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Articles from the November 11, 2021 edition

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Kake access road open to public

Construction has finished on the Kake Access Road project and the road and boat launch opened to the public October 29 according to Garrett Paul, project manager with the Department of...

 

Assembly unanimously approves emergency mask mandate

The Borough Assembly approved an emergency ordinance Friday which requires that masks must be worn inside all public indoor spaces. Petersburg saw a dramatic increase in cases in the week leading up...

 

Supply chain issues hit Petersburg businesses

Businesses in Petersburg are feeling the impacts of global supply chain challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The manufacturing of some goods is slowing down and shipments are being delayed...

 

Yesterday's News

November 11, 1921 The laboratory equipment for instruction of the classes in general science in the Petersburg School and which was ordered several weeks before the opening of the present school term arrived on the last trip of the Spokane and is...

 

COVID-19 active case count reaches record high with 79

The Petersburg Medical Center reported 21 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total active cases to 79, the most Petersburg has seen since the beginning of the pandemic. 64 new positives...

 

To the Editor

What’s wrong with this picture? To the Editor: Monday Petersburg had 67 Covid cases. Its winter population is probably around 2,500. Clallam County, WA had 37 new cases. Its population is 77,331. What’s wrong with this picture? John Hoag...

 

Court report

Sept. 24 – Ramona Short entered a not guilty plea to a charge of violating conditions of release. The defendant was released on a $500 performance bond and other conditions. Danny Rusk entered a not guilty plea to a charge of violating conditions...

 

Police report

November 3 — An officer responded to a noise complaint near Ira II St. Officers received a call regarding a deer with a possible broken leg near Aaslaug St. but were unable to locate it. Officers received to a call about a lost dog near Howkan St....

 

New lights coming to ice skate pond

Parks and Recreation are working on a project to set up lights near the ballfield at the ice skate pond to provide safety to users of the pond during the dark winter months, according to Parks and...

 

Salvation Army prepares to enter holiday season amidst thrift store struggles

With the holiday season coming up many people look to help the Salvation Army by either donating food and clothing or volunteering their time, but some recent challenges are affecting the charitable...

 

PIA making progress on Manor boardwalk trail

The Petersburg Indian Association is making progress on constructing the Mountain View Manor boardwalk trail and now has a 2022 estimated completion date according to Tribal Administrator Tracy Welch....

 

PHS wrestling faces new opposition in Anchorage tournament

Six students from the Petersburg High School wrestling team traveled to Anchorage last weekend to compete in the Anchorage Christian Schools tournament. The tournament is the biggest in the state for 3A and smaller schools with upwards of 30 teams ac...

 

COVID outbreak cancels PHS volleyball tournament

The Petersburg High School volleyball team’s North Seeding Tournament was canceled last weekend due to the high number of active COVID-19 cases in Petersburg according to Activities Director Jaime Cabral. PHS was set to host the tournament and...

 

US government finalizes first land allotments under 2019 law

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The U.S. Department of Interior said the first two federal land allotments to Alaska Native Vietnam War-era veterans have been finalized. Frank Nanooruk and Richard Boskoffsky received the first allotments under a 2019 law...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

It’s a fish trifecta for Alaska’s 2021 salmon season. The fishery produced the third-highest catch, fish poundage and value on record dating back to 1975. According to preliminary harvests and values by region from the Alaska Department of Fish...

 

Stedman Elementary School moves to remote learning

Stedman Elementary School will transition to remote learning for the rest of the week due to the impact of COVID-19 according to an announcement Monday from Superintendent Erica Kludt-Painter.... Full story

 

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