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Assembly votes against change to meeting times

The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted against a resolution during Monday's meeting that would have...

 

Assembly elects Lynn as vice mayor

Bob Lynn was elected vice mayor by the Petersburg Borough Assembly during its meeting on Monday in...

 

PIA finishes Mountain View Manor boardwalk trail

After two years of navigating supply chain issues and the demands of his other responsibilities work...

 

Years of flat state funding create budget stress for schools across Alaska

The Anchorage School District, which is considering the closure of six elementary schools amid a projected $68 million budget shortfall, isn’t the... Full story

 

Haines hosts SE Honor Music fest

Three Petersburg High School students traveled to Haines with their music teacher, Chelsea Corrao,...

 

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...

 

EPA tells Wrangell it needs to disinfect its sewage discharge

WRANGELL — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that its updated permit for the Wrangell wastewater treatment plant will contain...

 
 By Marc Lutz    News    November 10, 2022

Tlingit & Haida offers small business relief and start-up grants to tribal citizens

WRANGELL — The coronavirus led to many business closures in 2020. Of those that were able to adapt and weather the financial storm caused by the...

 

Halloween landslide leaves Petersburg in the dark

On a night where ghosts and goblins roam the streets, Petersburg residents had a bigger problem to...

 

Housing Task Force members present ideas

Members of the newly formed Housing Task Force held their first meeting in the assembly chambers on...

 

PMC to discuss 5-year plan at upcoming work session

The Petersburg Medical Center Board will hold a work session on Nov. 10 to discuss the hospital's...

 

Forest insect outbreak likely to abate in coming years, says state entomologist

Since 2018, an ongoing insect outbreak has been killing the foliage of hemlock and Stika spruce in...

 
 By Larry Persily    News    November 3, 2022

Funding would be needed to bring back Inter-Island Ferry

Restoration of Inter-Island Ferry Authority service from Coffman Cove on Prince of Wales Island to Wrangell and Petersburg would take money. The...

 
 By BECKY BOHRER    News    November 3, 2022

House report: Pebble Mine backers "tried to trick regulators by pretending to pursue a smaller project"

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Backers of a proposed copper and gold mine in southwest Alaska “tried to trick regulators by pretending to pursue a smaller...

 

Search and Rescue locates missing man on Mitkof Island

Petersburg Search and Rescue found a missing hiker on Sunday off of a U.S. Forest Service road near...

 

Moose seasons ends with 116 harvested

The RM038 moose hunt ended on Oct. 15 with 116 harvested during the season according to Hilary Wood...

 

Pumpkin Queen generates seasonal fun and nonprofit funds

The sixth annual Pumpkin Patch at 9-mile has been open each weekend since the start of October,...

 

Early voting open for midterm election

Early in-person voting for the 2022 state general election opened on Monday. Petersburg residents...

 
 By Jake Clemens    News    October 27, 2022

Introducing the not-so-new Med Center Providers

There are three not-so-new medical providers seeing patients at Petersburg Medical Center. Dr....

 

Barge partially submerged in Wrangell Narrows

A barge is now partially submerged in the Wrangell Narrows near 4 Mile Mitkof Highway after taking...

 

PIA helps members cover fees for extracurriculars

With the mission of getting kids moving and creating life-long healthy habits, the Petersburg...

 

Alaska Raptor Center to swoop through Petersburg

A barred owl named Glaucus (for her gray coloring) and a red tailed hawk named Jake (originally from...

 

Halloween landslide leaves Petersburg trick-or-treaters in the dark

On a night where ghosts and goblins roam the streets, Petersburg residents had a bigger problem to... Full story

 

$14.4 million opens opportunities for new Forest Service cabins

The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input on proposed cabin projects in Alaska made possible...

 

School board revises budget to fund activities, instruction

The Petersburg School District board unanimously voted to revise its FY23 budget during its Oct. 11...

 

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