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Moose season concludes with 129 harvested

The moose harvest closed Friday with a final count of 129 moose according to Hilary Wood of the...

 

Recycling could shrink to every other week

The Borough Assembly held their second reading of Ordinance #2021-17 Tuesday night which would make...

 

Active COVID-19 cases down to 5

There are now 5 active cases of COVID-19 in Petersburg as of Wednesday according to the Petersburg...

 

Yesterday's News

October 21, 1921 The Editor’s assistants apologize for their inability to publish this week’s “Report” on time. The delay was caused by...

 

Borough Assembly considers redistricting maps

The Borough Assembly walked through each of the six maps being considered by the Alaska...

 

To the Editor

Ted will be missed To the Editor: We recently laid to rest an extraordinary lifelong Petersburg resident, Ted Smith. I worked for many years as a...

 

Guest Commentary

Former and current secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack, who was instrumental in reimposing the 2001 roadless rule on the...

 

Borough Assembly amends proposed disease control ordinance

The Borough Assembly held their second reading for Ordinance #2021-15 along with a public forum...

 

Police report

October 13 — Trespassing individual reported near Ira II St. Alaska Wildlife Troopers issued a warning to an individual for unsecured garbage near N...

 

Court report

Oct. 6 – Burt L. Jackson failed to appear at a representation hearing. The court issued a $50 bench warrant. On Oct. 7 the bench warrant was...

 

How Frederick Point East's removal affects the borough

Proposition #2 passed during the October 5, 2021 municipal election, allowing the Frederick Point...

 

Record high price per pound:

The 2021-2022 Dungeness crab harvest is predicted to total 4.23 million pounds, over two million...

 

Blind Slough work pushed to spring 2022

A switch replacement at the Blind Slough hydroelectric plant will have to wait until April of next...

 

Searchers find body near Kake

ANCHORAGE (AP) — Alaska State Troopers on Monday said a Kake man who reported missing on Saturday was found dead by a canine team searching for...

 

New and returning artists to attend Oktoberfest

The 45th annual Oktoberfest Art Share, sponsored by the Muskeg Maleriers, will be held Saturday in t...

 

Familiar faces lead PHS wrestling team

Wrestling season at Petersburg High School is starting up, and some new, but familiar faces are now...

 

HS volleyball competes in first tournament of season

The Petersburg High School volleyball team traveled to Juneau for three days of competition at the Juneau Invitational Volleyball Extravaganza (JIVE)...

 

PHS swim competes in last meet before regions

The Petersburg High School swim team traveled to Juneau last weekend to compete in the Juneau High...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

Optimism is the word that best sums up the attitude among most Alaska salmon fishermen after a good season, according to people in the business of buy...

 
 By Sarah Aslam    News    October 21, 2021

Tlingit culture, language lives on through heritage learners

WRANGELL – It gets so heavy, sometimes you just want to put it down is how Virginia Oliver describes preserving the Tlingit language. “You want...

 

Artifact Archive

This photo shows Greg Hildebrand holding an eagle collected for a bounty. Though Tlingit culture...

 

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