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Scow Bay turnout meeting draws over 30

Over 30 people turned out for a meeting to discuss long-term goals for developing the Scow Bay turno...

 

TLO backs away from logging option in Petersburg

With the introduction of land exchange legislation in Congress, the Alaska Mental Health Land Trust has backed away from logging Trust lands in...

 
 By Dan Rudy    Sports    January 26, 2017

Vikings boys continue winning streak as season half nears

The Petersburg High School boys basketball team continued its winning streak over the weekend,...

 
 By Dan Rudy    Sports    January 26, 2017

Petersburg girls play defensively in Metakatla

The Lady Vikings went up against region leaders Metlakatla in a pair of away games over the weekend. Both games were characterized by a lot of...

 

Yesterday's News

January 27, 1917 – Further particulars regarding the new herring cannery to be established at Port Walter by the Alaska Pacific-Herring Company...

 

Clarification

Petersburg Indian Association board member candidate Will Ware who submitted a challenge letter following the PIA election, withdrew as a candidate...

 

Alaska man caught with meth on ferry sentenced to prison

JUNEAU (AP) – A 21-year-old man caught transporting methamphetamine on a ferry running between Washington state and Ketchikan, Alaska, has been...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    January 26, 2017

Anan permits available starting next week

WRANGELL – The Forest Service (USFS) announced its permits for visiting Anan Wildlife Observatory this summer will be available at the start of...

 

To the Editor

A demand for floathouses To the Editor: I’ve been following the Stikine River houseboat dilemma for some time now with interest. I did moose...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    January 26, 2017

More butter clams carrying PSP risk

WRANGELL – A new sample site shows more butter clams carry the risk of paralytic shellfish...

 

Women's March Petersburg

As part of the wider Women's March to Washington, about 70 people met at the Tides Inn on Saturday...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    January 26, 2017

Roller derby team takes on task of Wrangell recycling

WRANGELL – Taking up the mantle left by the Lions Club after it closed its Wrangell chapter last...

 

Fish Factor: New items revealed at Alaska Symphony of Seafood

Candied salmon ice cream … poke snack kits … salmon bisque baby food … fish skin tote bags and pet oils – Those are among the more than 20...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    January 26, 2017

New manager named for Wrangell Trident plant

WRANGELL – Trident Seafoods will be welcoming a new manager for its Wrangell plant during the...

 

Alaska board issues recommendations for fish habitat permits

KENAI (AP) – The Alaska Board of Fisheries is asking the state Legislature to reconsider the state’s fish habitat permitting process. The board...

 

Alaska dividend bill draws support from unusual allies

JUNEAU (AP) – Legislators on opposite ends of the political spectrum are supporting an Alaska Senate bill to restore the portion of Alaskans’ oil...

 

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