Dropped Iditarod dog still missing in Anchorage area

Dropped Iditarod dog still missing in Anchorage area

Sarabi, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race dog missing after running from a handler in South Anchorage more than a week ago, still hasn’t been found as search efforts continue. Handlers with musher Laura Allaway said Monday that there have been reported sightings...
Iditarod musher asks for help after dropped dog bolts from Anchorage handler

Iditarod musher asks for help after dropped dog bolts from Anchorage handler

The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race may be over, but one musher is asking Anchorage residents to keep an eye out for a dog she dropped from her team last week that’s been missing since Saturday.

Rookie musher Laura Allaway, who placed 46th this year among the race’s 66 finishers, is looking for a female husky named Sarabi. Allaway told the Facebook group Alaska Dogwalkers that the dog got away from a handler Saturday in South Anchorage, near the intersection of Klatt and Johns roads, after being picked up from the local airport.

Bryan Bearss scratches from Iditarod in Koyuk

Bryan Bearss scratches from Iditarod in Koyuk

Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race musher Bryan Bearss is the 11th musher to scratch from the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, leaving the trail Thursday evening. Bearss decided to scratch for personal reasons at the Koyuk checkpoint as of 5 p.m. Thursday, according to...
Scott Janssen scratches from Iditarod in Koyuk

Scott Janssen scratches from Iditarod in Koyuk

 Scott Janssen is the tenth musher to scratch from this year’s Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, after Iditarod officials said he chose to do so Thursday morning. Iditarod Race Director Mark Nordman, said in a statement that Janssen had 11 dogs still on his team, but...