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The 2019 Nenana Ice Classic tripod fell six days earlier than the previous record. [Read More]
Early ice melt has provided a record finish to an annual Alaska guessing game that's been going on for 102 years, officials said. The... [Read More]
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The Nenana Ice Classic, a betting match on when ice on Alaska's Tanana River breaks up enough to tip a tripod linked to a clock,... [Read More]
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It was the earliest river break up in the history of the 102-year contest. [Read More]
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In the earliest breakup since the contest began in 1917, the Nenana Ice Classic Tripod fell early this morning. [Read More]
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The Nenana Ice Classic clock shows the time, in Alaska Standard Time, that the ice officially went out on the Tanana River. The official time... [Read More]
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Based on photos and Rebecca Troxel, Nenana Ice Classic watcher, it appears the ice has gone out the Tanana River and tripped the tripod to... [Read More]
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People gather at the edge of the Tanana River in Nenana on Saturday, April 13, 2019, as the tripod — it has four legs —... [Read More]
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The Nenana Ice Classic tripod is currently leaving ticket holders on edge as the tripod leans on the ice. [Read More]
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