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Infrastructure deal could support Petersburg projects

Petersburg is planning how potential funds from the $1 trillion infrastructure deal could be used...

 

Record high sea cucumber harvest expected for the region

The 2021-2022 Southeast Alaska sea cucumber season is expected to surpass the current three-year rot...

 

COVID-19 case count drops to 27

The Petersburg Medical Center reported a declining number of cases this week with with only 27...

 

Yesterday's News

December 2, 1921 A rutabaga weighing 27½ pounds, was raised by D.W. Kirk of Wrangell and is on exhibit in that city. Mr. Kirk had one weighing 56 pou...

 

To the Editor

Thank you To the Editor: A heartfelt thank you to our EMTs, doctors, and hospital staff for all their kindness. Geneva Bishop and Family My turn To...

 

Guest Commentary

Sometimes, connecting the dots is the best way to learn. The first set of dots cost $87 million in federal pandemic aid money. That’s the price of...

 

Court report

Nov. 15 – Bail conditions for Levi Scott Newman were amended that defendant not depart S.E. Alaska without court permission. Nov. 17 – The court...

 

Police report

November 23 — A runaway canine was reported near Gjoa St. An officer responded to a minor vehicle accident in a parking lot near N. Nordic Dr. Prope...

 

Lights out: Wrangell and Petersburg left without power after high winds

An unexpected, strong weather system sent high winds tearing through Wrangell, snapping three...

 

Adventuring couple begins their second winter in Petersburg

Though the call for adventure never ceases, even the crew of the Endeavour needs to take time to...

 

Average weather for summer 2021

Petersburg generally saw average temperatures and precipitation over the summer compared to...

 

Improvements coming to Petersburg Ranger District

The United States Forest Service announced plans Monday to improve three sites within the Tongass Na...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

More than one million pounds of old fishing nets and lines from Alaska have made it to recycling markets, where they are remade into plastic pellets...

 

Obituary: Tanya Lee Roundtree, 65

Tanya Lee Roundtree, 65, now rests in peace. She passed away Nov. 16, 2021 after living with ALS....

 

USDA looking to restore Tongass roadless protections

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is seeking to repeal the 2020 Alaska Roadless Rule which...

 

New school guidelines allow close contacts to remain in-person with testing

The Petersburg School District updated its testing protocols Friday, Nov. 26 to allow students...

 

Artifact Archive

In November of 1942, the Alaska Life magazine provided helpful household tips under the heading...

 

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