Petersburg Visitor Guide

South Harbor dredging to begin this October

Following a successful bid opening, the South Harbor dredge project is gearing up toward an October...

PSD offers contract to new secondary school principal

The Petersburg School District has made a contract offer to a new secondary school principal which...

FY23 budget passes first reading in close vote

The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted in a close 4-3 vote in favor of the borough's proposed FY23...

Trident will keep Wrangell plant closed another year

WRANGELL - Seattle-based Trident Seafoods will not open its Wrangell processing plant this summer,...

Pilot wins two Alaska Press Club awards

Petersburg Pilot reporter Chris Basinger won a second-place award for Best Public Safety Reporting...

One survivor's story: How art can help others

As part of the Working Against Violence for Everyone (WAVE) anniversary celebration at the end of...

Worker shortage 'is real,' says state labor economist

WRANGELL — Anyone who wants to get a pizza midweek at the Marine Bar or a steak or burger at the Elks Lodge knows that worker shortages have...

Tidal Network internet tower delivery delayed

WRANGELL — A pair of mobile towers on wheels that were anticipated to arrive this month in Wrangell for a pilot broadband network have been...

Legislation would allow online raffle sales to continue

Unless the Legislature acts, Alaska nonprofits will have to stop selling raffle tickets online June 30. The state has allowed online sales by...

PHS track and field shows improvement in Juneau: Lucas breaks school record

20 students on the Petersburg High School track and field team competed in the Capital City Invitational last weekend which saw many on the young...

Vikings drop home series to Ketchikan

The Petersburg High School baseball team went up against the Kayhi Kings in a home series last...

VSC swimmers wrap up season at Junior Olympics

The Viking Swim Club ended its season with five swimmers attending the Alaska Junior Olympics meet...

Guest Editorial

The Legislature is working toward the largest capital budget in a long time. Municipalities are hearing “yes” instead of years of “no” to...

To the Editor

Making the World a Better Place To the Editor: I love people that have no idea how wonderful they are just wandering around making the world a...

Yesterday's News

May 12, 1922 Keep your pocket books open Wednesday. The members of the Petersburg Fire Department and the school children will be holding a tag sale...

Obituary: Lois DeBoer August 26th, 1935 - May 4th, 2022

Our mother, Lois Ellen was born on August 26th, 1935 in Mandan, North Dakota to Alice and Carl... Full story

Police report

May 4 – An officer responded to a report of animal cruelty on North 14th Street. A citizen reported finding lost property on the Hammer Slough...

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