Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Municipal Government 2018 -- City and Borough of Ketchikan, Alaska

Our quick reference and archive of items from the Borough of Ketchikan, an surrounding areas of Southeast Alaska for 2018.

City of Ketchikan website
Borough of Ketchikan website

Items of Note 2018


December 21 -- Sitka Tribe of Alaska spells out frustration with state
December 20 -- Sidestepping past legal issues, Sitka utility dock will go to highest bidder
December 20 -- Ketchikan City Council raises property tax, utility rates
December 20 -- Petersburg budgeting to replace trash baler
December 19 -- Petersburg assembly approves development code with changes
December 19 -- Ketchikan City Council to vote on tax, utility, increases
December 18 -- Attorney: Ketchikan borough use of CPV funds OK
December 18 -- Preliminary state budget includes funds for Sitka's harbours, schools
December 18 -- Assembly votes again to negotiate Petro land swap
December 18 -- Sitka Tribe sues state, claims mismanagement of herring fishery
December 18 -- Wrangell Mariners' Memorial one step closer to a reality
December 17 -- Ketchikan assembly approves animal-noise code change
December 17 -- Ketchikan schools superintendent resigns
December 14 -- Assembly to discuss implications of cruise head-tax ruling
December 14 -- Failed protective device trips breaker at Green Lake, causing outage
December 14 -- Sitka Assembly gives go-ahead for Blue Lake water filtration plant
December 12 -- Council wraps up review of city budget, starts on KPU
December 12 -- Metlakatla to follow Alaska Standard Time, allow liquor sales
December 11 -- SEARHC land transfer bill ready for President's signature
December 11 -- Tiny homes in the First City explored
December 11 -- What's happening at tonight's Sitka Assembly meeting?
December 10 -- Friday Night Insight program schedule released
December 7 -- Sitka's City Hall case for a secondary water source
December 6 -- Ketchikan council members discuss cruise tax ruling
December 5 -- Ketchikan council to discuss disposal of Main Street fire hall
December 5 -- Petersburg assembly votes to negotiate land swap with fuel company
December 4 -- Business owners, residents show up in force against letter to cruise company
December 3 -- Code change for animal noise complaints moves forward


November 30 -- Animal protection code changes up for assembly review
November 29 -- PeaceHealth Ketchikan offers accredited sleep-disorder care
November 28 -- City of Ketchikan 2019 budget: Status quo, deficit
November 23 -- Heated by hot springs, Tenakee Springs Museum tells community story
November 23 -- High turbidity causes Blue Lake water shut off Sunday
November 21 -- Petersburg assembly interested in cutting borough budget
November 21 -- Former Petersburg assembly member, ex-mayor seek assembly election change
November 21 -- Assembly takes no action on motoplex
November 20 -- Council cancels fibre optic cable contract
November 20 -- Petersburg assembly votes down ordinance on cruise ship sales tax change
November 19 -- Petersburg Medical Centre begins dialogue with community
November 16 -- Overtime pay up for Ketchikan City Council approval
November 16 -- Motocross proposal back in front of Ketchikan Borough Assembly
November 15 -- Tentative teacher contract cost about $950K in in year one
November 15 -- Petersburg School Food Service Remodel could start in April
November 15 -- Prep work for Shoemaker Bay in Wrangell wrapping up
November 15 -- Native leaders want Ketchikan district to close 'achievement gap'
November 13 -- As Sitka's senior population grows, Assembly weighs in on tax exemption programs
November 13 -- Ketchikan teachers, district negotiate tentative agreement
November 13 -- Ketchikan School Board meets this month in Saxman
November 9 -- City to consider new lease, or options for hospital management
November 9 -- Six win seats on Metlakatla Indian Community council
November 8 -- City of Wrangell is preparing in case of mass shooting
November 8 -- Ketchikan teacher-contract talks making progress
November 7 -- 'Door-knock' property tax audit troubles some Sitka seniors
November 6 -- Sitkans tell AK Roadless Rule committee that best action is 'no action'
November 6 -- Sitka police whistleblower suit set for trial in September 2019
November 6 -- With latest testing, Sitka School Board confronts 'achievement gap'
November 6 -- New Mayor, Assembly members sworn in in Yakutat
November 6 -- Petersburg assembly seeks more info from Forest Service on timber sales
November 6 -- Sitka Tribe wins honors, prepares for move to larger quarters
November 6 -- An unusual partnership, Sitka's utility installs GCI  cell towers
November 2 -- District, teachers still at impasse over new contract
November 2 -- Ucore's proposed Ketchikan plant gets letter of support from AIDEA
November 1 -- Proposed distillery would go into vacant fire hall
November 1 -- Rain brings some relief; KPU switching back to hydro


