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Articles from the December 15, 2022 edition

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3 Viking wrestlers win regional championships, 9 advance to state

The Petersburg High School wrestling team took the regional championships by storm last weekend,...

 

La Niña brings on colder winter in Southeast

Petersburg is expected to be in for a cooler than normal winter as La Niña conditions return for...

 

Yesterday's News

December 8, 1922 – A Ford passenger car arrived in town on the mail boat from Juneau this week for Ole Scarbro and will be used in a general jitney...

 

Construction at Hammer & Wikan Grocery part of long-term goal for expansion

Hammer & Wikan is currently in the midst of a construction project behind the grocery store in...

 

Carrying on a delicious tradition

Petersburg's Sons of Norway Hall saw a sizeable turnout for Wednesday night's pickled herring...

 

Guest Editorial: Alaska needs to accept that the world is changing

The world will continue to need liquid fuels refined from crude oil for decades. But it likely will need less in the decades ahead as it transitions...

 

To the Editor

Thank you! To the Editor: Mitkof Dance Troupe (MDT) is eternally grateful for the many students, families, teachers, volunteers, and community...

 

Police report

December 7 – An officer conducted a welfare check on Nordic Drive. An officer responded to a report of a disturbance on Sing Lee Alley and...

 

PMC finalizes 5-year strategic plan

Petersburg Medical Center CEO Phil Hofstetter gave a report on the finalized PMC Strategic Plan for... Full story

 
 By James Brooks    News    December 15, 2022

Ahead of first-draft state budget, oil prices are driving a tighter Alaska fiscal picture

The lowest crude oil prices of the year are coming at a bad time for Alaska.  This week, as required by state law, Gov. Mike Dunleavy will unveil... Full story

 

Students learn to cook under pressure - and enjoy it

WRANGELL ­­– From deadly toxins to dangerous explosions, the risks of pressure canning make...

 

Online series focuses on preserving Alaska's natural foods

Learn to safely preserve foods at home in a five-week series of online classes available statewide from January 7 to February 4, 2023. Sarah Lewis,...

 

Lady Vikings reload ahead of Metlakatla clash

Practices are well underway for the Petersburg High School girls basketball team-a team that has...

 

Vikings fresh for home opener

Students on the Petersburg High School boys basketball team are making their final preparations...

 

Artifact Archive

Mantle ewers were a popular decor item in the Victorian years between 1837 and 1901. Not a vase,...

 

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