Articles from the June 25, 2015 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 24 of 24

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Arson suspected in picnic grounds fire

The Petersburg Ranger District is looking for anyone with information regarding a possible arson at... Full story

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Alaska Supreme Court hears Petersburg vs. Juneau boundary dispute

Justices with the Alaska Supreme Court are now mulling over the boundary dispute case between Petersburg and Juneau. If Juneau prevails, Petersburg... Full story

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Addressing Alaska's domestic violence problem

Traveling across Alaska to address the problem of domestic violence, Roberta James, domestic abuse specialist with Tribal Family and Youth Services,... Full story


Icicle Seafoods split in two in sale

Paine & Partners, LLC of San Francisco announced Friday that it’s entered into agreements to sell Icicle Seafoods to two groups. According to the...


Yesterday's News

June 26, 1915 – The council met in regular session Monday evening. President: Mayor Pryer; Councilmen Brennan, Hogue, Jorgensen, Bruce, Duryea. On...

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Juneau DA taking over Petersburg cases due to state budget cuts

With recent state budget cuts, the 1st Judicial District in Juneau now has more courts in its district than lawyers to cover them. Juneau District...

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Officials don't expect 'any large fluctuations' in school budget

The Petersburg School District doesn’t “anticipate any large fluctuations” with the budget the state passed June 11, Finance Director Karen...

 By Dani Palmer    Sports    June 25, 2015

Petersburg student wins gold with 16U USA team

Known as "Alaska" on his team of nine, Stewart Conn, 16, represented Petersburg well as his 16U USA...


Police reports

June 18 A caller requested extra patrol with trespassers on Cornelius. A minor vehicle accident was reported on Nordic Drive and Fram Street. A...

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

State trooper investigating vehicle fire

Alaska State Wildlife Trooper Cody Lister is investigating a vehicle fire from the weekend, the seco...



June 22 Jacob Sturgeon appeared before Superior Court Judge William Carey and pled not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of concealment of merchandise...

 By Dan Rudy    News    June 25, 2015

Canadian mine on Stikine fully operational

WRANGELL — The Red Chris mine in neighboring British Columbia passed its final bureaucratic hurdle, after the province’s Ministry of Energy and...

 By Dan Rudy    News    June 25, 2015

Forest Service facts spawning salmon conversation

WRANGELL — The United States Forest Service this month released a new fact sheet regarding wild salmon populations in the Tongass National Forest, a...

 By Dan Rudy    News    June 25, 2015

Sanger to step down as hospital head

WRANGELL — Wrangell Medical Center interim CEO Marla Sanger last week announced her intention to conclude her contract on October 30. In a letter...


Bill seeking creation of Native corporations in Congress

JUNEAU (AP) — Congress is picking up a bill that would create corporations for residents of five southeast Alaska communities left out of a...


3 insurers plan to leave Alaska individual health market

JUNEAU (AP) — Thousands of Alaskans will have to find a new insurer after a shake-up in the state's health insurance market. Aetna and State Farm...


National HIV Testing Week

The first ever National HIV Testing Week for the U.S. will be observed June 21 – 27. During this week, community partners throughout Alaska are...

 By Laine Welch    Dockside    June 25, 2015

Fish Factor, High value of the dollar making overseas seafood buyers wary

As Alaska’s salmon season heads into high gear, a few bright spots are surfacing in an otherwise bleak global sales market. Sales and prices for...


Sitka company fined $75,000 for improper fish waste disposal

SITKA, Alaska (AP) — A Sitka company is paying $75,000 for improperly disposing fish waste in the Valdez harbor. KCAW reports a 2014 dive survey...


Obituary, Frank Earl Sarber, 81

Frank Earl Sarber, 81, was born at the Alaska Railroad Hospital in Anchorage on October 18, 1935 whi... Full story


School News

University of Alaska Southeast Krissa Davis has been named to the Chancellor's List for Spring Semester 2015 at the University of Alaska...

 By Dani Palmer    News    June 25, 2015

Viral post reunites Petersburg girl with her toy travel companion

Their adventures were always meant to be educational in addition to fun, but two stuffed animals...


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2023

Rendered 10/01/2023 21:48