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A calm evening at the Rapids

The sun sets on calm waters and snow capped mountain tops last month at Blind River Rapids....

 

Yesterday's News

January 14, 1921 Work is to start immediately on the section of shrimp and crab cannery in Petersburg which will have a capacity of from 40-50 cases of half pound cans per day to start, which will be increased as condition warrants. H. H. Malcom, an...

 

Everything including the kitchen sink

A Sandy Beach resident starts the New Year out with some heavy duty housecleaning that included the kitchen sink....

 

Crocus, a start

This winter hasn't been cold enough to keep Terrie Beal's large crocuses in the ground. The warm weather doesn't usually draw them out until towards the end of winter, she said. "They're coming up...

 

Artifact Archive

By 1923, the U. S. Forest Service managed 140 fox farm permits on the Tongass National Forest, covering 78,000 acres. Petersburg along with Haines-Skagway, and the Mendenhall Valley and Lemon Creek area in Juneau were pioneers in the industry....

 

A refreshing start to 2021

Participants in this year's Polar Dip rush out of the cold waters of South Boat Harbor on Friday....

 

Reflections

The reflection of Crystal Mountain and its tower were visible in Crystal Lake on Dec. 27...

 

Yesterday's News

January 7, 1921 Starting the 15th of January, and continuing for an indefinite period, the Petersburg Weekly Report will cost four dollars per year, instead of the three dollars formerly charged. At the same time advertising rates will be advanced....

 

Yesterday's News

December 31, 1920 Looking back over the past year, it seems to us that Petersburg has taken a rapid stride to the front since we last extended to you the season’s greetings. More new houses and homes have been built than for several years before: t...

 

School News

Brynn Lister was named to the President’s List at Montana State University at Bozeman....

 

Artifact Archive

Promotional Calendars Objects noting the passage of time have been around for millenia, but promotional calendars are relatively new. Not until the 1850s did Ohio newspaperman Jasper Meek begin...

 

Unfrozen

A portion of the Crystal Mountain Ridge stands above Crystal Lake, which is usually frozen this time of the year....

 

Yesterday's News

December 24, 1920 The business men of Ketchikan have subscribed $2,500 with which to send a representative to Washington D.C. to induce the department of justice to support a request for a division of the First Judicial District of Alaska. At...

 

1st place boat

Jim and Robin Roberts' Adventures won first place for the boat category in the Christmas decorating contest. The boat is a 49 foot live-aboard power boat moored in North Boat Harbo...

 

New ride for Long Term Care

Petersburg Medical Center purchased a new van for their long term care residents. The previous van was purchased in 2000, so the hospital was ready for an upgrade, said PMC Public Relations...

 

1st place house

Alisa and Jim Edgars' house on N. Nordic Dr. took first in the local Christmas decorating contest. Dolphin St. took first in the neighborhood category....

 

1st place business

Lee's Clothing won the business category in Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and Petersburg Municipal Power & Light's Christmas decorating contest. Entries were judged based on effort, originality,...

 

School News

Andrea Linden Burt has been named to the Dean’s List for the 2020 Fall semester at Angelo State University, in San Angelo, Texas. Clara Medalen graduated a Doctor of Chiropractic from Life Chiropractic College West, in Hayward,...

 

Holiday Hustle for LTC

Residents of Petersburg Medical Center's Long Term Care throw candy canes down to participants in Saturday's Holiday Hustle. About a dozen people signed up for the mile run or walk from PMC out to...

 

Yesterday's News

December 17, 1920 The Petersburg city council met in postponed regular session last Monday night and transacted routine business. The report of the town treasurer showed that the town had a balance of approximately $700 after all bills, amounting to...

 

Raven Trail

The view of Frederick Sound on Dec. 12 from Raven Trail at 1,663 feet of elevation....

 

Damage control

Streets Foreman Martin Odegaard uses an excavator to assist Petersburg Municipal Power & Light with relocating a transformer on the Public Works lot. A recent landslide on the property put the...

 

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