BARROW, Alaska — Standing on the sidelines, looking across the high school football field, it all seems normal. The zebra-striped officials, the screaming parents, the face-painted cheerleaders. But normal? This is anything but.
Four of the six officials are working their first game. The calendar says it’s the middle of August, but snow flurries fill the air. While the cheerleaders drape themselves in blankets, the parents and children wear sealskin and caribou parkas.
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