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Jan 10 2011
Lady Wolfpack, Braves Win 44th Joe Floyd Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 January 2011

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            The 44th Annual Joe Floyd Winter Classic Basketball Tournament wrapped up Saturday night with three of the boys teams holding identical records. Mount Edgecumbe, West Valley and Juneau-Douglas were all 2-and-1, while the host Kodiak Bears were 0-and-3. By virtue of a tie-breaker, Mount Edgecumbe, a school in Sitka, was declared the winner.

            Things were a little more clear-cut on the girls' side of the bracket, where both the Lady Bears and West Valley Wolfpack entered Saturday afternoon's game with 2-and-0 records. The Wollfpack, from Fairbanks, edged the Lady Bears 42-39 for the victory and the tourney title.

            The Thunder Mountain girls finished 1-and-2, while the Mount Edgecombe girls were winless.

            Click "Read more" below for scores from all three days of the tournament.

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Jan 10 2011
Orthodox Faithful Celebrate Christmas with 'Starring' PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 10 January 2011

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            Orthodox Christians began observing the Christmas holiday over the weekend. It begins with "starring" - a 200-year-old tradition thought to have originated from Ukrainian missionaries and still embraced by Alaska Natives. In Kodiak, the festivities began Friday at the Holy Resurrection Cathedral before winding up inside private homes. KMXT's Jacob Resneck joined the procession.

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Jan 08 2011
Jock of the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 08 January 2011

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           Best. Jock of the Rock. Ever. Jay, Ron and Casey Kelly decode football pro and college for your listening pleasure.

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Jan 07 2011
Bears Split on Opening Night of 44th Joe Floyd Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 January 2011

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            The 44th Annual Joe Floyd Basketball Tournament kicked off yesterday afternoon with four games and a split decision for the hometown Kodiak Bears.

            The Mount Edgecumbe Braves from Sitka brought both their boys and girls teams. The boys opened the tourney with a 47-42 upset win over the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears. The Lady Braves didn't fair as well against the West Valley Wolfpack, losing 49-to-24. West Valley is a Fairbanks school.

            In the evening games, the Kodiak boys fell to West Valley as well, 58-to-46. In their first game of the season, the Lady Bears dominated the Thunder Mountain Falcons in the nightcap, 43-to-25.

            Thunder Mountain is the relatively new high school in Juneau. 

            In today's games, the West Valley girls play Thunder Mountain at 2 p.m. and the Wolfpack boys take on Juneau Douglas at 3:45. The Lady Bears take on the Braves at 5:30, while the Kodiak boys play Mount Edgecumbe in the nightcap at 7:30.

 
Jan 07 2011
Local Teacher 'Picks Clicks Gives' to Baranof Museum PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 January 2011

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            For the third year in a row, Alaskans have the opportunity to put a portion of their Permanent Fund Dividend towards charity through Pick Click Give. The program, supported by the Rasmuson Foundation, matches PFD applicants with hundreds of the state's many non-profit and charitable organizations.

            As part of its promotion online, Pick Click Give on Facebook asked folks to "confess" what organization they would be giving money to. Part of the promotion was a random drawing giving $500 to one person for their favorite cause. Main Elementary kindergarten teacher Anne Oliver was the winner.

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