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 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

Borough approves $600,000 for new baler in first reading

The borough assembly passed ordinance 2018-21 on Dec.17 in its first reading which allocates $400,000 from the sanitation fund and $200,000 from the Motor Pool to replace the borough’s baler. Last month, the assembly had voted to completely...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

High school students give back to community

To give back to a community that supports them year round, Petersburg High School held their second annual Day of Giving where students in the high school volunteered around town on Friday. "A day...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

Borough passes updated development code in its third reading

On Dec. 17, the borough assembly approved ordinance #2018-18, which is the borough’s updated development code, in its third reading after approving and denying amendments to the updated code made by community members. The assembly went through...

 

Yesterday's News

December 27, 1918 No paper was published this week December 31, 1943 Lt. A. Langdon, chairman of the Petersburg Christmas Cheer committee, turned in a final report of the committee’s activities this year. Organizations participating in this work...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

School board approves funds for food service renovation

The Petersburg School Board awarded the food service renovation bid to Jay-Brant General Contractors based out of Homer and transferred $300,000 from the allocated capital funds to the food service...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

PMC up in net operating revenue, down in cash on hand

Petersburg Medical Center CFO Doran Hammett gave his financial report for the month of November on Thursday to the hospital’s board of directors that showed the hospital’s net operating revenue for the month was above what was budgeted but a decr...

 

Court report

Nov. 21 — Jared Nicholas Burns was arraigned before Superior Court Judge Carey on charges of failure to stop at the direction of a Peace Officer and driving without a valid operator’s license. The defendant entered a not guilty plea and was...

 

Police report

December 19 — Brina Compton, 23, was arrested on charges of felony misconduct involving controlled substances in the second and third degree. Authorities responded to minors throwing rocks at power transformers at a location on S. Nordic Dr. Decemb...

 
 By Brian Varela    News    December 27, 2018

Artist displays photos and drawings from Madagascar

Hilary Hunter hosted her first solo art show titled Vita Gasy at FireLight Gallery and Framing on Friday showcasing photos and art from her two years living in Madagascar. Growing up, she was around...

 

Alaska Fish Factor: For centuries seafood has taken a special spot on holidays all over the world

Hundreds of boats are gearing up for the January start of some of Alaska’s largest fisheries in waters managed by the federal government from three to 200 miles offshore. Meanwhile, the government shut down over Donald Trump’s demand for nearly $...

 

Longtime head of Alaska's Iditarod sled dog race is leaving

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -Iditarod Trail Committee CEO Stan Hooley said Thursday he is leaving the post he held since 1993 to take on a new opportunity outside the state. The 61-year-old Hooley says he's not at liberty to say what the opportunity is...

 

School News

Abbey Hardie and Jasmine Ieremia, both from Petersburg, have qualified for the 2018 fall quarter honor roll at Central Washington University in Ellensburg Washington....

 

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