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Two North Dakota mushers continue on the 1,150-mile trail in the 2009 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race,
Bismarck native Heather Siirtola, entering her third Iditarod, left Sunday’s starting point in Willow Lake, Alaska, in the 63rd spot.
Nancy Yoshida of Thompson, entering her first Iditarod, started in the third spot out of the gate.
Helen Corlew came to the Prairie Bilt Sleds workshop to order a custom dog sled to take passengers on cross-country winter excursions.
“They’re building me a sled more convenient and comfortable for clients,” Corlew said.
By Steve Browne , Valley City Times-Record
, February 09, 2009
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