desert, located in Palm Desert, California.

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