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 By Suzanne Ashe    News    March 1, 2012

Boundary commission releases recommendation

A report released last week by the Local Boundary Commission (LBC) regarding the petition for the Ci...

 

Deconstructing history

Silas Flor (left) and Chris Bearly clear away the...

 

Yesterday's News

March 3, 1982 - The “Jaws of Life” was...

 

USCGC Elderberry goes in for repairs

The USCGC Elderberry is currently at the Base...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    March 1, 2012

City manager reports North Harbor project is green-lighted, and other projects in the works

The Governor's 2013 budget will include $3.5 million for the North Harbor Replacement as well as...

 

Letters to the Editor

Field inventories needed To the Editor: The Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan FEIS of...

 

Peggy’s Corner of the House

The buzz in the hallways, here at the capital, is...

 

Police Reports

Feb. 22 - Caller asked for a welfare check on S. Nordic. Caller reported a vehicle hit a dog and...

 

Court Reports

Feb. 23 - Judge William Carey heard testimony from Parole Officer Marylee Cassell Quinto in an...

 

Guest Editorial

Alaska’s current petroleum tax system, Alaska’s Clear and Equitable Share (or ACES, for short),...

 

Murkowski says 'ANWR will happen' — but not soon

JUNEAU (AP) — U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Thursday that drilling will happen in the Arctic Natio...

 

Knitting group

Using donated yarn, these ladies made blankets,...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    March 1, 2012

Petersburg and Wrangell residents asked about bio fuels

Last week, residents with a landline received an automated phone call asking them about their...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    Dockside    March 1, 2012

Trident expands ice-making capacity

Trident Seafoods in Petersburg may be the smallest of the three seafood processors, but it has the...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    March 1, 2012

Drug dog visits schools unannounced

At the regular Petersburg School Board meeting Feb. 21, Superintendent of Schools, Robert Thomason...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    March 1, 2012

Biologist Lowell speaks on Etolin Island elk study

A lack of information about the elk on Etolin Island sparked a collaborative study between the...

 

Audubon says Sealaska targeting Tongass trees

ANCHORAGE (AP) — More than 12,000 acres of the Tongass National Forest's oldest and largest trees...

 

State Senator proposes redistricting board change

JUNEAU (AP) — The board that redraws Alaska's political boundaries would be comprised of five...

 

Fish Factor

State fishery managers project a lower Alaska salmon harvest this year, due to an expected decrease...

 

Beverley Jean (Reid) Coleman, 59

Beverley Jean (Reid) Coleman, born April 8, 1952...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    March 1, 2012

Keep Alaska Competitive predicts oil production's grim future

The Make Alaska Competitive Coalition claims...

 

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