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Peterson leads Kake to Masters semifinals

...Jackson scored 7, Mike Martin and Tim James 6 apiece and Keith Nelson 4.Frank Joseph scored 10 points for Angoon, Roger Williams added 8, Ed Jack 7, Joe Johnson and Randy Gamble 6 apiece, Kirk Sharp 4, and Floyd Jim and Walter Jack 2 apiece...

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Sports | Gold Medal
Klukwan outshoots Angoon in Masters action

...Walter Jack missed just two shots from past the arch in his total of 21 points for Angoon, E. Jack added nine, Roger Williams eight, Sharp seven, Gamble six, and Frank Joseph and Joe Johnson two apiece.Wassman led Klukwan with 20 points...

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Roger Williams Jr.

Juneau resident Roger Williams Jr., 48, died Oct. 14, 2005, at Mount Edgecumbe Hospital. He was born to Roger Williams Sr. and Vivian Martin on Dec. 26, 1956. Roger and his brother...

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Photo: Making music in 1946

From left: Eddie Williams, James Austin, Harry Watson Jr., Archie Cavanaugh, Roger Williams and Richard Stitt play in the Short Circuit Band in Wrangell. The image comes from William Paul Jr.'s photo collection, which...

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Photo: Short Circuit Band, 1946

The Short Circuit Band plays at the 1946 Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Sisterhood Convention in Wrangell. From left are Eddie Williams, James Austin, Harry Watson Jr., Archie Cavanaugh, Roger Williams and Richard Stitt.

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This Day in History

...Peter Kalamarides' suggestion that the capital be moved from Juneau. In the nation In 1635, religious dissident Roger Williams was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1701, the Collegiate School of Connecticut - later Yale University...

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This Day in History

...the Alaska Constitutional Convention adjourned in Fairbanks. In the nation In 1631, the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, and his wife arrived in Boston from England. In 1897, the Indiana House of Representatives passed, 67-0, a...

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This Day in History

...for U.S. guided missiles from White Sands, New Mexico. In the nation ? In 1631, the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, and his wife arrived in Boston from England. ? In 1881, Phoenix, Ariz., was incorporated. ? In 1917, Congress...

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This Day in History

...range for U.S. guided missiles from White Sands, N.M. In the nation In 1631, the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, and his wife arrived in Boston from England. In 1881, Phoenix was incorporated. In 1917, Congress passed, over...

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This Day in History

...rains narrowly missed hitting an apartment building and a trailer court. In the nation In 1635, religious dissident Roger Williams was ordered banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1701, the Collegiate School of Connecticut - later Yale...

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