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Byrne named senior business relationship manager for Petersburg and Wrangell

Wells Fargo has named David Byrne Senior Business Banking relationship manager for Petersburg and Wrangell. During his 14-year financial services...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Petersburg police station takes capital project top spot

The Petersburg police station is now the number one capital project for 2014. The Petersburg City Council revised and prioritized the Capital... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend check: $878

The Alaska Permanent Fund dividend for eligible Alaskans will be $878 this year. State officials announced this year’s payout from Alaska’s oil... Full story

 

Ohmer discusses ‘12 season

Dave Ohmer presented his annual end of the season fishing report to the Petersburg Rotary Club last... Full story

 

Yesterday's News

September 22, 1982 - In 61 years of grocery history at Hammer and Wikan’s, one of the biggest changes has been the initiation of a charge for delive...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Rep. Peggy Wilson visits Petersburg

The 24th Alaska State Legislature Representative Peggy Wilson visited Petersburg last week to...

 

Wall of Hope

Petersburg High School Student Body President, Eva Kowalski, led the student population in...

 

Letters to the Editor

Job well done To the Editor: Thanks to Jesse O Connor, our local gardener who does all the hanging baskets and who cares for the little parks we have...

 

Police reports

September 12 Dangerous driving was reported at Lumber Street and Nordic Drive. September 13 An abandoned bicycle was found at Gjoa and 4th Street....

 

Courts

Ronald A. Limbrick, 43, appeared before Magistrate Desiree Burrell for an arraignment on the charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor....

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Proposals for Radio Narrow Band Conversion due by Sept. 21

Mayor Al Dwyer read the Petersburg City Managers report into the record during the Petersburg City Council regular meeting Monday evening. The City...

 

Floating hanger

Carl Forgey towed Fred Paulsen’s old airplane hangar from the state seaplane dock to the beach...

 

Cross-Country girls head to regional competition

The Petersburg Cross-Country team traveled to Ketchikan for the weekend and the girls brought home second place. On the girls side, Grace Weller...

 

Volleyball girls travel around Southeast

Viking girls continue to show improvement on the road in Ketchikan. “Overall the weekend went very...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

City officials have questions about ferry schedule

Questions regarding the decrease in port departures were a topic of discussion by Petersburg City Council Monday evening. Petersburg Mayor Al Dwyer... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Petersburg City Schools meet Healthier US Challenge

Petersburg City School District, along with Kenai Borough Peninsula Elementary Schools are the first two Alaskan School Districts to receive national...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Northern Nights Theater reps request a spot on capital improvement list

As the Petersburg City Council opened the floor for public comment on the Capital Improvement Projects list Monday evening, a new request for funding...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    September 20, 2012

Handcrafted bike rack

Josef Quitslund crafted this bicycle rack for Rae C. Stedman Elementary School. There are two racks...

 

SE Pink harvest beats ADF&G predictions

The Southeast Alaska 2012 season’s pink salmon catch was less than half of last year’s but a little higher than expected. The Alaska Department...

 

Road work in progress

Phase 1 of the downtown road construction project is well underway. The project involves removing...

 

Clarinet recital next week

UAA Professor of Clarinet, Mark Wolbers, presents a clarinet recital titled “The Long and Short of it,” featuring music for clarinet and the...

 

Fish Factor

Alaska fishermen are feeling the squeeze of lower prices at the same time that their operating costs continue to spiral upwards. For halibut, in a...

 

Kake Memorial Presbyterian Church turns 100

September 28-30 Kake Memorial Presbyterian Church will celebrate 100 years of service in the community of Keex’Kwaan (Kake). The Alaska Presbytery...

 

Picturesque foggy nights

Recent thick fog condensed on plants like this backyard “common sweetgrass” bejeweling it with... Full story

 

Silva and Wagemaker wed

Maria Flora Sarah Silva and Brandon Michael Wagemaker were married on August 11, 2012 at 5:00 p.m.,...

 

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