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 By Ron Loesch    News    April 5, 2012

Chief warns:

Police Chief Jim Agner warned the Petersburg Rotary Club members on Wednesday that a jump in heroin...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    April 5, 2012

Romiad relocation stalls, building scheduled to be torn down

Negotiations have fallen flat regarding funding for the relocation of the 29-year-old Romiad buildin...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    April 5, 2012

Big turn out for Choose Respect march and rally

Schools students and public officials...

 

Yesterday’s News

April 7, 1982 - Before construction even begins...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    April 5, 2012

City Council report: City prepares to file again on redistricting

Petersburg will be ready once again to go to...

 

Letters to the Editor

Fundraising drive a success To the Editor: Rae C. Stedman Elementary recognizes the combined...

 
 By Ron Loesch    Opinion    April 5, 2012

Editorial

Last year the Sons of Norway Fedrelandet Lodge #23 celebrated their 100th birthday as an organizatio...

 

Peggy's Corner

Hello again from the Legislature. Now that we’re...

 

Police Reports

March 28 Officers responded to a welfare check on Haugen Drive. Caller reported the theft of propert...

 

Court Reports

March 26 Martin Baker was arraigned in Trial Court on charges of assault, a fourth degree...

 

Dangerous Waters reality TV show screens in Petersburg

Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the T...

 

Third Sitka Sound herring opener set for Thursday

On Monday, April 2, the Sitka Sound herring sac...

 

Coast Guard monitors tsunami ghost ship drifting northwest

ANCHORAGE (AP) — A derelict Japanese ship dislodged by last year's massive tsunami was drifting...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    April 5, 2012

Petitions ask to recall WMC Board members

WRANGELL Eight recall petition applications to remove all but one member of the Wrangell Medical...

 

Seafood reps talk jobs to congress

For the first time ever, seafood industry reps were invited to brief policy makers in Congress on...

 

Southeast Alaska king salmon sport fishing regulations for 2012

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game sport fishing regulations for king (Chinook) salmon in...

 

Road improvement bids set for May

City Manager Steve Giesbrecht reported to the City Council on Monday that several city projects are...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    Dockside    April 5, 2012

USCG Cutter Hickory visits Petersburg

The USCG Cutter Hickory last week made a brief...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    April 5, 2012

Foot races just got hi-tech in Petersburg

Participants in Petersburg triathlons and 5-K runs will soon have the quickest, most-accurate race...

 

Judd, Jenny wed

Petersburg residents Tammy Judd and Douglas Jenny...

 

Last concert of arts season

The French Canadian band Grand Derangement...

 

Community Foundation grant cycle closing

The Petersburg Community Foundation’s third grant-making opportunity is now open. A total of...

 

Scholarships available for students statewide

The Alaska Community Foundation has scholarships available for current and incoming college...

 

Library News

Free Books for Kids/Stuffed Animal Sleep Over - Friday March 30, 10 am – 4 pm. Choose a free book...

 
 By Troy Larson    Dockside    April 5, 2012

Shipping herring

A large Korean ship, the M/V Jochoh has been...

 

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