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Anchorage, AK – Sunday at the State Fair, Alaska Communications in collaboration with Boys & Girls Clubs of Alaska, announced its six 2017…
Anchorage, AK- In this evening's segment with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) here in Alaska, Regional Manager Michelle Tabler breaks down se…
The Alaska State Fair has packed up and left the fairgrounds. One of the main attractions is being donated to some of the state’s furry friends at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center for a sixth year in a row.
The Alaska State Fair has come to an end, but the prize-winning vegetables will soon be headed to Anchorage. But they will first make a stop in Portage where they will be on display, and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center says on Saturday they will then feed the giant vegetables to the animals at the Center.
The last day of the fair getting a visit from four-time Iditarod champs Lance Mackey and Martin Buser and 2016 Iditarod rookie Kristin Bacon, but with them were some very furry special guests.
The Grand Champion Hog, at the Alaska State Fair, was raised by 11 year-old Samara Johnson. Johnson has been raising the hog since April, and on Saturday at 280 pounds, she was auctioned off.