Articles from the May 10, 2012 edition

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Matanuska hits Ocean Beauty dock

PETERSBURG — The Alaska Marine Highway ferry...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    May 10, 2012

Passengers barely felt impact of crash into Ocean Beauty dock

Passengers of the M/V Matanuska said they barely felt the impact when the ferry crashed into Ocean...

 

Yesterday’s News

May 12, 1982 - A 41-2 strike vote by...

 

To the Editor

How Was Prom? To the Editor: “How was Prom?” This was the primary question asked of me in the...

 

Police reports

May 2 Christopher Haerling, 20, was cited on charges of suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    May 10, 2012

City awards $3.9 million library construction contract

The City Council on Monday awarded ASRC McGraw Constructors the construction bid for the new...

 

Court report

May 3 Frances D. Yatchmenoff, 40, entered a Not Guilty plea in District Court to the charges of DUI...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    May 10, 2012

City manager's report: Residents can pay utilities online

Petersburg residents can now pay their utility bills online. A new program allows utility customers...

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    May 10, 2012

Locals speak out against Kake-Petersburg Road project at City Council meeting

Frustrated by the lack of public forum regarding proposed funding for the Kake-Petersburg Road,...

 

Main street project to be discussed at Chamber retail committee meeting

Diane Powell from the Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities will be at the Retail...

 

Annual School Stikine River Trip

Fourth grade students from Wrangell and...

 
 By Orin Pierson    Sports    May 10, 2012

Vikings sweep four games at home

Vikings baseball swept a home series against Craig...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    May 10, 2012

Fish Factor

Soccer balls…motorcycles… reminders of the massive tsunami in Japan a year ago are now appearing...

 

Voluntary dockside exams

Coast Guard Commercial Fishing Vessel Examiners will be conducting voluntary dockside examinations...

 

Southeast Alaska 2012 lingcod sort fishing regulations set for the northern Southeast area

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game recently announced that the lingcod sport fishing seasons,...

 

Southeast Alaska 2012 lingcod sort fishing regulations set for the southern Southeast area

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game recently announced that the lingcod sport fishing seasons,...

 

PROM 2012

More than 100 students attended the Petersburg...

 

Southeast fishermen approve permit buyback plan

KETCHIKAN (AP) — Southeast Alaska commercial fishermen have approved a $13 million plan to buy...

 

Alaska canneries can hire foreign workers for now

KODIAK, Alaska (AP) — Canneries in Alaska can continue to hire foreign workers until at least...

 

NMFS monitors Petersburg gillnetters

PETERSBURG (AP) — Observers hired by the National Marine Fisheries Service will monitor...

 

High court to hear redistricting petition

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Supreme Court plans to hear arguments Thursday on whether a...

 

Fourth of July theme announced

The 4th of July committee recently announced that the theme for this 4th of July is: From Sea to...

 

Hospital Guild celebrates 75 years of service

This year the Hospital Silver Tea will be held on Thursday, May 17 from 2 - 4 pm in the Long Term...

 

Library News

The library will be closed Saturday, May 19 for Little Norway Paint with Doris Olsen - Vikings & Vik...

 

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