October 31 -- Council to consider compensation changes for some KPU jobs
October 30 -- Shelter Cove project still under construction
October 26 -- PeaceHealth Ketchikan hires new psychiatrist
October 26 -- New doctor at PeaceHealth Medical Group on POW
October 24 -- Electric utility contracts for line clearing work south of Petersburg
October 24 -- Wrangell moves to get rid of prayer during public meetings
October 22 -- Petersburg's assembly, hospital board meet again on future of the facility
October 19 -- Ketchikan on 24/7 diesel power for foreseeable future
October 19 -- Saxman water system fails
October 17 -- Fireworks restrictions in front of Kethcikan City Council
October 16 -- Ketchikan borough reviewing animal control regulations
October 15 -- POW supports Klawock Aiport winter maintenance
October 12 -- Borough updating animal protection codes
October 12 -- Sitka High mock election closely mirrors municipal election
October 10 -- Draft dredging report for Petersburg habor out for review
October 9 -- Ketchikan city, borough election results certified
October 8 -- Ketchikan celebrates Alaska Indigenous Peoples Day
October 8 -- Newest Petersburg assembly members have homework to complete
October 5 -- Council approves emergency repairs for Schoenbar water pipe
October 4 -- Council to consider applicant for Ketchikan City Clerk
October 4 -- Vote sends message on Petersburg's senior tax exemption
October 4 -- No-smoking law took effect Monday
October 3 -- Ketchikan election canvass board finishes count
October 3 -- Petersburg assembly OKs hatchery support resolution
October 3 -- 24% of Ketchikan voters decide local elections
October 2 -- Wrangell turns out for hospital vote
October 2 -- Craig voters reject property tax repeal initiative
October 2 -- Ketchikan assembly OKs trail for tours
October 2 -- Assembly waits on discussion of expanded cruise industry presence in Petersburg
October 1 -- Election Day is Tuesday


