Articles from the November 30, 2023 edition

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Petersburg adds its help to Wrangell recovery efforts

Following the devastating landslide that happened in Wrangell the night of Nov. 20, volunteers...

 

State releases names of landslide dead and missing

WRANGELL - State officials have released the names of the four people killed and two others still...

 

Florschutz survives after landslide traps her overnight

WRANGELL - Christina Florschutz, an aide at Evergreen Elementary School, survived the 11-Mile landsl...

 
 By Orin Pierson    News    November 30, 2023

Burglary suspect in custody

An arrest has been made for the recent string of burglaries of downtown Petersburg businesses. Zachary Bray, 27, was taken into custody by Petersburg...

 

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

November 30, 1923 – The Thanksgiving Eve masquerade this year was a most enjoyable and successful affair. The hall was crowded and the costumes...

 

To the Editor

To Whom It May Concern To the Editor: I am 82 years old now. My great-grandchildren are seventh generation of family residents growing up in...

 

Police report

November 21 – The Petersburg Police Department (PPD) advised the Department of Transportation of several downed trees and flooding along the Mitkof...

 

Eyewitnesses and slide evacuees share their stories

WRANGELL ­ — People living near the landslide’s path had a harrowing night Nov. 20, as homes were evacuated and first responders searched for peo...

 

Landslide likely caused by rain, high winds

WRANGELL ­- Heavy rains, high winds and the unique topography of the area likely caused the Nov....

 

Sitka responded to fatal 2015 landslide with monitoring system

A series of landslides hit Sitka more than eight years ago during heavy rain, with the largest striking a new subdivision and killing three workers....

 

Satellite link in a backpack provides Wi-Fi service for landslide responders

WRANGELL — First responders and volunteers working at the site of the deadly landslide have a Wi-Fi signal, thanks to a backpack satellite-link...

 
 By Olivia Rose    News    November 30, 2023

Assembly determines price for tidelands sale to Wikan Enterprises

On Nov. 20, the Petersburg Borough Assembly approved the sale of borough-owned tidelands to Wikan Enterprises, Inc. at the price of $112,564. The...

 

Artist Suzanne Fuqua featured in first-ever solo show

After helping her friend Kerry Kirkpatrick set up a solo exhibition at Juneau Douglas City Museum...

 
 By Liam Demko    Sports    November 30, 2023

VSC sister duo make a splash competing in Arizona

Petersburg swimmers Tori and Bella Miller traveled down to the lower 48 earlier this month to...

 

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