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School Board amends mask policy

The Petersburg School Board voted to amend COVID-19 regulations set by the district's Moderate Risk...

 

Doctors warn Covid-19 continues to surge statewide

Medical professionals spoke at the Petersburg School Board meeting Tuesday night about the impact...

 

Yesterday's News

September 16, 1921 What is pronounced as being the best Chautauqua company ever seen in Petersburg closed its engagement here on Thursday night after...

 

Petersburg commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11

First responders, veterans, and members of the community memorialized the 20th anniversary of the...

 

Guest Editorial

The anti-vaccination politics rolling across the country — much like a pandemic — have gotten so bad that the Alaska state Senate could not even...

 

Editorial

The school board did what was needed to assure the best chances of keeping the schools open this year. School board president Sarah Holmgrain...

 

To the Editor

Well finally hate mail....rather some opinionated opposite view. Mr. Mackay is this vaccine the second coming? Are vaccinated people safe now? Maybe,...

 

Joe Bertagnoli retires after 30 years of service

Joe Bertagnoli celebrated his retirement at the end of August after 30 years of service with the...

 

Police report

September 8 — A protective order was served at an undisclosed location. An officer responded to suspicious activity near Eagle’s Roost Park....

 

PHS volleyball prepares for season

The Petersburg High School volleyball team has begun practicing for its upcoming season and the...

 

PHS cross country travels to first meet

The Petersburg High School cross country team competed in its first meet of the season Saturday in...

 

Motor Pool Shop on track for November 30 completion

Construction is progressing on the new motor pool shop and is set to be completed by the November...

 

Annabelle Baker Memorial Art Show

The Annabelle Baker Memorial Art Show was held at the Clausen Museum Friday as part of the...

 

Muskeg Maleriers celebrate National Rosemaling Day

The Muskeg Maleriers hosted a beginners rosemaling class at the Sons of Norway Hall on Saturday in c...

 

Naomi Michalsen kicks off Rainforest Festival

Naomi Michalsen opened the Rainforest Festival Thursday night with a presentation on the power of indigenous plants and foods at the Wright Auditorium...

 

Bristol Bay red king crab fishery to be closed

Alaska's Bering Sea crabbers are reeling from the devastating news that all major crab stocks are...

 

PMEA contract approved by Borough

The Borough Assembly approved a new collective bargaining agreement with Petersburg Municipal Employees Association during its meeting on September...

 
 By Marc Lutz    News    September 16, 2021

Wrangell schools keep face mask, distancing protocols in place

WRANGELL — Social distancing and masking requirements will continue to stay in place at Wrangell public schools. At the school board meeting on...

 

Legislators pass $1,100 PFD; governor wants more

Not content with the $1,100 Permanent Fund dividend adopted on the final day of the special legislative session that ended Tuesday, Gov. Mike...

 

Obituary: Steve Toth, 55

Steve Toth, 55, passed away on July 26, 2021 surrounded by his wife and two children. He was born... Full story

 

No new COVID-19 cases in past week

There are two active cases of COVID-19 in Petersburg as of Wednesday according to the Petersburg Medical Center’s COVID-19 Dashboard and no new...

 

Nine active COVID-19 cases, community spread likely

The Petersburg Medical Center reported eight new cases of COVID-19 Monday bringing the total number... Full story

 

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