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NEWS For the CCW Walking past the onion-domed St. Michael's Cathedral in Sitka this Alaska Day weekend, I was struck by the kaleidoscope of costumes. At first glance, I saw a confusing mash-up of ruffles, ribbons, feathers, kilts, shawls, petticoats, khaki and camouflage. By the end of the day, however, the pieces aligned, creating a living exhibit showcasing Alaska's past and present.

Sitkans don a kaleidoscope of costumes for Alaska Day

The Keystone Kops, Alaska Day cheerleaders since the 1950s, used their bright clothing to fulfill an oath to
The Keystone Kops, Alaska Day cheerleaders since the 1950s, used their bright clothing to fulfill an oath to "mayhem and merriment."
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