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Borough buildings close as COVID-19 active case count rockets to 48

The Petersburg Medical Center reported 12 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday for a total of 48 active...

 

Local student battling cancer hopeful to return home soon

After months away from family and friends, Joseph Tagaban hopes to return home to Petersburg in time... Full story

 

Yesterday's News

November 4, 1921 Word has recently been received here to the effect that Mr. Jacob Otness has been appointed postmaster for Petersburg, to succeed...

 

Disease and sanitation ordinances passed by assembly

The Borough Assembly approved ordinances #2021-15 and #2021-17 during Monday's meeting in each of...

 

To the Editor

Conspiracy Theory To the Editor: Let’s pretend that a country decided to find a way to cripple its foes physically and financially without using...

 

Police report

October 27 — Suspicious activity was reported near S. 2nd St., but nothing was found. Abandoned property was brought to the police department. A...

 

Affordable housing complex opening delayed

The Vakker Sted affordable housing complex, soon to be home to 15 low income housing units, on...

 

PSD welcomes new nurse

Trish Oppenheim was not actively seeking out opportunities for work, but when she heard about the...

 

Electric rate study proposes increases for 2022 and 2023

During Monday's meeting the Borough Assembly listened to a presentation by John Heberling on the...

 

PHS wrestling competes in Haines tournament

The Petersburg High School wrestling team traveled to Haines last weekend to compete in its second t...

 

PHS swim season ends at region meet

The Petersburg High School swim season came to a close after the 2021 Region V Swim & Dive Championship in Ketchikan last weekend. Prior to the meet,...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

It’s hard to believe, but Dungeness crab in the Gulf of Alaska is now Alaska’s largest crab fishery – a distinction due to the collapse of...

 

Rep. Kreiss-Tomkins available in Petersburg Nov. 5

State Representative Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins is recently returned from the legislative session in Juneau. He’ll be holding public office hours at...

 

COVID-19 outbreaks cause continued stress for healthcare workers

The Petersburg Medical Center Hospital Board met Thursday to discuss the latest COVID-19 outbreak...

 

Assembly supports Senate minority redistricting plan

The Borough Assembly approved Resolution #2021-14 during Monday's meeting, signifying their support...

 

Statewide salmon fishery doubles in value

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game released its preliminary figures for the total harvest and value of this year’s commercial salmon fishery. 23...

 

Man arrested in Kake after gunfire lockdown

(AP) – A man was arrested Tuesday in the southeast Alaska community of Kake, which a tribal official earlier said had gone into lockdown. Alaska Sta...

 

Artifact Archive

This photo is of John Lott, probably taken in the 1930s. John came to Petersburg after 1910 to work...

 

Obituary: Florence May LeRoy

On May 15, 2021, our mom, Florence May LeRoy peacefully passed away at the age of 101 years, on the... Full story

 

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