Articles from the January 19, 2012 edition

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Electricity use reaches all time peak

The cities of Wrangell and Petersburg maxed out the available power from the Tyee Hydroelectric...

 
 By Ron Loesch    News    January 19, 2012

PMP&L continues to push for plant relocation to Scow Bay

Petersburg Power and Light Superintendent Joe...

 

Yesterday's News

January 20, 1982 - Local educators, counselors...

 
 By Ron Loesch    News    January 19, 2012

City council revises current year budget

On Tuesday night the city council revised its current fiscal year budget by reallocating funds to...

 

City sells two parcels of land at auction

Two single-family residential lots measuring 100 ft. by 50 ft. were auctioned at Tuesday night’s...

 

New reporter joins Pilot & Sentinel staff

Kaitlyn McAvoy has been hired as the Wrangell...

 

City buys new air packs for fire department

The city council approved the expenditure of $237,945 for the purchase of 30 new air packs, 70 new...

 
 By Ron Loesch    Opinion    January 19, 2012

Praise to my wife

It all started with a pat on the back from the Chief of Police who praised the work of one of his...

 

Lady Vikings get a win against very good team

Mt Edgecumbe’s Lady Braves came to town last...

 

Vikings win two and lose a few at Ketchikan Jamboree

Ketchikan hosted a basketball jamboree this weeken...

 

Local fish and game elections

The Petersburg Fish and Game Advisory Committee elections and meeting will be held January 21 at...

 

Fish Factor

Most people don’t know that 40 years ago Alaska pioneered the use of sonar to track salmon runs, o...

 

Ice fog mist

Wednesday morning fog rolled along the icey shore...

 

Stork Report

Victoria Bliss Wright was born at 5:33 p.m. on...

 

Stork report

Tyler Joseph Jacobsen-Wilson was born at 1:41 p.m. on December 21, 2011, to Paul and Chelsea Wilson...

 

Council regrets leaving redistricting suit

After hearing initial news reports from the redistricting lawsuit brought by Fairbanks, some of the...

 

Blue skies and subzero temps

Temperatures plunged and the clouds parted this...

 

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