Articles from the September 13, 2012 edition

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 By Ron Loesch    News    September 13, 2012

Chief Agner questions refusal to prosecute by DA

Police Chief Jim Agner told the Petersburg Rotary Club Wednesday that he believed cases involving... Full story

 

Master carver visits

Master carver Tommy Joseph poses near the Main...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Council has chosen a site for new Police Station

The Petersburg City Council chose a new home for the Police Department from six different sites... Full story

 

Yesterday's News

September 8, 1982 - It was a fluke that so many coho returned to Crystal Lake hatchery this early in...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

SEAPA to study hydrogen production

The Southeast Alaska Power Agency is preparing a grant application to study the feasibility of... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Petersburg goes another round with vandals

The Petersburg gun range, near Papke’s Landing,...

 

Letters to the editor

Last trip as Representative To the Editor: I have trips to Petersburg and Sitka coming up, this...

 

Editorial: Go to trial

After only one month on the job, Petersburg’s newly appointed Assistant District Attorney...

 

$10,000 reward offered for power outage vandals

A $10,000 reward is being offered by The Southeast Alaska Power Agency (‘SEAPA’) for...

 

Police reports

September 5 A disabled vehicle was reported at 1200 Haugen Drive. September 6 A bicycle was...

 

Courts

September 11 Britt Charles Banry, 25, appeared before Magistrate Desiree Burrell for a...

 

Art on first Friday is fun for all

Petersburg’s First Friday Art Walk was a great...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Petersburg Child Care Center pleads for CIP placement

Petersburg Child Care Center board vice president, Kim Kilkenny asked the Petersburg City Council...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Council prioritizes capital improvements projects

Petersburg Police Station and North Harbor projects will stay at the top of the City Council’s...

 

Trading Union sends donation to Wounded Warriors Program

The Trading Union worked hard over the last two...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Council approves feasibility study

A resolution to support the City of Petersburg’s application to the Alaska Energy Authority’s...

 

Petersburg team takes 12th in Klondike Road Relay

The Petersburg Smashanuskas finished 12th overall...

 

Cross Country Girls take 2nd in Craig

The Viking Cross Country team traveled to Craig over the weekend where the girls finished in second...

 

Petersburg old ‘Tent City’ goes to the dogs

It wasn’t quite raining cats and dogs, but it...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 13, 2012

Final change for the water and sewer reconstruction

The fourth and final change order for the water and sewer reconstruction project has been approved...

 

Humpbacks feeding

Flocks of gulls surround a lunge-feeding humpback...

 

Forest Service mourns passing of district ranger

THORNE BAY — The Thorne Bay Ranger District is...

 

Fish Factor

As Alaska’s salmon season winds down, selling the bulk of the harvest gears up for seafood...

 

AK fisherman adrift in plastic fish bin survives

SITKA, (AP) — A southeast Alaska fisherman who spent a night adrift in a 4-by-4 foot plastic fish...

 

Fall brown bear season opens September 15th, 2012

(Sitka) — The brown bear hunting season in Game Management Unit 4 (GMU 4) opens September 15,...

 

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