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Preliminary results show Stedman, Himschoot ahead

The 2022 general election polls closed Tuesday night, putting an end to the campaign season and...

 

Dunleavy appears headed to re-election, may head off ranked choice count

In votes counted through early Wednesday morning, Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy appeared on pace for... Full story

 
 By Yereth Rosen    News    November 10, 2022

In closely watched Alaska U.S. Senate and House races, outcomes will take 2 weeks to be determined

The nation's eyes are on the U.S. Senate and House races in Alaska, but anyone wanting to know the... Full story

 

Borough faces two lawsuits relating to police chief

The Petersburg Borough Assembly will hold a special meeting on Nov. 11 to decide if it will appoint...

 

Yesterday's News News from 25-50-75-100 years ago

November 10, 1922 – In a talk before the Juneau Commercial Association luncheon, Roy Jones, an aviator from Ketchikan currently in Juneau with his...

 

9 new cabins proposed for Petersburg and Wrangell Ranger Districts

The Petersburg and Wrangell Ranger Districts are seeking comments for nine proposed cabins as the...

 

Police report

November 2 – An alarm activated at pump station #4. Water Wastewater (W/WW) was notified and responded. An officer responded to a report of a danger...

 

Court report

October 19, 2022 In the Petersburg District Court, Deputy Magistrate Judge Sheri LaDawn Ridgeway presided over the State of Alaska v Dylan Barger in...

 

Assembly votes against change to meeting times

The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted against a resolution during Monday's meeting that would have...

 

Assembly elects Lynn as vice mayor

Bob Lynn was elected vice mayor by the Petersburg Borough Assembly during its meeting on Monday in...

 

PIA finishes Mountain View Manor boardwalk trail

After two years of navigating supply chain issues and the demands of his other responsibilities work...

 

Years of flat state funding create budget stress for schools across Alaska

The Anchorage School District, which is considering the closure of six elementary schools amid a projected $68 million budget shortfall, isn’t the... Full story

 

5 Petersburg wrestlers place at ACS

The Petersburg High School wrestling team made the long trip up to Anchorage last weekend for the...

 

Haines hosts SE Honor Music fest

Three Petersburg High School students traveled to Haines with their music teacher, Chelsea Corrao,...

 

Dunleavy, Peltola seek federal relief after failure of Alaska crab fisheries

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has requested a federal disaster declaration and U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola has requested $250 million in relief funding after the... Full story

 

State sets 31-day wolf season on Prince of Wales Island

The wolf hunting and trapping season for Prince of Wales Island will be the same as last year — Nov. 15 to Dec. 15 — though a number of individual...

 

After Ketchikan fire, Wrangell port commission considers insurance mandate for boat owners

After a recent fire put the Ketchikan harbor department at risk of a lawsuit for not requiring boat owners to carry insurance, the Wrangell Port and...

 

EPA tells Wrangell it needs to disinfect its sewage discharge

WRANGELL — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that its updated permit for the Wrangell wastewater treatment plant will contain...

 
 By Marc Lutz    News    November 10, 2022

Tlingit & Haida offers small business relief and start-up grants to tribal citizens

WRANGELL — The coronavirus led to many business closures in 2020. Of those that were able to adapt and weather the financial storm caused by the...

 

Obituary: Sigrid Medalen, 91

Sigrid Medalen passed away peacefully on October 12, 2022 after a short illness. Sigrid Carol... Full story

 

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