September 28 -- "We can do better": Plastic bag fee postponed by Sitka Assembly
September 28 -- Airline, DOT debate Klawock Airport snow removal
September 28 -- Craig considers eliminating property tax
September 28 -- Proposed trail for tours back on assembly agenda
September 28 -- School Board candidates address issues of concern
September 27 -- School Board candidates discuss goals and issues
September 27 -- Breithaupt appointed to Ketchikan School Board vacancy
September 26 -- Concerned about process, Sitkans push back on new roadless proposal
September 26 -- Five candidates attend forum for Petersburg borough assembly
September 25 -- School Board to fill vacancy
September 25 -- Larger cruise ship company looking for other potential ports
September 24 -- Murkowski urges collaboration in new 'roadless' policy for the Tongass
September 24 -- Assembly candidates discuss natural resources and economic development
September 21 -- With one notable exception, Sitka nonprofits score local gran funds
September 21 -- Sitka authorizes $150K in legal fees for proposed hospital merger
September 21 -- Post-surge, Sitka assists electric customers with insurance claims
September 21 -- At Lt. Governor's hearing, Sitkans a resounding 'Yes' for salmon
September 21 -- Council bans intentional feeding of eagles
September 21 -- Petersburg assembly candidates on both sides of senior exemption ballot measure
September 21 -- Petersburg post office reopens
September 20 -- Wrangell's city manager elected to Southeast Conference board
September 20 -- Designs unveiled for new SEARHC hospital in Wrangell
September 20 -- Ketchikan City Council candidates discuss tourism and economy
September 20 -- Development code could be up for assembly vote this fall
September 19 -- City of Sitka denies allegations in police whistleblower suit
September 19 -- Citizens express concerns/hopes about Roadless rule changes
September 19 -- Plans for former juvenile centre on Ketchikan City Council agenda
September 19 -- Southeast hydro lake levels dropping during sunny September
September 18 -- New energy projects in the works in Southeast
September 17 -- High voltage surge shuts off power, damages equipment in Sitka
September 17 -- Ketchikan assembly approves PeaceHealth tobacco-cessation plan
September 17 -- Southeast candidates discuss priorities and Proposition 1
September 14 -- Ferry reform committee discusses Alaska Class crew quarters proposal
September 14 -- Tobacco tax plan up for assembly approval
September 14 -- Mural celebrates Southeast Alaska ocean life
September 13 -- State officials propose adding Alaska Class Ferry crew quarters
September 12 -- Ketchikan educators vote 'no-confidence' in superintendent
September 12 -- Southeast Conference hosts governor candidate forum
September 11 -- Ketchikan School Board to hear Investigation update
September 11 -- Ketchikan City Council candidates answer your questions
September 10 -- Southeast Conference to host governor's forum in Ketchikan
September 6 -- City bird-baiting moves forward
September 6 -- Ketchikan Borough Assembly candidates answer your questions
September 5 -- WISH grant, bird-baiting ordinance on council agenda
September 4 -- SBDC expands local position to include "Blue Economy'


August 31 -- Sitka's hospitals may combine: Assembly approves negotiating with SEARHC
August 31 -- SEARHC and Wrangell deal goes to the voters
August 30 -- Ketchikan Assembly to vote on Sales Tax Holiday
August 30 -- Ketchikan School Board adjourns after public comment
August 29 -- School Board special meeting rescheduled for Friday
August 28 -- Sitka police officer files whistleblower lawsuit
August 28 -- Ketchikan School Board make-up meeting is Wednesday
August 27 -- Two last minute candidates complete local election ballot
August 27 -- Ketchikan School Board President resigns position
August 24 -- Sitkans weigh in on possible SEARHC hospital merger
August 24 -- More candidates file for local elected office
August 23 -- New candidates file for local office
August 23 -- School Board postpones action items one week
August 22 -- With healthcare focus, Alyse Galvin seeks change in Congress
August 21 -- Contract with negotiations attorney back for a vote
August 20 -- Selling Sitka Community: What would the economic impact be?
August 20 -- Assembly delays vote on Saxman CPV grant request
August 20 -- Two more Ketchikan School Board candidates file
August 20 -- New DA for Ketchikan
August 20 -- Primary election is Tuesday
August 20 -- In run for Governor, Begich says voters deserve a choice
August 19 -- Question to raise taxes will not appear on Sitka ballot
August 19 -- Quorum offers to aid Sitka Community Hospital's transition to SEARHC
August 17 -- Housing assessment in front of Ketchikan assembly
August 17 -- School District investigation to start soon
August 17 -- Water a recurring topic at Ketchikan City Council meeting
August 16 -- Sitka school board  brainstorms social media strategy
August 15 -- Ketchikan assembly approves recall vote for October 2 election
August 15 -- Absentee voting under way for Primary Election
August 15 -- Ketchikan City Council to look at restricting fireworks
August 14 -- Second candidate files for Ketchikan School Board
August 14 -- Assembly, School Board schedule special meetings
August 10 -- Recall petitions certified
August 10 -- Local election filing update
August 10 -- Senator Murkowski talks Kavanaugh, Roadless
August 9 -- Board cautiously optimistic about resuming KEA negotiations 
August 9 -- Founders' Day celebrates Tsimshian culture and family
August 8 -- Petitions filed to recall Ketchikan School Board President
August 7 -- Insurance reserve fund payoff in front of Ketchikan School Board
August 7 -- Native tribes tell DOI in Ketchikan meeting to keep land-trust program
August 6 -- Assembly OK's tobacco tax change, nixes airport smoke shacks
August 3 -- Assembly to vote on designating beach as park
August 2 -- Council moves forward with eagle-baiting ordinance
August 2 -- Local candidate update
August 2 -- Tsimshian language meeting in Metlakatla inspires ideas and hopes
August 1 -- Candidates file for local elected office
August 1 -- Candidate filing period open in Ketchikan area
August 1 -- City reports on cruise discharge complaints


