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Articles from the September 1, 2022 edition

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 By James Brooks    News    September 1, 2022

Peltola wins U.S. House race

Democrat Mary Peltola will become Alaska’s first congresswoman and the first Alaska Native in the... Full story


Work session discusses housing needs and possible solutions

The Petersburg Borough Assembly hosted a work session Monday evening to get a better understanding...


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

September 1, 1922 Opening a new market to Alaska salt herring, J. P. Todd, pioneer fish broker, recently sold 600 barrels of that product to a...


Six interviewed for Fire/EMS/SAR Director

Two months after former Fire/EMS/SAR Director Sandy Dixson retired, the Petersburg Borough is restarting its push to hire a new director. The borough...


To the Editor

It takes teamwork To the Editor: Your Petersburg Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank those businesses that allow our members to leave work...


Lighthouse Keepers Corner

The world around us is changing fast now, with each day shorter than the last. We arrived at Five Finger Lighthouse in Spring to fiery skies splashed...



One of my favorite unofficial holidays is right around the corner: Petersburg Municipal Election... Full story


Police report

August 24 – An officer spoke with minors out after curfew on Sing Lee Alley and advised them to return to their residences. An officer located...


Court report

August 17, 2022 Superior Court Judge Amy Mead presided over the continued trial call of State of Alaska v Dennis Jackson Jr. in the Petersburg...

 By Jess Field    News    September 1, 2022

Long time radio newsman becomes borough meter reader

For over two decades Joe Viechnicki's voice on the local radio station has been an ever-present...

 By Jess Field    News    September 1, 2022

ATVs on city streets: so far, so good

At the beginning of the year when the governor allowed rural communities like Petersburg the opportu...

 By Yereth Rosen    News    September 1, 2022

NOAA office releases strategic science plan to support Alaska mariculture ambitions

Alaska has special opportunities for developing a thriving aquaculture industry, but also special challenges that stand in the way of such ambitions,... Full story


Dunleavy campaign: Marriage of ADN reporter, Juneau Assembly member a 'conflict'

Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s reelection campaign is responding to a pending news story about improperly using official staff for campaign purposes by...


Sharing Our Knowledge conference opens next week in Wrangell

WRANGELL – Beginning Sept. 7, the annual Sharing Our Knowledge conference of Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian tribes and clans will be held in Wrangell...

 By Max Graham    News    September 1, 2022

Colorado organization rescues six suspected Haines wolfdogs

Haines — While thousands danced and dined at the Southeast Alaska State Fair last month, Drew Robertson of Sedalia, Colorado was rescuing a half...


Wrangell Borough contracts for reassessment of all property in town

WRANGELL — The borough followed through on discussions from earlier this summer and the assembly last week approved a contract for reassessment of...



Raymond Leon Olsen, Senior was born on January 25, 1926 to Oscar and Olga (Kvende) Olsen in... Full story


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