Articles from the April 23, 2020 edition

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  • Koknuk flats

    Apr 23, 2020

    The dropping tide shows the Koknuk Flats near the middle arm of the Stikine River on Saturday....

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 23, 2020

    Mission of court system hasn't changed To the Editor: On behalf of the Alaska Court System, and particularly those of us working in the First Judicial District (Southeast), I want to extend to the people of Petersburg, Kake and the surrounding area our appreciation for your patience and consideration as we work through the challenges to our judicial process brought on by the current pandemic. As most of you are aware, we have had to suspend jury trials and most other in-person court... Full story

  • Work with what you have

    Ron Loesch Publisher|Apr 23, 2020

    Frustration was a key theme running throughout Wednesday's assembly meeting. Having to wait on the governor's slow to arrive mandates on opening businesses across the state is vexing. Just like in Petersburg, everyone has a different idea on how Alaskan businesses can resume operations safely. Not surprising, some feel it's too soon to begin restoring business functions at all. Why risk a second wave of illnesses resulting from community spread of the virus when stores re-open? While...