North Pole Denies Reindeer Deniers

Breaking NewsThe North Pole has been flooded with email over the past 12 hours after a report surfaced online that Santa plans to fly his sleigh without reindeer this year.

We assure you this is absolutely FAKE news.

“How silly to think that Santa could fly his sleigh without reindeer,” said Elf Quinton Q. Quigley, head of the Research and Development Department at the North Pole, the department in charge of sleigh designs for Santa. “We have looked at the various available technologies and have never found a more efficient power driver for Santa’s sleigh outside of reindeer. Reindeer are noble souls, filled with Christmas spirit, usually they are physically fit and they are light on the environment. They add a lot to the ecosystem of the North Pole. Anyone who tells you different doesn’t know Rudolph very well.”

The reports are allegedly tied to Norad, a military-based Santa tracking outfit in North America.

“There is a lot of bad information out there on the Internet,” said Elf Ed Zachary. “And more people than ever are tracking Santa Claus. They have web sites and Facebook groups and forums and chats and YouTube channels and all this stuff. But none of them speak for Santa. That’s why you should track Santa right here. Avoid all the fake news out there about Santa.”

I did speak to Santa today about this rumor and he laughed. He said he could not be Santa without reindeer.

Elf Ernest

9 Months Until Christmas

Tracking SantaHappy Early Spring greetings, friends!

It’s the 24th of March or the 9 month mark until Christmas Eve. Time is going by so very fast!

The reindeer are in the news here at the North Pole. Most of them are getting ready to leave. As spring pops up in different areas of the world the reindeer take their vacation and return to the wilds of Finland, Norway, parts of Russia, Canada and the Rocky Mountains.

Elf Victor is throwing a going away party for them over in the reindeer barns.

Santa is going to the party but he is also packing his bags. He’s headed to the ranch in Norway because he wants to meet some of the new reindeer babies that have been born. He will meet them and give many of them names.

The reindeer are the first at the North Pole to leave on annual vacation. Many elves are planning to get away soon for all parts of the world where they come from.

I’m not sure if I will take a vacation this year. I might just spend my whole year here at the North Pole.

Santa and Mrs. Claus are planning a little getaway too. But I’m not sure when or where they are going. When I find out I’ll let you know.

Elf Ernest

Alberta Canada Welcomes Santa

Tracking SantaSanta is moving at a more leisurely pace now as he visits in Alberta Canada.

The reindeer are well.

Elf Ernest


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Santa Takes a Break in the Azores

Tracking SantaSanta has landed somewhere in the Azores and it appears he is taking a break.

I knew it!

Santa just had to put the brakes on a little bit. It is just too early to deliver where he is headed next — it doesn’t matter if it is Greenland or north east Canada or even South America.

Santa has just been too efficient tonight.

We have a report as well that a crew from Santa’s Stables is meeting up with Santa in the next few minutes to assess the reindeer.

In some years Santa brings in a relief team to give his lead reindeer a break. We will see if that happens this year.

Elf Ernest


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Santa Seen in Central Africa

Tracking SantaGreat reports coming out of Central Africa right now. Santa is there.

We have received some emails of concern about the reindeer and whether or not Santa might be working them too hard. After all they have been away from the North Pole for almost 18 hours now.

Santa says the reindeer are in remarkable condition and that you couldn’t ask a single one of them to stop now. They are fine.

Elf Ernest


Christmas Eve News
Click here to listen to the latest Kringle Radio News Report:

Crucial links of interest:
Track Santa for Santa — Become an Elf!
See Santa on the World Map
Tracking Department Website
Email Santa your wishlist

North Pole News