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Olympic Torch Relay stops in Juneau for the first time

...essays described individuals who have overcome enormous challenges, and Alaska's nominees are no exception. Col. Norman Vaughan of Anchorage is a 96-year-old former Iditarod musher who coordinates the annual Nenana Serum Run Relay. Erik...
Antarctic explorer Norman Vaughan dies at 100

ANCHORAGE - Norman Vaughan, who as a young man explored Antarctica with Admiral Richard Byrd in what was to become a life full of adventure, died Friday...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...from Nenana to Nome in 1925, Norman Vaughan was a 19-year-old Ivy League...from Nenana to Nome in 1925, Norman Vaughan was a 19-year-old Ivy League...from Nenana to Nome in 1925, Norman Vaughan was a 19-year-old Ivy League...
Boozer elected into AK Sports Hall of Fame

...Kemppel, Wally Leask, Hilary Lindh, Buck Nystrom, Brad Precosky, Reilly Richey, Libby Riddles, Vern Tejas, Norman Vaughan, Bradford Washburn. Other events receiving votes (in random order): Midnight Sun baseball game, World Eskimo-Indian...
Vaughan goes for ascent on 100th birthday

...bed at his Anchorage apartment, relying on a caretaker to help him with mundane activities, such as walking. But Norman Vaughan is determined to celebrate his 100th birthday by scaling the 10,300-foot mountain in Antarctica that bears his...
State and local briefs

...transport the vast reserves of natural gas on the North Slope. Vaughan to commemorate serum run ANCHORAGE - Adventurer Norman Vaughan will make his second Nenana-to-Nome run to commemorate the delivery of lifesaving diptheria serum to Nome in 1925...
Serum-run vet retraces route of historic 1925 rescue effort

...When a group of Alaska dog mushers relayed a life-saving diphtheria serum 800 miles from Nenana to Nome in 1925, Norman Vaughan was a 19-year-old Ivy League college student. That was 75 years ago. On Sunday, Vaughan set out with 24 other...
Lindh named newest member of state HOF

...four-time Olympian and mountain running legend; Wally Leask, WWII-era Southeast basketball legend; and Colonel Norman Vaughan, long-time polar explorer and adventurer, according to the ASHOF Web site. The first ascent of Mount McKinley...
Musher still missing, but hopes remain

...get stuck in bad weather for a day or two, they say, or take a wrong turn, and when found are just fine. Col. Norman Vaughan went missing for four days during the 1976 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race when he took a wrong turn approaching Rainy...
Inside out

...Dwight Perkins take one to his budget meetings. Answered Perkins, ``Shouldn't this be red?'' Fashion plate Norman Vaughan is known for going to unusual places, such as Antarctica. But the white-haired explorer showed up somewhere even...


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