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The fire north of Anchorage has led to the voluntary evacuation of up to 1,700 homes and has struck the heart of sled dog country, including 15 or so mushers who call Willow home.
In fact, a snowmobile sank on thin ice on part of the route mushers were about to take.
not just to sell our trucks and our products, but because of the competitive excellence and the uncompromising care the mushers show.
With the victory, Seavey wins $50,400 and a 2013 Dodge Ram truck while the top 29 finishers will split $549,600, around $18,951 for each musher.
12 ( ANI ): Pee Pants - designed to allow people in high-pressure jobs to relieve themselves when they can't take a bathroom break - is being tested out by female mushers during the ongoing Iditarod dog sled race in Alaska.
Voted on by the trail veterinarians, the Leonhard Seppala award is named after one of Alaska's most-celebrated mushers, whose 1925 sled-dog team traveled the longest distance to transport diphtheria serum to Nome.
Musher, medical director for psychiatric emergency services at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and president and CEO of the consulting company the Musher Group.
He has raced with the very best mushers around, from Montana to the Yukon.
Musher Al Masry: The election that took place in 2006 was one of the most transparent elections in the Middle East, as all the supervisors declared, but it seems as though if the results aren't as the Americans and Israelis desire, they will not accept them.
First-time Iditarod musher Harry Alexie, a staff sergeant with the Army National Guard, wants to tout the idea of military service to residents along the trail.
This was Jessica's fourth time to compete in the 225 kilometer (140 mile) race where teen mushers, or dog sledders, go head to head for two days.