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 By Chris Basinger    News    March 17, 2022

Vakker Sted apartments near completion

Vakker Sted, the income-based apartment building across the street from the Petersburg Medical...

 
 By Jess Field    News    March 17, 2022

Celebrating St. Patty's without alcohol

St. Patty's Day used to be the perfect excuse for Nicole McMurren to get "bombed," almost as if her...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 17, 2022

Lori Roberts retires from OBI

Lori Roberts celebrated her last day of work at OBI Seafoods on December 10 after a 42 year career...

 

Applications open for mortgage assistance program

Applications are now being accepted for a federally funded financial assistance program for Alaska...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 10, 2022

School board approves optional masking

The Petersburg School Board unanimously approved a move to optional masking in all buildings during...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 10, 2022

PHS students prepare for upcoming LeConte Glacier survey

While most high schools may take a field trip to the local museum or zoo, a select group of...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 10, 2022

Harbor rates increase passes second reading

An ordinance which would increase rates at Petersburg's municipal harbors was unanimously approved...

 
 By Larry Persily    News    March 10, 2022

Trade war, COVID and now Ukraine invasion eat into Alaska seafood sales

First a trade war, then a battle against an infectious virus and now a real war are all affecting Alaska seafood exports. Shipments to China fell...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    March 3, 2022

PMC Health Fair to return this spring

Laboratory Manager Violet Shimek announced during last week's Petersburg Medical Center Hospital...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 24, 2022

A snapshot of Petersburg child care providers

The state of child care availability in Petersburg remains a central concern for the community....

 

Mountain View Manor down to one active COVID-19 case

The Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility is reporting one active case of COVID-19 as of Wednesday according to Mountain View Manor...

 

State will provide financial aid for homeowners hurt by pandemic

Alaska's state housing agency has distributed more than $243 million in financial aid the past year...

 

Artifact Archive: History that is evolving now

Our patrons often expect us to focus mainly on the past, but what about history that is evolving...

 

COVID-19 outbreak hits Mountain View Manor

A COVID-19 outbreak at the Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility has resulted in at least 12...

 

Ferry system may reconsider charging more when ships are fuller

State ferry management said they are working to be more responsive to community and passenger...

 

To the Editor

Come fly your flags with me Americans To the Editor: I’ve recently found myself in many interesting conversations with my six year old about...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 17, 2022

Grant funded program helps keep elders CAPABLE of aging in place

A local doctor initially spoke to Paul Bowen about a new program aimed at allowing older community... Full story

 

"Transported" show to feature local photographers

The Clausen Museum is set to open a community photography show on Saturday called "Transported"...

 

School board eases COVID-19 mitigation plan

The Petersburg School Board voted unanimously to amend its COVID-19 mitigation plan Tuesday night...

 

"Freedom Convoy" drives through Petersburg

Over 200 cars, trucks, and other vehicles assembled Sunday afternoon to take part in a "Freedom...

 

Post office set to receive new parcel pickup boxes

During the Petersburg Borough Assembly's meeting on Monday, Mayor Mark Jensen reported that he and...

 

To the Editor

Cultural Richness of Petersburg To the Editor: Petersburg’s inaugural Séet Ká Festival happens February 10-16. This is such an exciting thing to s...

 

The Viking Swim Club makes waves in Petersburg meet

The Viking Swim Club held its November Rain meet last week, hosting the Glacier Swim Club from Junea...

 

COVID-19 outbreak hits Mountain View Manor

A COVID-19 outbreak at the Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility has resulted in at least 10... Full story

 

Chad Wright to become new PIA tribal administrator

Chad Wright is set to become the new tribal administrator of the Petersburg Indian Association next...

 

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