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 By Ron Loesch    News    April 11, 2013

Tonka Seafoods buys Mitkof Cannery from Trident

Tonka Seafoods has purchased Mitkof Cannery on Libby Straight from Trident Seafoods according to... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    April 11, 2013

Fundraising flamingos flock to Petersburg

Flocks of flamingos have landed in various yards around Petersburg and who knows which yard they wil... Full story

 
 By Suzanne Ashe    News    April 11, 2013

PMC to end patient surveys and investigate 'mini health fair' options

The Petersburg Medical Center Board of Directors during a regular meeting on March, 30 decided to end the Patient Satisfaction Surveys. The year-long... Full story

 

ADF&G announces Chinook quotas, king regulations

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced last week that the preseason Chinook salmon all-gear harvest quota for Southeast Alaska in 2013 is...

 

Yesterday's News

April 12, 1913 – Are Bound For Siberia: Will E. Hudson, one of the Post Intelligencer's staff photographer, travelling on the boat Polar Bear,...

 

Sea Otter Management Committee re-vamps resolution

The Ad Hoc Sea Otter Management Committee has met twice to discuss ways to enhance or amend Resolution 1958, which was originally adopted in January 2...

 

To the Editor

Tonka Mess To the Editor: Thanks for this truth. Additionally, the Tonka mess goes far beyond these later-made changes. The Final EIS is devoid of...

 

What respect means to me

What respect means to me is kindness and always paying attention when the person is talking. Also respect is an act of giving particular attention: co...

 

Masons present bicycle to readers

Local Masonic leaders, with leaders of the Grand Lodge of Alaska were in attendance to present new...

 

Road Construction continues on Nordic Drive

Matt McGuan, Project Engineer for DOWL HKM, reported that the concrete pavement has been poured on t...

 

Police reports

April 3 Two men were reported urinating on a building on N. Nordic Drive. A verbal warning was given for failure to yield on Wrangell Avenue. A...

 

Courts

March 21 Anthony Lee Hanson, 34, appeared before Magistrate Judge Leonard DeVaney for an arraignment on the charge of fourth degree assault with...

 
 By Shelly Pope    Sports    April 11, 2013

Lady Viking runners place third in Ketchikan meet

The Petersburg Viking runners traveled to Ketchikan for the first track meet of the season and the...

 

Library to archive all Petersburg newspapers

The Petersburg Public Library has currently archived Petersburg newspapers from the years 1913 to 1931 in order to make information easier to access....

 

Ketchikan council OKs review of SEAPA

A motion to join the City and Borough of Wrangell in studying the possibility of separating from the Southeast Alaska Power Agency drew heated debate...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    April 11, 2013

Nicholls tapped as GM of TBPA, union contract ratified

The Thomas Bay Power Authority commissioners undertook a lengthy discussion over who will be hired to take the reins of the utility for Wrangell and P...

 

Students win statewide art awards

Petersburg's own Sydney Guthrie took first place in Short Fiction Writing with her work “Weeping...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    April 11, 2013

Rinehart appointed to Sealaska board

The Sealaska board of directors announced last week that Richard Rinehart, Jr. has been selected to...

 

Obituary, Carmen Nancy Lopez, 51

Carmen Nancy Lopez, 51, Carmen entered the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage November, 2012... Full story

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    April 11, 2013

Buyers push back against high halibut prices

Absent from supermarket fliers this spring have been ads featuring the year’s first fresh halibut, reflecting the anticipated push back by buyers...

 

Coast Guard lifts man from Alaska sailboat

ANCHORAGE (AP) — A Coast Guard helicopter Tuesday plucked a man from a 31-foot sailboat floating without power in the treacherous Gulf of Alaska....

 

NTSB: Ferry fire likely caused by welding crew

ANCHORAGE (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board says a fire on an Alaska ferry in Ketchikan for repairs likely was caused by hot...

 

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