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COVID-19 outbreak hits Mountain View Manor

A COVID-19 outbreak at the Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility has resulted in at least 12...

 

Ferry system may reconsider charging more when ships are fuller

State ferry management said they are working to be more responsive to community and passenger...

 

Yesterday's News

February 17, 1922 At Thomas Bay on the mainland north of Frederick Sound two and one-half miles of foot trail were built on Cascade Creek. This trail...

 

Vikings win in front of home crowd

The Petersburg High School boys basketball team, supported by a full house of home fans, faced the M...

 

First baby of 2022

Beckett Buchan Thain is Petersburg's First baby of 2022. He was born on February 2nd, 2022 at 9:30...

 

2022 Tanner crab season opens on February 11

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the start of the 2022 Southeast Alaska commercial T...

 

Lack of crew could keep Columbia tied to the dock

Unless the Alaska Marine Highway System can recruit enough workers by March 1 to restaff the unused...

 

Guest Editorial

If at first you don’t succeed, it’s not always better that you try, try again. But try, try again is what we do well in Alaska. Well, not so...

 

To the Editor

Come fly your flags with me Americans To the Editor: I’ve recently found myself in many interesting conversations with my six year old about...

 

Court report

January 24: Superior Court Judge William Carey presided over the Petersburg District Court case of the State of Alaska v. Amber Elaine Manly. A...

 

Police report

February 9 – A disabled vehicle was reported on Birch Street and later moved by its owner. Police assisted with a report of illegally parked vehicle...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 17, 2022

Grant funded program helps keep elders CAPABLE of aging in place

A local doctor initially spoke to Paul Bowen about a new program aimed at allowing older community... Full story

 

"Transported" show to feature local photographers

The Clausen Museum is set to open a community photography show on Saturday called "Transported"...

 

MMS robotics competes in state tournament

The Mitkof Middle School robotics team traveled to Anchorage to compete in the state tournament on...

 

Lady Vikings drop two at home to the Miss Chiefs

The Lady Vikings took on conference opponents Metlakatla in front of a packed house in their first...

 

Parks and Recreation passes given to board members and child care staff

Parks and Recreation has distributed community center membership passes to borough board members and...

 

School board approves 2022-2023 calendar

The Petersburg School Board unanimously approved the calendar for the 2022-2023 school year during its meeting on February 8. The 2022-2023 calendar...

 

Alaska Fish Factor: Report looks at Alaska's potential to grow in seaweed business

The U.S. grows less than one-100th of 1% of the world’s $6 billion seaweed market, but Alaska has the goods to grow into a major contributor. A new...

 

Obituary: Gertrude Irene Reeser, 93

Former Petersburg resident Gertrude Irene Reeser passed away peacefully at home in Yuma, Arizona on... Full story

 

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