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2008 Arctic Winter Games return to birthplace in Yellowknife

...presented to them by Wendy Bilerou, AWG 2008 Yellowknife Host Society president and deputy mayor of Yellowknife. Photo By Brian Keith Like the salmon...are held where the games originated in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. This...

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Peninsula athletes take 32 ulus

...athletes, coaches and chaperones to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, from March...first Arctic Winter Games were held in Yellowknife in 1970. According to the Web site...delegations attended the opening ceremonies in Yellowknife. Team Alaska had a total of 350 people...

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Sports Brief

...Kasilof athletes Benjamin Baldwin and Kaillee Skjold also participated in the Arctic Winter Games from March 9 to 15 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The due were inadvertently omitted from an article on the games in Thursday's Clarion...

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Can-do spirit guides organizers of 2006 and 2008 Arctic Winter Games

...the organizers of the 2008 Games in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. That reality is that Yellowknife sits in the middle of expansive and beautiful...focused on the unique opportunities Yellowknife can present. ?The vastness of our tundra...

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Arctic Winter Games team applications available

...delegation to the 2008 Arctic Winter Games, scheduled for March 9 through 15 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. Those wishing to participate in the Yellowknife Games as members of Team Alaska's Arctic Sports teams in the Dene Games...

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Gold medalists

...back row fifth from left, a junior at Kenai Central High School, participated in the 2008 Arctic Winter Games held in Yellowknife, Canada on the junior females indoor soccer team during the week of March 9 through 15. Team Alaska, comprised of soccer...

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Terry Brooks brings magic to the Arctic Winter Games

...Brooks has been serious about his magic act for about five years. He hasn?t quit his day job yet; back home in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, he works for the government as the manager of property assessment. He?s also a school board...

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?Release the Spirit Within? closing ceremonies to be an event to remember

...demonstrates ?the ideals of fair play and team spirit.? The AWGIC flag will be presented to Yellowknife Mayor Gordon Van Tighem. Yellowknife, located in the Northwest Territories, as the host of the 2008 Arctic Winter Games. Van Tighem...

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Sports Briefs

...list, Kenai Central's Trent Semmens still qualified for the Arctic Winter Games, which will be held from March 9-15 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territory, Canada. The top 15 participants on the boys J1/OJ points list qualify for a spot on the Alaska...

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Peninsula, Arctic Winter Games

...The following local athletes have been chosen to represent Team Alaska for basketball at the 2008 Arctic Winter Games in Yellowknife Northwest Territories in Canada in March: Jessie Duke from Soldotna High School and Kailee Skjold from Ninilchik School...

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