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USCG 87-foot patrol vessel to be stationed here

Petersburg is set to receive an 87-foot Marine...

 

Borough 2019 budget balanced

The Borough Assembly deliberated over the first...

 

Plaintiffs seek accounting of Triem's trust fund

Michael P. Heiser, attorney for the Hanson Class,...

 

Yesterday's News

April 26, 1918 Notice Is Hereby Given, That all owners of lots situated within the corporate limits...

 

Most Enterprise Funds are solvent; some rates increased

The Borough’s Enterprise Funds are all solvent and to keep it that way, some rate increases will...

 

Defibrillators to be replaced, added

Automated External Defibrillators will be added and old units replaced as a part of the 2018/19...

 

Blessing the fleet

Reverend Bob Carter and Boy Scout Jakob Wikan...

 

Wrangell Sentinel named Best Weekly

The Petersburg Pilot and Wrangell Sentinel each received two awards from the Alaska Press Club for...

 

Batter up

Thomas Durkin skirts a pitch to catcher Louden...

 

Editorial: USCG presence to remain

We are ecstatic that the U.S. Coast Guard will operate another cutter out of Petersburg after the...

 
 By Dan Rudy    Sports    April 26, 2018

Petersburg track and field sets off on new season

After a chilly start, Petersburg High School’s track and field team was well on its way into the...

 

Sitka bear sanctuary making room for more black bears

SITKA, Alaska (AP) — A Sitka bear sanctuary is getting ready to unveil its new black bear...

 

Police Report

April 18 — Drywall workers tripped the alarm at Petersburg Medical Center. Police logged a...

 

PHS Spring Concert

Monday, April 23, 7PM Wright A...

 

Team work on the light replacement

Coast Guard Buoy Tenders Elderberry and Anthony...

 

Coast Guard funding bill proposes Kodiak land swap

KODIAK, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska Native tribe in Kodiak has raised questions about a proposed land...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    April 26, 2018

Economic designation a potential opportunity for Wrangell

WRANGELL - Wrangell was last week granted a...

 

Without principals: administrative transition ahead for WPSD

WRANGELL — Wrangell Public School District learned last week its secondary school principal, Bill...

 

Alaska Legislature adopts new sexual harassment policy

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Legislature on Monday revised its sexual harassment policy to...

 

Alaska Airlines tightens emotional support animal policy

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska Airlines has updated its policy on emotional support animals...

 

University of Alaska runs statewide renewable energy contest

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The University of Alaska Center for Economic Development has designed a...

 

'Displaced' teachers a lesser known story of budget moves

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The process of laying off teachers in what’s known as “pink slip...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    April 26, 2018

ADF&G provides dock prices for nearly every fish species with comparisons going back to 1984

Two commercial fisheries open each spring at Upper Cook Inlet that attract little notice and few...

 

Stork report

Johanna Grace Mattingly was born April 4, 2018 in...

 

AK Senate statement backs 'free and open' internet

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Senate has narrowly approved a formal statement supporting a...

 

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