Articles from the August 31, 2023 edition

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 By Orin Pierson    News    August 31, 2023

Volunteer fire department calls for more help

Petersburg Volunteer Fire Department is dangerously understaffed. Last week the department pushed...

 
 By Olivia Rose    News    August 31, 2023

South Harbor dredge project set to resume in October

Dredging is expected to resume at South Harbor this October to finish the maintenance project that w...

 

Yesterday's News News from 25-50-75-100 years ago

August 31, 1923 – The cannery of the Petersburg Packing Company, this year will set a new high mark for number of cases of salmon packed, having a...

 
 By Olivia Rose    News    August 31, 2023

HIP talks food stamp backlogs and food insecurity in Petersburg

At the office of Petersburg nonprofit Humanity In Progress, anyone experiencing food insecurity can...

 

To the Editor

Thanks for the ice To the Editor: Not that I am a spokesperson, but on behalf of the sports and subsistence fishing fleet I would like to extend a...

 

Guest Editorial: Governor should help get the work done

Employers everywhere are finding it hard to recruit and retain employees. But it sure seems that the state of Alaska, under the disengaged leadership...

 

Police report

August 23 – An officer responding to a report of suspicious activity on Fram Street determined it was non-criminal. An officer responded to a 911 h...

 
 By Liam Demko    News    August 31, 2023

New beginnings for PHS Cross Country team

It's the start of a fresh season for Petersburg High School's Cross Country team, marking the...

 
 By Clarise Larson    News    August 31, 2023

Kake public safety officer charged with assault, possessing a weapon while intoxicated

A village public safety officer in Kake was arrested Tuesday on three separate charges after he reportedly assaulted a woman and possessed a weapon...

 
 By Olivia Rose    News    August 31, 2023

Roof replacement tops school district's priorities in six-year plan

The Petersburg School District approved the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) six-year plan at the first meeting of the academic year August 15. It is a...

 

Here's what to know about new federal policies for repaying student loans

WASHINGTON — Following the Supreme Court’s summer ruling against 40 million federal student loan borrowers who would have qualified for debt rel...

 

Call for musicians to fill out the Alaska Music Census by September 2

The first Alaska Music Census, a project by Alaskan musicians for Alaskan musicians, is underway until September 2 at AlaskaMusicCensus.com. The...

 

Obituary: Gary Stevens, 53

Gary Albert Stevens, 53, passed away in June in his Las Vegas home of natural causes. His memorial... Full story

 

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