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Articles from the October 4, 2012 edition

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 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Petersburg voters oppose purchase of Reid property

With the only contested race on the ballot being for two seats on the Harbor Board, the propositions in this election become the hot topics.... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Possible threats lockdown Petersburg

Petersburg police arrested 22 year-old Levi O’Connor after alleged threats prompted the lockdown... Full story

 

Main street under repair

SECON workers install a storm drain in front of The Trading Union, Inc. grocery on Nordic Drive on...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Upcoming Humpy 500 will be held indoors

Due to the road construction downtown, the regular program for the annual Humpy 500 has been... Full story

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Borough election set and Juneau petition is postponed

With the borough election set for Dec. 18, the Local Boundary Commission has decided to postpone the petition from the City and Borough of Juneau unti...

 

Letters to the Editor

An irresistible source of borough revenue To the Editor: I find it inconceivable that anyone in Petersburg would even consider voting “yes” for th...

 

Police reports

September 28 An individual was locked out of their vehicle on N. 3rd Street. September 29 Officers responded to people arguing outside on Chief John...

 

Courts

September 27 Carynne Pullar, 20, appeared before Magistrate Desiree Burrell for an arraignment on the charge of minor consuming alcohol. Pullar...

 
 By Shelly Pope    Sports    October 4, 2012

Vikings have muddy run to ninth place in State competition

The Viking Cross-Country girls traveled to Anchorage for State competition last week and came home...

 

Petersburg swimmers place second in home meet

Petersburg Viking swimmers hosted Sitka, Thunder Mountain and Metlakatla over the weekend. “I was...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Manager reports Assisted Living is filled; boats are vacating N. Harbor

The Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department has several activities that are gearing up for...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Friday, Oct. 12 declared sales tax-free day

Petersburg City Council voted to declare Friday, Oct. 12 as the second sales tax-free day for 2012....

 

Fish Factor

At least 1.5 million tons of debris from Japan’s 2011 tsunami is still afloat, and at least half of it is expected to hit Alaska’s coastline. The...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

SEAPA representatives take Tyee and Swan Lake contract issues to City Council

Petersburg Municipal Power and Light Superintendent and Southeast Alaska Power Authority Board member Joe Nelson brought streamlining suggestions to...

 

Thirty-three moose taken to date

Hunters have taken 33 moose in the region, with the Stikine River being the top producing area....

 
 By Greg Knight    News    October 4, 2012

Victims of foreclosure may be eligible for settlement payment

The Consumer Protection Unit of the Alaska Attorney General’s Office is reporting that claim forms went out this week to approximately 2,600...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    October 4, 2012

Stedman named as Energy Council chair

Alaska State Senator Bert Stedman has been named chairman of The Energy Council, a legislative...

 

Former Mitkof Lumber Co. mill owner dies

Lloyd Edward Lapeyri, 73, former owner of Mitkof Lumber Company in Petersburg died Sept. 3 of complications from a vehicle accident. Lapeyri, at the...

 

Radio station donates archives to heritage group

JUNEAU (AP) — Sealaska Heritage Institute says a southeast Alaska radio station has donated hundreds of audio recordings to the institute. The...

 

Brass band aboard

The M/V Orca Odysea carried members of the Salvation Army leadership on a four-day evangelistic...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    October 4, 2012

Petersburg officers receive appreciation

Petersburg Police Chief Jim Agner, Sgt. Heidi Agner and Investigator Kalin Rosse received a letter of appreciation from the United States Postal...

 

Tongass Futures Roundtable votes for land swap

KETCHIKAN (AP) — The Tongass National Forest stakeholders’ group known as the Tongass Futures Roundtable has voted to support a proposed land...

 

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