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 About Town    June 23, 2016 

Yesterday's News

June 24, 1916 – About 800 fish, the first of the season, were received at the cannery. They came from the Colpoys traps, and consisted of 40 Kings, a few humpbacks, small cohoes and chums, and the balance sockeyes. Last year the Colpoys traps were...

 
 About Town    June 23, 2016 

2015 - 2016 Petersburg High School Honor Roll and Academic Excellence

Highest Honor Roll 12th Grade: Joshua James Andrews, Ruby M. Brock, Kelly S. Engell, Arlan John Erickson Jr., Stuart H. Medalen, Hannah Rose Pfundt, Josie M. Prus, Chauncy Nicholas Sandhofer, Kylie G. Wallace. 11th Grade: Casey A Bell, Alexandra K....

 
 About Town    June 16, 2016

Yesterday's News

June 17, 1916 – The work is in progress this week of fixing up 150 feet of Hogue's warehouse on the approach to the Citizens' wharf for the Gardner shrimp-packing plant. Lou Wing, who last season was engaged with the local cannery, is to be...

 
 About Town    June 16, 2016

Stork report

Nolan Michael Gibb was born to Ariel Norheim and Derek Gibb at the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center on May 30, 2016. He weighed 7 lbs. 8 oz....

 
 About Town    June 16, 2016

School News

Montana State University The following students were named to the honor rolls at Montana State University for spring semester: Ian Fleming, Abigail Johnson and Abigail Taylor were named to the Dean's Honor Roll. Clara Medalen, and Torin Pfundt were...

 
 About Town    June 9, 2016

Yesterday's News

June 10, 1916 – An unusual type of vessel for these waters arrived in port – a stern wheel steamer, the Onimeca, on her way from Puget Sound to Cook Inlet. She proceeded on her way westward. The Onimeca was purchased recently by the government...

 
 About Town    June 9, 2016

School News

Gonzaga University Carolyn Kvernvik was named to the Gonzaga University President's List for spring semester 2016. University of Alaska Southeast Krissa Davis graduated from the University of Alaska Southeast with an Associate of Applied Science in...

 
 About Town    June 2, 2016

Yesterday's News

June 3, 1916 – The Border Line steamer Despatch was in port southbound yesterday afternoon, having made the trip north on the west coast. The officers of the steamer reported having had a very interesting and enjoyable trip from Seattle to Port...

 
 About Town    June 2, 2016

LNF $100 cash raffle and dessert winners

5/2 $100-Sharon Kivisto / Cardamom Cake — Angela Christensen 5/3 $100- Margaret Reddy / Mazarin Torte Janet Kvernvik 5/4 $100 -Shirley Matheny / Almond Cake Sig Mathisen 5/5 $100 -Joann Padgett / Oreo Cheesecake Serena Newman 5/6 $100- Kim Kivisto...

 
 About Town    June 2, 2016

Petersburg's Class of 2016 graduates

Scholarships earned by this year's graduates Elks National MVS Scholarship Stuart Medalen Elks Nat'l Foundation Legacy Award Adanna Kvernvik Elks Scholastic Award Kylie Wallace, Stuart Medalen, Chaunc...

 
 About Town    May 26, 2016

Yesterday's News

May 27, 1916 – The picnic and clam bake given by the Arctic Brotherhood was a success, despite rather uncertain weather on leaving Petersburg in the early morning. Hogue and Tveten's launch Trygve and Dr. Pryer's launch Nux carried the twenty-six...

 
 About Town    May 19, 2016

Yesterday's News

Yesterday’s News May 20, 1916 – A request was received from the Petersburg Packing Company that water be turned on at the cannery June 1 and that the council fix the price for water service for the season. After considerable discussion and...

 

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