Articles from the March 23, 2023 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 20 of 20



 By Chris Basinger    News    March 23, 2023

Assessed residential property values up about 15%

Petersburg residents are set to see the assessed value of their residential properties go up this...

 

Seiners in Sitka on two-hour notice; 2022 fishery reviewed

With the announcement earlier this week that the Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery would go on two-hour notice at 8 a.m. Thursday, Fish and Game...

 

Izabelle Ith to be inducted into the Alaska High School Hall of Fame

Petersburg High School graduate Izabelle Ith was announced as one of the eleven members of the...

 

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

March 23, 1923 – Adrift in the waters of the north Pacific Ocean for exactly one year, to the day, a bottle thrown overboard from the steamer Belgiu...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 23, 2023

Federal Subsistence Board workshop to visit Petersburg

An interactive workshop focused on equipping community members with the skills to get involved in...

 
 By Larry Persily    News    March 23, 2023

Ferry system short more than 100 crew to put Kennicott to work

The Alaska Marine Highway System is short more than 100 new crew to safely and dependably put the Kennicott to sea. Without enough onboard workers,...

 
 By James Brooks    News    March 23, 2023

K-12 funding increase takes first step forward in Alaska House

The Alaska House Education Committee voted 5-2 Wednesday morning to raise the amount Alaska pays K-12 schools per student, a figure known as the base... Full story

 

To the Editor

Educational systems are vital infrastructure To the Editor: I appreciated Dave Ellis’ letter you printed a few issues ago. Dave’s letters have alw...

 

Guest Editorial: Legislative voices of reason are talking louder

After years of legislative debate over the size of the Permanent Fund dividend, reasonable voices are starting to grow louder, maybe even hopefully...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 23, 2023

SEAPA Board selects new CEO, discusses power needs

The Southeast Alaska Power Agency Board named a new CEO during its meeting earlier this month while...

 

Police report

March 15 – An officer responded to a disturbance on Birch Street and determined it was non-criminal. There is an on-going investigation into a distu...

 

Court report

March 10, 2023 Superior Court Judge Michael McConahy presided over a bail review hearing in State of Alaska v Ramona Short. The request was granted...

 

Petersburg Lutheran Church Welcomes Two New Pastors

Petersburg Lutheran Church invites the community of Petersburg to attend their first service on...

 

Vikings place fifth at state 2A tournament

The Petersburg High School boys basketball team closed out its season at the ASAA State...

 
 By Josh Reed    Sports    March 23, 2023

Kake boys cap undefeated season with 1A state championship

KAKE -The last time the Kake high school boys basketball team appeared in a state championship game...

 
 By James Brooks    News    March 23, 2023

Testifiers support new Alaska housing anti-discrimination bill, sharing personal stories

Dozens of Alaskans testified in the state Capitol on Monday, urging lawmakers to advance a new anti-discrimination measure that would protect... Full story

 
 By Lizzie Thompson    News    March 23, 2023

Boardwalk fundraiser transports audience back to the '20s

After putting their dinner theater fundraiser on hold three years ago, the Clausen Museum is...

 

Obituary: Harper Tasche Jordan, 61

Harper Tasche Jordan, 61, died at his home in Kent, Washington on March 6, 2023. Tasche Mark Daniel... Full story

 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2024

Rendered 02/27/2024 03:31