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Thinning ice signals culmination of Nenana Ice Classic

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — The clock is ticking down on an annual Alaska rite of spring. Cherrie Forness, manager of the Nenana Ice Classic, said Sunday ice over the frozen Tanana River at Nenana should shift soon, moving a tripod erected on the...

Blue bags or carts? Neither option has been discarded

Petersburg residents will get to choose whether to haul their recyclables to the curb in a cart or a blue bag, following the Assembly’s approval of a resolution Monday night that provides for the dual program. The new program is aimed at... Full story

Larger baseball roster brings opportunities for improvement

This year’s baseball team at Petersburg High School has nearly doubled in size from last year. Head Coach Jim Engell took just nine players to the regional tournament last year, the exact amount needed for a complete team. He said this year’s...

Devil's Club wins Alaska's first ever co-ed vs. co-ed derby bout

Petersburg hosted and won the state's first co-ed vs. co-ed roller derby bout Saturday night, and "oh my gosh, it was so great," Devil's Club Co-Captain Rebecca Anderson said of the experience. The... Full story

Two Petersburg writers in Tidal Echoes

Chelsea Tremblay and Mary Koppes will have work featured in this year's edition of Tidal Echoes, a literary journal that showcases writers and artists in Southeast. Chelsea Tremblay's piece is titled “Home,” and Mary Koppes' piece is titled...

 
 
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