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Articles from the June 22, 2017 edition

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 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

Electric superintendent recruitment halted Assembly members express support for Hagerman

Petersburg Assembly Members expressed support for Karl Hagerman to replace Joe Nelson as the Power...

 
 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

Assembly gives nod to LID paving vote

The Petersburg Borough Assembly unanimously voted to move forward with the Local Improvement...

 
 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

PIA to finish boardwalk construction early

The Petersburg Indian Association is more than two-thirds finished with construction of a boardwalk...

 

Yesterday's News

June 22, 1917 – Olaf Arness closed the deal for the purchase of the P.C. & N.P. Co. sawmill, which has been idle for several years, but will be in...

 
 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

Borough Assembly selects 6th member

The Borough Assembly chose a new member on Monday after four out of five voted to appoint Jeff...

 

Minimum bid to buy Alaska ferry Taku drops amid low interest

KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) – The Alaska ferry Taku did not receive any bids during the state Marine Highway System’s most recent attempt at selling...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    June 22, 2017

$685K rebate anticipated from SEAPA, diesel runs delayed

The governing board for Southeast Alaska Power Agency has approved a draft for next year's budget, a...

 

To the Editor:

I may be mistaken but it was my assumption the Borough assembly could only authorize spending of a limited amount of monies without the approval of...

 

Federal Grand Jury indicts Long

Petersburg Police Chief Kelly Swihart reported on Wednesday that Randall Long from Petersburg, has been indicted by a federal Grand Jury for...

 

Police reports

June 14 — An impaired driver was reported at S. Nordic Drive and Wesley St. Harassment was reported on Skylark Way. A disturbance was reported on...

 

Courts

June 8 — Permillia Lyons entered a not guilty plea before Judge Magistrate Burrell on a charge of Theft in the 4th Degree. The court released her...

 
 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

A life-threatening experience motiviated new mayor from cities towards Alaska

Mayor Cindi Lagoudakis spent her adolescent years in a city, gripped in its pace, from New York to...

 

Alaska legislature works to avoid government shutdown

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The Alaska Legislature remains on pace for a statewide government shutdown as lawmakers renew discussions they hope will bridg...

 

Two dogs fall 200-feet on Petersburg Mountain

Five hikers and seven dogs were taking a Father's Day hike up Petersburg Mountain when atop the...

 

ADF&G Petersburg Fishing Report

King Salmon King salmon catch rates have been below average thus far in the 2017 season. The number of king salmon returning to the Stikine River at t...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    June 22, 2017

Wrangell public employees will likely strike over wages

WRANGELL – Unionized public employees may soon strike as negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement with the city reaches an impasse. The...

 
 By Ben Muir    News    June 22, 2017

Lagoudakis unveils her artwork at Miele Gallery and Framing

Cindi Lagoudakis was the featured artist in Miele Gallery and Framing shop last week, as she...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    June 22, 2017

Fish Factor: China the number one customer for Alaska seafood

China holds big promise to become a top customer for Alaska salmon, and not just for the bright red fillets. Since 2011 China has been the number one...

 

Obituary, Ginnie Marie Arthurs, 69

Ginnie Marie Arthurs 69, born May 19, 1948 passed peacefully at home with her family by her side in...

 

Alaska court hears dispute over oil-wealth fund checks

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – An Alaska lawmaker made one last legal push Tuesday to put about $1,000 back in the hands of nearly every state resident for...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    June 22, 2017

Wrangell public employees union calls strike, workers take up pickets

WRANGELL-It was out of the workplace and into the streets for many Wrangell city staff Thursday... Full story

 

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