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 By Jess Field    News    February 3, 2022

Séet Ká Festival debuts in Petersburg

Attendees to the upcoming Séet Ká Festival in town should leave with a wealth of knowledge...

 

Chad Wright to become new PIA tribal administrator

Chad Wright is set to become the new tribal administrator of the Petersburg Indian Association next...

 

HIP holds fifth annual Project Connect

Humanity In Progress held its fifth annual Project Connect event at the John Hanson Sr. Community...

 

Active COVID-19 cases at 10

As of Tuesday night, the Petersburg Medical Center's COVID-19 Dashboard reported 10 active cases in...

 

Yesterday's News

February 3, 1922 Johnas Olson, well known store man and former general manager of the American mail and passenger route, has been chosen as manager of...

 

COVID-19 airport testing contract expires: PMC will continue providing testing

The borough's contract with the State of Alaska to provide funding for COVID-19 travel testing... Full story

 

Guest Editorial

Those who don’t like Alaska’s new voting system have a couple of choices. They can go about their divisive path, appealing only to the far sides...

 

Superior Court Judge Carey to celebrate retirement in Petersburg

Superior Court Judge William Carey is set to retire later this month after finishing his final...

 

Police report

January 26 – Suspicious activity was reported on First Street. An officer responded and determined it was non-criminal. Dogs in the roadway were rep...

 

Motor pool shop repair reaches final completion

Two and a half years after a fire damaged the motor pool shop at Public Works, the project to...

 

Hospital board reviews staffing amid COVID challenges

The Petersburg Medical Center Hospital Board discussed the hospital's current staffing situation...

 

PHS basketball teams head north

The Petersburg High School boys and girls varsity basketball teams are set to travel to Juneau and Haines this weekend to play their first matches in...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

Seafood is Alaska’s biggest export by far, and state legislators want the federal government to get tougher on trade policies that they say...

 

AP&T SEALink fiber optic cable project through Mitkof Island gets early start

The Alaska Power & Telephone Company's SEALink submarine fiber optic cable project is nearing...

 
 By Larry Persily    News    February 3, 2022

State has money left over to help businesses hurt by pandemic

The state is working through a couple of challenges in its plan to distribute tens of millions of dollars of federal relief funds to municipalities...

 

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