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April 20, 1917 - J. H. Scott arrived here on the City of Seattle and has taken charge, as superintendent, of the Doyhof Fish Products Company cannery. Mr. Scott reports that some extensive improvements will be made, including the installing of a...

 

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April 13, 1917 - W.E. Worth came in last Saturday from Whale Pass, where he had been employed for the past six months at the A. K. Foss logging camp. He had intended to return to Petersburg several months ago, but his boat froze in in December and th...

 

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April 6, 1917 - Sergeant McLaughlin has asked the Signal Service Office at Seattle for a second operator at the Petersburg wireless station. The business here now has increased to such extent as to make it a difficult matter for one man to handle it...

 

Cutting concrete

Underground scanning equipment will arrive in Petersburg today to locate sewer lines that may have failed under the Wells Fargo Bank on Nordic Dr. Business Manager David Byrne said the ductile iron...

 

School News

Sierra Strueli has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Montana....

 

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March 30, 1917 – There will be English services at the church Sunday morning at 11:30 o’clock; Norwegian services at 7 o’clock in the evening; Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Good Friday, Norwegian services at 7 p. m. At this service the Lord’s...

 

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March 23, 1917 – Ole and Peter Knutsen arrived home on the Spokane, Monday, after a several months’ visit in Puget Sound cities. They are now getting their barrel factory in shape for the season’s operations. Although hoop iron is still a...

 

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March 16, 1917 – A letter from J. L. McPherson, manager of the Alaska Bureau of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, gives details of the big excursion tour of Alaska being organized by the bureau-in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the...

 

Community Foundation grants

The Petersburg Community Foundation announces that the 2017 grant cycle opened March 13. Our community foundation acts as a charitable permanent fund to support beneficial projects in Petersburg. Between $12,000 and $14,000 will be awarded to a...

 

MATCH program for SE Adults applications due Friday

MATCH is a new and free program that provides college and career counseling starting in each student's hometown, followed by a week of college and career awareness training in Juneau from April 10 -...

 

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