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 By Lizzie Thompson    News    April 25, 2024

Petersburg hosts Region V Art Fest

Last weekend art students and teachers from nine Southeast Alaska high schools arrived in...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    April 11, 2024

Museum celebrates Petersburg pets; Humane association marks 25 years

In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Petersburg Humane Association (PHA) has filled the windo...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 7, 2024

Ellia Stewart wins Stedman Elementary's 2024 Spelling Bee

Last Friday morning Stedman Elementary school students, their teachers, family and friends gathered...

 

PHS Play opens tonight!

Tonight at the Sid and Vera Wright Auditorium, Petersburg High School's theater program will debut i...

 

New Special Ed teacher was the Philippines' 2022 Education Specialist of the Year

Rosal Concepcion is eagerly awaiting her exit clearance for travel from Manila, Philippines, to...

 

Petersburg art teacher makes the most of her sabbatical

Ashley Lohr's newest art show opens at the Clausen Museum this Friday, November 3, with a reception...

 

Kari Petersen completes LMT program after years of setbacks

After a series of setbacks, Kari Petersen recently returned to Petersburg from Fort Collins,...

 

An indoor jungle on Baranof Street

When Dasha Contag moved from Juneau to Petersburg in July of 2022 she moved an indoor jungle with...

 

Math teacher, Megan Smith, added to PHS roster

At the end of July Megan Smith loaded her car, a U-Haul truck, her nine and twelve year old...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    August 3, 2023

ORCA theater camp stages outdoor play at Sandy Beach

Eighteen Petersburg youth ages 7 to 12 have been spending their afternoons at Sandy Beach Park...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    July 20, 2023

Thirty-seven years in the making, Hoopie Davidson's chess set is complete

Before becoming one of Petersburg's favorite school bus drivers Hoopie Davidson started making a... Full story

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    June 22, 2023

Warmack, 12, rocks lead guitar in New York City benefit concerts

The day after Petersburg Middle School let out for summer, 7th grader Ari Warmack boarded a plane...

 

Southeast Alaskans called to monitor for invasive green crab

Metlakatla Indian Community Mayor Albert Smith wants everyone to spread the word-the invasive Europe...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    May 4, 2023

PMC expands summer youth programming

A press release this week announced that Petersburg Medical Center Youth Programs will offer expande...

 

National Library Week is a good time to check out your library

With its comprehensive slate of services and robust programming, the Petersburg Public Library is a...

 

New PHS drama teacher stages ancient Greek comedy

Students in the Petersburg High School drama program are practicing their lines in anticipation of p...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 30, 2023

Hyer family to set sail from San Diego to New Zealand

On September first Dr. Jennifer (Jen) Hyer will begin an eighteen month sabbatical from the...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 23, 2023

Boardwalk fundraiser transports audience back to the '20s

After putting their dinner theater fundraiser on hold three years ago, the Clausen Museum is...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 16, 2023

Couples give country swing dance class a whirl

Mary Clemens and Bill Moulton have teamed up for the fourth time to share their love of country...

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 16, 2023

Master weaver offers class at library

Ketchikan artist and master basket weaver Kathryn Rousso is coming to the Petersburg Public Library...

 

Elks celebrates Hoop Shoot hot shots

Petersburg Elks Lodge hosted a dinner and awards ceremony last Thursday to honor the kids who...

 

Lutefisk and Lefse: Traditional recipes connecting generations

Petersburg's Sons of Norway Hall was bustling on Sunday afternoon as members readied the hall and...

 

Project Connect reaches out to those experiencing homelessness

Last Tuesday Humanity in Progress held the sixth annual Project Connect Resource Fair in Petersburg,...

 

Regional art show arrives at Clausen

Clausen Museum Director Cindi Lagoudakis and local artist Suzanne Fuqua are both participants in the...

 

PHS Cheer Squad is taking cheer off the sidelines

Petersburg High School Cheer Squad's new coach, Andrea Weathers, is on a mission to bring cheer off...

 

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