Petersburg Pilot -

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March 1, 1918 The Town of Petersburg don’t owe a darned cent to anybody! Such was the purport of a report made by the finance committee of the city council at an adjourned meeting of that body held Monday evening. All obligations of the town have been paid, including notes held by the Bank of Petersburg, amounting in principal and interest to $5,026.66.

February 26, 1943 While the large portion of the students were in Ketchikan, the few who were left in the English classes spent their time rehabilitating the library. The two bookcases were moved together and a fence was placed around it....



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