Radio West | Jan 2, 2013 | 8:28

Local sports reporter sets goal to get fit

Katie Maximick has had enough. She's decided, rather publicly, to improve her fitness. For the next 60 days, The Alaska Highway News sports reporter will work out, and write about her progress in the paper. She spoke to the Rebecca about her fitness challenge.

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