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Borough offices move; open for business Monday

The Petersburg Borough Administration offices...

 

PMC to promote quality services and clinical excellence

Petersburg Medical Center’s strategic plan includes monitoring and improving health care services...

 

Girl Scouts take part in STEM workshop

The Petersburg Girls Scouts enjoyed a day long STEM workshop at the Sons of Norway Hall lead by...

 

Yesterday's News

February 23, 1917 – Charles Smith has offered to sell his big residence and lots to the Hospital...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    February 23, 2017

Wrangell Hospital reports billing contractor saving money

WRANGELL – The hospital approved a response to the Wrangell Borough Assembly regarding the future...

 

Fewer whales winding up entangled in Hawaii debris

WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) – The number of whales getting tangled up in fishing gear in Hawaiian waters...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    February 23, 2017

Wrangell manager search to reboot after fly-in interview

WRANGELL – After meeting with one candidate in a closed-door session last week, the Wrangell...

 

Editorial: State needs new funds to sustain services

After two years of kicking the can down the road, this may be the year the Legislature finally gets...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    February 23, 2017

Wrangell man partakes in March for Life

WRANGELL – A Wrangellite took part in the 44th...

 

Police reports

Feb. 15 — An abandoned vehicle was reported in the Petersburg Medical Center parking lot. Three...

 

Rep. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins to hold office hours

State representative Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins will be in Petersburg on Sat., Feb. 25 to hold public...

 
 By Dan Rudy    Sports    February 23, 2017

Petersburg beats K-High in fast paced game

The Vikings played a high octane, non-conference g...

 

Wrangell approves hotel tidelands purchase

WRANGELL  – At its rescheduled meeting last...

 

Commissioner quits justice panel that called for changes

JUNEAU (AP) - A supporter of Alaska’s sweeping criminal justice legislation is no longer a member...

 

Troopers seize $600,000 in marijuana at grow near Tok

ANCHORAGE (AP) – Alaska State Trooper investigators have seized marijuana with an estimated...

 

U of Alaska agrees to resolve sex harassment, assault issues

JUNEAU (AP) – The University of Alaska system has agreed to resolve issues stemming from a...

 

Obituary, Gary James Stevens, 75

Gary James Stevens passed away February 12, 2017,... Full story

 

NSRAA meeting notice

Northern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association Inc., (NSRAA) will hold its spring board of...

 

Kenai Peninsula pot businesses may ad $5M boost to economy

KENAI (AP) – With several marijuana businesses up and running on the Kenai Peninsula in...

 

Environmental groups back feds in lawsuit over hunting ban

KENAI (AP) – More than a dozen environmental groups are seeking to join lawsuits filed by the stat...

 

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