Second AWT comes to town


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Petersburg's Alaska National Guard Armory in 2017.

The local Alaska Wildlife Trooper post held an open house on Saturday to welcome the community to their new location on Haugen Dr. and to introduce Petersburg's new wildlife trooper.

Curtis Vik transferred to Petersburg from Eagle Rover, following Cody Litster's promotion to sergeant. Vik first joined the state troopers in 2002. Since then, he has worked with the Alaska Bureau of Investigation in Palmer tackling property crimes and major crimes. Then from 2010 to recently, he worked with a statewide drug enforcement unit that he founded.

Feb. 16 was Vik's first day on the job in town. He a...

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