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Bill Dunkelberger fishing shrimp in the 1930s.

March 31, 1982- Don Schultz has three months left before he retires as superintendent of the Petersburg School District, and the School Board has more than 100 applicants to sift through before the position is filled.

As of March 26, 102 applications had been received by the Alaska School Board Associations which was retained to conduct the search for a new superintendent after Schultz announced last fall his intention to resign at the end of June.

“That’s a lot of paperwork to go through,” said School Board President Patricia Norheim. The applications were accepted through Wednesda...

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