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$14.4 million opens opportunities for new Forest Service cabins

The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input on proposed cabin projects in Alaska made possible...

 

School board revises budget to fund activities, instruction

The Petersburg School District board unanimously voted to revise its FY23 budget during its Oct. 11...

 

Stedman students learn fire safety

Stedman Elementary School students got an education in fire safety last week from members of the...

 

Yesterday's News

October 20, 1922 – Considerable excitement in a quiet way has been caused by the announcement of a discovery of nickel on Baranof Island near Snipe...

 

Borough supplemental budget passes second reading

The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted 6-1 to approve an ordinance adjusting the borough's FY23...

 

Police report

October 12 – An alarm activated at Pump Station #8. Water Wastewater (WW/W) was notified and responded. Austin Strickland was arrested for alleged...

 

Court report

September 20 In the Trial Court at Juneau, Superior Court Judge Marianna Carpenetti presided over the sentencing in State of Alaska v. Jeremy Burns....

 

GUEST COLUMN: Growing "giant pumpkins" and fish habitat in Petersburg

PETERSBURG, AK-At East Ohmer Creek, 22 miles south of Petersburg, Alaska, is a tree believed to be...

 

Kensinger, Tremblay nominated to serve on Alaska Municipal League Housing Task Force

The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted unanimously during its Oct. 17 meeting to nominate Assembly...

 
 By James Brooks    News    October 20, 2022

Alaska absentee ballots should have two stamps, but one is OK, officials say

This year’s Alaska general election absentee ballot is a hefty document, weighing in between 1.1 and 1.2 ounces. If it were an ordinary letter,... Full story

 

Whales and researchers "whup" it up around Five Finger

The Sound Science Research Collective returned to Five Finger Lighthouse again in the summer of...

 

PHS wrestling opens season in Haines

The Petersburg High School wrestling team traveled to Haines last weekend for its first test of the...

 

Aleutian Airways to begin scheduled flights between Dutch Harbor and Anchorage

Aleutian Airways has announced that it will be launching a scheduled flight service between Dutch...

 

Artifact Archive

War and famine in the 1800's influenced Chinese immigration to North America. Soon their ranks...

 

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