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 By Pilot Staff    News    September 30, 2021

Borough and State crews respond to storm damages Friday night

Hurricane force winds with gusts up to 70 mph dropped trees into power lines, bringing out borough line crews, public works employees and emergency...

 

Community spread COVID cases stand at 32

Infection Prevention and Quality Manager Liz Bacom gave a presentation during Thursday's Petersburg...

 

Beat the Odds 5K raises cancer awareness

The Petersburg Medical Center Foundation's cancer fundraising committee Beat the Odds hosted its...

 

Proposition 1: Electrical utility upgrades

Voters will decide the future of Crystal Lake hydroelectric power in Petersburg on October 5....

 

32 active COVID-19 cases in Petersburg

The Petersburg Medical Center reported Wednesday that community spread of COVID-19 is occurring and there are now 32 active cases. Eight cases were...

 

Correction:

A headline to an election story appearing on page 5 of last week’s paper incorrectly stated the borough election will be on October 4. The election...

 

Yesterday's News

September 30, 1921 The big motor ship Culburra was in port early this week and loaded 19,600 cases of salmon at the plant of the Mitkof Island...

 

Proposition 2: Future of Frederick Point East

Petersburg Borough's Service Area One boundaries could shift depending on how people vote on...

 

To the Editor

Silent majority must stand up To the Editor: We of the silent majority must stand up and make our voices heard. The only way Covid-19 or its variants...

 

Editorial

We encourage voters to vote YES on the $7.8 million bond issue proposed by Petersburg Power and Light to pay for back-up diesel generation and the...

 

Guest Editorial

It was the same day that Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced the state would help hospitals cope with record numbers of COVID-19 patients by assisting with...

 

Borough Assembly candidates speak at forum

The Petersburg Borough Assembly candidates took part in a virtual forum Monday night hosted by KFSK...

 

Court report

Aug. 3 – Benjamin Berkley, Jr. was arraigned on charges of trapping out of season. The defendant entered a no contest plea and was fined $500 with $...

 

Police report

September 22 — Officer assisted EMS near N. Nordic Dr. A black bear was reported near S. 4th St. and 4.5 St. ADF&G and AST were notified. A canine n...

 

Meet the Candidates: Hospital Board

Heather Conn Age: 43 What experience do you have? When you look at board experience I have sat on...

 

Meet the Candidates - School Board

Carey Case Age: 47 What experience do you have? I have served as board member and president of two...

 

PMC to invite SEARHC to future board meeting

The Petersburg Medical Center Board unanimously approved a motion Thursday to have PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter extend an invitation to Southeast Alaska...

 

Assembly supports borough manager

Comments from Borough Manager Steve Giesbrecht's performance evaluation reflects strong support...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

Lost fishing gear - be it nets, lines or pots - continues "ghost fishing" forever, causing a slow...

 

Covid delays northbound barge

The Alaska Marine Lines barge which departed Seattle on Friday, September 24, has been delayed and all scheduled ports north of Ketchikan will be...

 

PHS cross country competes in Capital City Invitational

The Petersburg High School cross country team competed Saturday in Juneau at the Capital City...

 

High School, Middle School go virtual

The Petersburg School District announced Tuesday that classes at Mitkof Middle School and Petersburg High School would be held remotely for the...

 
 By Sarah Aslam    News    September 30, 2021

Oyster farm part of a growth industry

WRANGELL - Aquatic farming in Alaska could be a big industry, and completely sustainable. That's...

 

Mining company looks for precious metals in SE AK

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A Canadian mining company has been looking for precious metals on Chichagof Island in southeast Alaska. Millrock Resources, a...

 

Dividend payments will start the week of Oct. 11

JUNEAU (AP) — Officials are aiming to send out the first wave of Permanent Fund dividend payments to Alaska residents the week of Oct. 11, a...

 

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