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After Ketchikan fire, Wrangell port commission considers insurance mandate for boat owners

After a recent fire put the Ketchikan harbor department at risk of a lawsuit for not requiring boat owners to carry insurance, the Wrangell Port and...

 

Borough Assembly candidate forum roundup

The five candidates running for the two seats on the Petersburg Borough Assembly participated in a c...

 

Harbor Board Candidate Survey

Casey Knight What is your age? 36 What experience do you have? Three years on Harbor Board Why do yo...

 

Mayoral Candidates Survey

Bob Lynn What is your age? 76 What experience do you have? I've had 8 year's experience on the...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    August 18, 2022

School board sets relaxed COVID-19 guidelines

The Petersburg School Board updated its COVID-19 mitigation plan for the upcoming school year...

 

Tlingit & Haida behavioral health services reaches out across Southeast

WRANGELL — ­In November of last year, Tlingit & Haida Community and Behavioral Services opened a healing center in Juneau to provide care to...

 

'Test yourself and you'll eventually make it'

Words of advice have been running through Joseph Tagaban's mind ever since meeting his NBA idol... Full story

 
 By Dr. Anne Zink    Opinion    July 7, 2022

Guest Commentary

In early 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic, we knew almost nothing about COVID-19. How did it spread? Who would get sick? How could we protect...

 
 By Chris Basinger    News    June 23, 2022

House District 2 Candidate Questionnaire, Part 1

Two candidates have filed for candidacy in this year's election to fill Rep. Jonathon...

 
 By Larry Persily    News    May 19, 2022

Senator wants Alaska to set up its own flood insurance program

Alaska property owners have paid more than four times as much in premiums than they received back in claims under the National Flood Insurance...

 

PMC health fair 'getting back on track'

The Petersburg Medical Center is bringing back its Health and Safety Fair after a four-year hiatus...

 
 By Sarah Aslam    News    February 24, 2022

Documentary of Metlakatla's 2018 state basketball championship season coming to Petersburg next week

An award-winning film chronicling the Metlakatla boys basketball team's run to the 2018 state...

 
 By Marc Lutz    News    January 27, 2022

School day face mask protest attracts 14 Wrangell students

WRANGELL – The kids gathered atop the sledding hill across from Evergreen Elementary, next to a...

 

School board votes to keep universal masking

The Petersburg School Board voted to continue universal masking throughout the district as part of...

 

To the Editor: Southeast Alaska Farmers Summit 2022: Postponed

To the Editor: My wife and I, Marja Smets and Bo Varsano of Farragut Farm, are the founders and organizers of the Southeast Alaska Farmers Summit....

 
 By Sarah Aslam    News    January 20, 2022

Closure of outdoor program for at-risk children hits Wrangell

WRANGELL - SEARHC's announcement last week that it was shuttering the 21-year-old Alaska Crossings program in Wrangell, a wilderness therapy program...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

An Alaska Salmon Research Task Force Act was introduced in Congress last week by Alaska Senators...

 

PMC launches new electronic records system

The Petersburg Medical Center has spent the last two weeks implementing a new electronic health records system, with the goal of increased security...

 

Assembly discusses spending ARPA funds on childcare programs

The Borough Assembly held a discussion during Monday's meeting to figure out how the borough should...

 

Editorial: No personal accountability

The Petersburg Borough Assembly’s attempt to abate a public health crisis in Petersburg Wednesday night went nowhere. Creating an ordinance to...

 

COVID outbreak cancels PHS volleyball tournament

The Petersburg High School volleyball team’s North Seeding Tournament was canceled last weekend due to the high number of active COVID-19 cases in...

 

Borough buildings close as COVID-19 active case count rockets to 48

The Petersburg Medical Center reported 12 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday for a total of 48 active...

 

Borough Assembly approves transboundary salmon resolution

The Borough Assembly discussed a resolution during their October 19 meeting which seeks to protect...

 

Universal masking to continue in schools

The Petersburg School Board discussed COVID-19's continued impact on the school during Tuesday's mee...

 

Active COVID-19 cases fall to 16

The Petersburg Medical Center reported 16 active cases of COVID-19 Wednesday after several cases...

 

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