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Mountain View Manor down to one active COVID-19 case

The Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility is reporting one active case of COVID-19 as of Wednesday according to Mountain View Manor...

 
 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...

 

COVID-19 outbreak hits Mountain View Manor

A COVID-19 outbreak at the Mountain View Manor Assisted Living Facility has resulted in at least 12...

 

2022 Tanner crab season opens on February 11

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced the start of the 2022 Southeast Alaska commercial T...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 17, 2022

Grant funded program helps keep elders CAPABLE of aging in place

A local doctor initially spoke to Paul Bowen about a new program aimed at allowing older community... Full story

 

"Transported" show to feature local photographers

The Clausen Museum is set to open a community photography show on Saturday called "Transported"...

 

MMS robotics competes in state tournament

The Mitkof Middle School robotics team traveled to Anchorage to compete in the state tournament on...

 

Parks and Recreation passes given to board members and child care staff

Parks and Recreation has distributed community center membership passes to borough board members and...

 

School board approves 2022-2023 calendar

The Petersburg School Board unanimously approved the calendar for the 2022-2023 school year during its meeting on February 8. The 2022-2023 calendar...

 

School board eases COVID-19 mitigation plan

The Petersburg School Board voted unanimously to amend its COVID-19 mitigation plan Tuesday night...

 

Upcoming Tanner crab fishery sees high abundance estimate

The 2022 commercial Tanner crab fishery is set to open Friday at noon with this season's mature...

 

"Freedom Convoy" drives through Petersburg

Over 200 cars, trucks, and other vehicles assembled Sunday afternoon to take part in a "Freedom...

 

Post office set to receive new parcel pickup boxes

During the Petersburg Borough Assembly's meeting on Monday, Mayor Mark Jensen reported that he and...

 

Assembly votes against review of police department staffing challenges

The Petersburg Borough Assembly decided not to conduct a Public Safety Advisory Board review of the...

 

Smoke on the water

A small electrical fire was reported Friday at about 3 p.m. in the South Boat Harbor after smoke...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 10, 2022

A hard-earned record setting caribou hunt

Claira Sallenbach had talked with friends about making her first hunting trip to caribou country thi...

 
 By Jess Field    News    February 3, 2022

Séet Ká Festival debuts in Petersburg

Attendees to the upcoming Séet Ká Festival in town should leave with a wealth of knowledge...

 

Chad Wright to become new PIA tribal administrator

Chad Wright is set to become the new tribal administrator of the Petersburg Indian Association next...

 

HIP holds fifth annual Project Connect

Humanity In Progress held its fifth annual Project Connect event at the John Hanson Sr. Community...

 

COVID-19 airport testing contract expires: PMC will continue providing testing

The borough's contract with the State of Alaska to provide funding for COVID-19 travel testing... Full story

 

Superior Court Judge Carey to celebrate retirement in Petersburg

Superior Court Judge William Carey is set to retire later this month after finishing his final...

 

Motor pool shop repair reaches final completion

Two and a half years after a fire damaged the motor pool shop at Public Works, the project to...

 

Hospital board reviews staffing amid COVID challenges

The Petersburg Medical Center Hospital Board discussed the hospital's current staffing situation...

 

AP&T SEALink fiber optic cable project through Mitkof Island gets early start

The Alaska Power & Telephone Company's SEALink submarine fiber optic cable project is nearing...

 

Middle school robotics gears up for state tournament

The Mitkof Middle School robotics team is making their final preparations for the upcoming robotics...

 

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