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 By Larry Persily    News    November 23, 2023 

University of Alaska Southeast fisheries program attracts more students, and not just from Alaska

Now in its 15th year, the applied fisheries program at the University of Alaska Southeast draws students from across the state and across the...


Envisioning a future of mariculture boom times More than $100M helping spur growth in oyster and kelp farming, research and development

The first thing to know about the mariculture industry in Alaska is how much money and effort are going into making it a major economic driver for...

 By Olivia Rose    News    October 26, 2023

New tourism teams reflect on 2023 season

The air in town is crisp, leaves continue to fall and the mornings are turning frosty. Even with...


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

October 19, 1923 – The Wrangell Commercial Club voted unanimously in favor of the division of a new territory out of Southeastern Alaska and voted...

 By Larry Persily    News    October 19, 2023

Building mariculture industry means growing production and market at same time

A statewide effort to build up Alaska’s mariculture industry is looking to expand production at the same time it grows the market, particularly for...


Obituaries - David Dodsworth Wallen, 79

David Dodsworth Wallen, a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend, passed away at the... Full story


Obituary: Carl E. Crome 08/26/1940 – 09/08/2023

Carl Edward Crome passed away on September 8, 2023 at United General Medical Center in... Full story

 By Orin Pierson    News    September 7, 2023

Dave Ohmer retires after 44 years managing Petersburg processor

After serving 44 years as plant manager, Dave Ohmer retired last Friday. Dave's grandfather, Earl...


Bursting ice dam in Juneau highlights risks of destructive glacial flooding around the globe

JUNEAU - The gray, two-story home with white trim toppled and slid, crashing into the river below...

 By Olivia Rose    News    August 10, 2023

Gus Pennington joins Stedman staff as 5th grade teacher

Gus Pennington will return to Stedman Elementary School this fall as the new fifth grade teacher....



John Edgington was born in southern California and after high school he went to Alaska for the... Full story

 By Chris Basinger    News    June 29, 2023

USCGC Pike changes command

The U.S. Coast Guard held a Change of Command Ceremony for the new officer in charge of the USCGC...

 By James Brooks    News    June 22, 2023

Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoes half of proposed funding increase for K-12 public schools

Gov. Mike Dunleavy signed Alaska’s $6 billion state budget into law Monday after vetoing more than $200 million from the document approved in...

 By Caroleine James    News    June 22, 2023

Concert pianist to perform at Petersburg Lutheran Church

For many, classical music evokes images of evening gowns, baroque concert halls and impassioned,...

 By Kyle Clayton    Dockside    June 22, 2023

Grant could help create Southeast squid market

Which came first, the magister squid fishery or the magister squid market? A Juneau charter fishing operator was just awarded a $230,000 grant from...

 By Sophia Carlisle    News    May 25, 2023

The former Salmon Thirty Salmon gets an authentic Alaska redesign

This month, Alaska Airlines unveiled a new design that replaced the Salmon Thirty Salmon art known b... Full story


Obituary: Dennis Sperl, 79

Long-time Petersburg resident Dennis Sperl survived a near fatal stroke in March of 2015, but... Full story


Fishery expert says he is optimistic about long-term prospects for Bristol Bay sockeye salmon

The long-term outlook is bright for Bristol Bay sockeye runs, source of a thriving commercial... Full story


Petersburg wolf stops by Wrangell on long swim to Etolin Island

Wolves are social, territorial animals that educate their young, care for their injured and stick with their close-knit family groups — most of the...


Work gets started to build up seaweed, shellfish farming industry in Alaska

Organizers are creating programs to start using a $49 million federal grant and $15 million in matching funds to grow Alaska’s shellfish and...


To the Editor

Vikings: take a closer look To the Editor: I enjoy living in a community with a strong sense of tradition and heritage, sadly lacking in many places...


UAS program prepares students for jobs in fishing industry

Everything you could possibly want to know about fish, from their biological characteristics to the...


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...


Assembly to consider child care support program at next meeting

The Petersburg Borough Assembly is expected to take a look at adopting a trial program to support lo...


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

December 1, 1922 – “I love them all – their father saved my life,” rejoiced Mrs. A. W. Thomas, widely known Alaska sportswoman, as she...


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