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Petersburg recovers from heavy snow and rain

Southeast Alaska was covered in a fresh layer of snow last weekend followed by rainfall which caused... Full story

 

Petersburg police officer fired after social media post

An officer at the Petersburg Police Department, who was hired on June 22, 2021 as a Police Officer I... Full story

 

Active cases jump to 27

Petersburg has reached 27 active cases of COVID-19 according to the Petersburg Medical Center's...

 

Yesterday's News

January 13 , 1922 The Petersburg Hospital is now for all intents and purposes the property of the Town of Petersburg; At the council meeting recently...

 

Editorial:

After closing for the day last Friday, the team at the newspaper gathered around two boxes of pizza and celebrated our first week with yours truly as...

 

To the Editor

Why all purpose vehicles should be legal in Petersburg To The Editor: I’m 74 years old and live on Sandy Beach Road. In recent heavy snow and icy...

 

Police report

January 5 — An assault was reported on Lumber Street. A citizen was assisted on Fram Street. Ryan Dawson was arrested for Violation Conditions of Re...

 

Guest Editorial: Reality in short supply among some legislators

Every year, before the Legislature convenes in Juneau, lawmakers submit their “pre-file bills,” a chance to tell the public which important...

 

School board debates changes to mitigation plan

The Petersburg School Board held a work session Tuesday night to discuss potential changes to the...

 
 By Jess Field    News    January 13, 2022

Removing lots and lots of snow

Leaving his warm house and family behind at 2:30 a.m., during winter months in order to plow snow...

 

Vakker Sted affordable housing complex now accepting applications

Applications are now open for apartments within the Vakker Sted affordable housing complex...

 

Ice skate pond lights delayed until spring

The installation of permanent lights at the ice skate pond will not be completed this winter after early freezing conditions and shipping delays...

 

PHS will host JV tournament after varsity cancellations

Petersburg High School boys and girls varsity basketball games were canceled this weekend after Craig was unable to travel due to COVID-19 cases in...

 

Alaska Fish Factor: Pacific Halibut Commission will set catch later this month

Wow, there is a lot of fishing going on across Alaska! Salmon is the heart of Alaska’s seafood industry but winter is when the fishing action...

 

Stork report

Ralin Douglas Ware 5.3 lbs born January 6th, 2022 at 8:56 pm (left) and Finley Vincent Ware 5.3 lbs...

 

Artifact Archive

Fur buyer Andy Anderson traveled to trapping camps on buying trips around Southeast. In 1921, he...

 

Obituary

Myles (Mike) Harai was born January 27, 1933, in Kealakekua in the Territory of Hawaii to Minoru... Full story

 

Annual winter reading challenge supports local nonprofits

The Petersburg Public Library is hosting its annual winter reading challenge, encouraging people to read and participate in activities around town...

 

Icy rentals

Alex Rodriguez-Smith works on building an igloo constructed with an estimated 225 blocks which...

 

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