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 By Brian Varela    News    April 29, 2021

State reports 72% vaccination rate for Petersburg

On Tuesday, the state reported 72.94 percent of Petersburg residents had at least one dose of the...

 

Model A fire truck

Jack Slaght, right, and EMS Coordinator Josh Rathmann, left, drive the Petersburg Volunteer Fire...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    April 29, 2021

Proposed budget ups millage rate

The Borough Assembly reviewed the proposed fiscal year 2022 budget at a work session on April 21,...

 

Correction:

A story about updates to local health mandates on page two of last week’s edition of the Petersburg Pilot had a headline that implied all...

 

Yesterday's News

April 29, 1921 The Petersburg-Scow Bay road will be surfaced and finished for auto traffic this summer and that work will start within the next month...

 

Earth Day 2021

Amy Wilkes' third grade class picked up enough litter on two streets near Rae C. Stedman Elementary...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    April 29, 2021

PMC faces monthly losses in 2021

Since January, Petersburg Medical Center has been operating with a negative bottom line, but...

 

Guest Commentary: Lack of fiscal plan adds to Alaska's struggles

"Confidence in an economy matters," Dan Robinson, research chief at the state Department of Labor,...

 

Editorial: Vaccine risk is low

We're getting closer to achieving the required herd immunity levels needed to abate the spread of...

 

Letter to the Editor

Thank you for caring about Petersburg To the Editor: I know there is not a single citizen in Petersburg that has not walked by and admired one of our...

 

Police report

April 21—A power outage was reported at Papke’s Landing. A phone was lost and later found at the ball field. Aaron Bradford, 41, was arrested on...

 

Foundational milestone

For the past several weeks, construction has been underway on the Vakker Sted affordable housing...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    April 29, 2021

PHS ranked #1 high school in Alaska

Petersburg High School was ranked the number one high school in Alaska in terms of academic success...

 
 By Brian Varela    Sports    April 29, 2021

Vikings build experience in 2nd set of baseball games

The Petersburg High School played their second series of the season against Ketchikan High School on...

 
 By Brian Varela    Sports    April 29, 2021

Two wrestlers qualify for State

Two Petersburg High School wrestlers will head to the Alaska School Activities Association Wrestling...

 

Pump station replacement

Rock-N-Road Construction, Inc. excavates along Mitkof Highway near the site of the Scow Bay pump...

 
 By Brian Varela    Sports    April 29, 2021

PHS runners take first place

The Petersburg High School track and field team participated in their first meet of the season on...

 

Stedmen Elementary Spring Event

Rae C. Stedman Elementary School staff handed out information to families on how to sign their...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    April 29, 2021

Compound in tires from road runoff may be a threat to salmon in Anchorage's most popular fishing streams

Are toxins from road runoff a threat to salmon in Anchorage’s most popular fishing streams? A Go Fund Me campaign has been launched so Alaskans can...

 

Obituary: Nancy Carol Phillips, 83

Nancy Carol Phillips, 83 took her last walk into the forest on April 21, 2021. She was born to Edward and Leona Hamilton in Hydaburg, Alaska. She was... Full story

 

Stork report

Samuel William McCallum weighing six pounds, four ounces and Bristol Lynn McCallum weighing six pounds, 10 ounces were born on April 4 in Seattle,...

 

Stork report

Gage Aries Bullard weighing nine pounds, four ounces and measuring twenty-one and three quarters...

 

WAVE anonymous art show

Working Against Violence for Everyone held an anonymous art show at the Clausen Memorial Museum...

 

Alaska settles for $85K with former state employee

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska has agreed to settle for $85,000 with a former state employee whose application was rejected because she supported...

 

USCG decommissions storied cutter in Alaska

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard has decommissioned a ship whose home port was in Alaska after almost 50 years in service. The cutter Doug...

 

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