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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...

 

Twisted Antlers, live

It's that time of the year when the Luncheonettes don Christmas apparel and become the Twisted Antlers to sing carols and raise money for the Salvation Army. From left to right: Katey Gilpin, Rachel...

 

Winter Wonderland

Wade Hatfield waves at a passing car as he holds on to his grandmother Stephanie Payne's hand....

 

Rainbow from Outlook Park

A rainbow as seen from Outlook Park stretches over Point Agassiz on Sunday....

 

Dancing at Wonderland

Glo, left, and Sigrid Wollen dance along to a performance of Winter Wonderland by Nicole and Alec McMurren on Saturday. See more photos of this event on page16....

 

Artifact Archive

The History of Petersburg The Museum has a collection of essays from 1947 written by students of Miss Helen Pruessing, Petersburg High School English III instructor. Sonya Husvik, Casper Hallingstad,...

 

Rainbow over Point Agassiz

Point Agassiz shines yellow beneath a rainbow over the mainland on Dec. 13....

 

Feeding time

Seagulls and murre feed in the late morning sunlight near Jap Creek on Wednesday....

 

Yesterday's News

December 10, 1920 The Petersburg Lodge of the Moose is planning on a big masquerade ball to be given on New Years Eve. The Moose boys say that the ball this year will eclipse by far any dance of this kind ever given here before. While all the...

 

Road damage

Rain and flood waters undermined the 40,000 Rd. over the weekend....

 

Frosted trail

Snow covers the ground and clings to the trees on Raven Roost Trail last weekend of November....

 

The first Christmas tree

Students gathered outside of Rae C. Stedman Elementary School on Dec. 3 to watch staff light up the school's Christmas tree for the first time this season. "It's so nice to drive up the hill and...

 

In the holiday spirit

Christmas lights shine on the Sons of Norway building and the neighboring Bojer Wikan Memorial Park spreading holiday joy....

 

Sunrise display

On Dec. 2 the clouds above Bear Claw Mountain were cast in purple as the sun rose....

 

Towering sentinels

Snow covers the ground and clings to the trees on Raven Roost Trail last Sunday....

 

Storm worthy

The Sandy Beach Park Troll Bridge withstood record flood level waters last Tuesday. Contractor Dieter Klose designed the concrete foundations with engineering help from Alan Murph and with the...

 

Log jam

Trees fell and blocked the roadway of 40,000 Rd. near 3 Lakes Loop on Saturday due to heavy rainfall....

 

A beautiful start

The sun rises over Petersburg Wednesday morning, coloring the cloudy sky purple and orange....

 

Yesterday's News

December 3, 1920 Inaugurating the new winter mail schedule, the gas boat Trygve went to Wrangell on Wednesday and returned with mail from the states. Hogue and Tveten have been awarded the contract and this service will consist of 6 trips between...

 

Special guests arrive

Mickey (Denise Gubernick) and Minnie Mouse (Rebecca Anderson) make their way down Nordic Dr. on Friday....

 

Wade and Mr. Claus

Wade Hatfield and Santa Claus take a good look at each other during the Christmas tree lighting ceremony....

 

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