Who Won the 1978
Alaskan Iditarod

Dick Mackey (Skipper and Shrew)

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Questions raised as Met Police left without permanent Commissioner in charge during terror outrage

But extraordinarily there is still no date for when his successor, Cressida Dick will take over. Deputy Commissioner, Craig Mackey, has been in temporary charge of Scotland Yard in the interim. But he was unable to lead the terrorist investigation in ...

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PC Keith Palmer remembered in minute's silence after London attack

The Guardian
The service, attended by Cressida Dick, the incoming Met commissioner, Craig Mackey, the acting commissioner, and other officers, included a prayer read by the force's chaplain, Rev Jonathan Osborne. The building, which replaces the now-sold former New ...

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Iditarod Fast Facts

(CNN) -- Here's a look at the Iditarod, the most well-known dogsled race in the world. It is named after the Iditarod Trail, an old mail and supply route, traveled by dogsleds from Seward and Knik to Nome, Alaska. March 14, 2017 - Mitch Seavey wins his ...

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Iditarod pioneer in race against time to complete film project

Still alive are 1973 champion Dick Wilmarth, along with Dan Seavey (whose son, Mitch, won his third Iditarod on Tuesday), Dick Mackey, Bill Arpino, Bud Smyth, Ken Chase, Ron Oviok, Robert Ivan, Terry Miller, Howard Farley and Bruce Mitchell. Perry has ...

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