Articles from the February 9, 2023 edition

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Assembly gives Housing Task Force go-ahead on three concepts

The Petersburg Borough Assembly gave approval to the Housing Task Force to continue working on...

 

Lutefisk and Lefse: Traditional recipes connecting generations

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

 

Assembly supports commercial trollers

The Petersburg Borough Assembly unanimously approved a resolution supporting the Southeast...

 

Yesterday's News News from 25-50-75-100 years ago

February 9, 1923 – The opening of the Million Dollar Club in Wrangell next Saturday night will without doubt be one of the greatest pleasure events...

 

Guest Editorial: The math is easy; the politics are hard

Getting caught between a rock and a hard place is easier. At least you can rent a backhoe and move the rock. Getting politically caught between more m...

 

Capitol Updates

­Dear Friends and Neighbors: I write this first update to House District 2 from my office on the...

 

To the Editor

Look at causes not just symptoms To the Editor: May I respectfully suggest that we don’t have an affordable housing or a childcare crisis in...

 

Police report

February 1 – An officer spoke with an individual about an on-going parking issue. Roderick Vasquez was remanded for an alleged probation violation...

 

Court report

January 18, 2023 In State of Alaska v Martin Johnson, Superior Court Judge Katherine Lybrand presided over the arraignment. The defendant entered a...

 

Viking Travel charts new path

After 42 years of leading Viking Travel, Dave and Nancy Berg are ready to hang up their hats while...

 

PIA will not buy TU properties

Amid much speculation, it was announced during Monday night's Tribal Council meeting that the...

 

Project Connect reaches out to those experiencing homelessness

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

 

Petersburg wolf stops by Wrangell on long swim to Etolin Island

Wolves are social, territorial animals that educate their young, care for their injured and stick with their close-knit family groups — most of the...

 

Work gets started to build up seaweed, shellfish farming industry in Alaska

Organizers are creating programs to start using a $49 million federal grant and $15 million in matching funds to grow Alaska’s shellfish and...

 

Trident responds to market, plans to freeze more pinks at Wrangell plant

WRANGELL — As the market continues to shift from canned salmon toward more frozen product, “the company wants more frozen pinks,” said Trident...

 

Board of Game votes against Petersburg Creek bear hunt proposals

Two proposals to open Petersburg Creek to black bear hunting failed at the Alaska Board of Game’s...

 

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