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April 5, 1918 John Allen, who returned from Juneau last Friday on the Admiral Watson, brought word that Petersburg has been granted a customs office. His informant was Collector of Customs Pugh, who stated that he would be down here shortly to arrange for establishing the office. A letter of like purport was also received by Martin Kildall from Grand Trunk officials, who further stated that the steamers of the Canadian line would, when the office is opened, call at this port for business.

April 2, 1943 It’s here at last, folks! Yes, the time for the high school’s annual Junior Prom has...

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