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Tonka brings shrimp back to Petersburg Local company purchased 250,000 pounds over the winter

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Tonka brings shrimp back to Petersburg Local company purchased 250,000 pounds over the winter

Tonka Seafoods, Inc., announced last year that it was working to bring shrimp fisheries and processing back to Petersburg after a nearly decade-long absence. Well, it's delivered. The fishery is... Full story

Public testimony scheduled for state operating and mental health budgets

Individuals will have the opportunity to provide public testimony via teleconference on two bills being discussed in the Alaska State Legislature on Thursday, March 5 from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at the Petersburg LIO (Legislative Information Office)...

Recycling program changes narrowly advanced by assembly

The assembly continues to be divided on changing the current blue bag recycling program to a cart-based system that would also bring collection in-house. The ordinance containing the budget item for the sanitation department narrowly passed its... Full story

Lady Vikings take first two games at regionals

The Lady Vikings started off the Region V Tournament with back-to-back victories against the Sitka Lady Wolves on Tuesday and the Mt. Edgecumbe Lady Braves on Wednesday. In Tuesday's game, the...

Foul trouble sets Vikings back in first game of regionals

In their first game in the Region V Tournament in Ketchikan, the Vikings fell to the Mt. Edgecumbe Braves 49-65. About half of the Braves points came from baskets made at the free-throw line, with...

Yesterday's News

March 6, 1915 – The Alaska school-land bill was passed by congress, and has been signed by the president. The measure provides that moneys derived from the sale of lands in the grant, which is comprised of sections 16 and 33 in all of Alaska,...

Obituary, Carol Dyer Johnson, 73

Carol Dyer Johnson, 73, died January 23, 2015 at Petersburg Medical Center/LTC. She was born November 14, 1941 in Haverhill, Mass. She graduated from Haverhill High School in 1958 and attended The... Full story

Obituary, James Merlyn Adams, 82

James Merlyn Adams, 82, died in Victorville, Calif. on February 6, 2015. He was born in Agate, Wash. on Nov. 4, 1932. Jim and his wife Dot moved from Centralia, Wash. to Petersburg, Alaska in 1968... Full story

 
 
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