July 30 -- Ketchikan School Board tables investigator vote, expands search
July 27 -- Lieutenant governor candidate Sharon Jackson visits Ketchikan
July 26 -- Testing Ketchikan's beach water for poop
July 26 -- Petersburg post office boxes need address confirmation
July 25 -- Wireless company begins talks on POW to improve cell service
July 24 -- Chip sealing on state highway near Petersburg to finish up this week
July 20 -- Family of Wrangell's namesake explorer to visit town
July 20 -- Kake could see return of items from remote grave site
July 19 -- Eagle baiting big topic for Ketchikan City Council 
July 19 -- Petersburg library welcomes intern, updates children's section
July 19 -- Does the investment in tourism pay off?
July 18 -- KPU wants to transfer Swan Lake operations to SEAPA
July 16 -- Sitka Assembly looks for ways to increase taxes on visitors
July 16 -- Assembly moves ahead with tobacco-tax amendment
July 12 -- Deadline to register to vote in Primary Election approaching
July 12 -- With contract expired, Sitka Chamber continues visitor services month-to-month
July 11 -- Perdue, Murkowski hear from POW Landscape Assessment Team
July 10 -- Sitka's July 4th: A Celebration of diverse ideas about America
July 10 -- Petersburg borough employees approve new contract
July 9 -- Sitka surgeon runs for state house
July 6 -- Petersburg police look to fill three vacancies
July 6 -- Secretary Purdue, Senator Murkowski tour Prince of Wales Island
July 3 -- Murkowski, agriculture secretary to tour Prince of Wales sawmills
July 3 -- Petersburg assembly sends senior sales tax question to ballot
July 3 -- Perdue, Murkowski plan Prince of Wales visit 
July 3 -- City's emergency vehicles assessed


June 29 -- Shh ... Sitka's library quietly tops list of high performance buildings
June 29 -- 'Advisory vote' replaces 'public vote' on land disposal
June 27 -- Sitka raises rates for water, waste
June 27 -- Ketchikan cruise dock expansion plans on hold 
June 26 -- Employees, Petersburg borough reach new tentative agreement
June 25 -- Council to discuss cruise dock expansion project
June 25 -- Petersburg sued for July Fourth fatal van crash
June 22 -- Sitka's Crescent Harbour playground set for July 4 Grand Opening
June 21 -- Testing facility application approved, charter boat rules to be enforced
June 21 -- State road near Petersburg to get more ship seal in July
June 20 -- Ketchikan landfill no longer accepting mixed paper as recyclables
June 20 -- Council to discuss marijuana testing facility license / recycling changes
June 20 -- Petersburg assembly member to listen in on labor talks
June 19 -- Assembly approves airport renovation contract
June 19 -- Petersburg assembly advances senior sales tax change, OKs harbor rate hike
June 18 -- Sitka's utility rates on the rise, but electric rates stay put
June 19 -- Advisory lifted for one Ketchikan beach, remains for others
June 15 -- Airport improvement project on Ketchikan assembly agenda
June 15 -- How the rules of selling city land in Sitka may change
June 14 -- Sitka's 'buy more to pay less' electric dilemma
June 14 -- Local candidate the selection for Petersburg police chief
June 13 -- Four police chief applicants interview in Petersburg
June 12 -- Norwegian Bliss brings optimism, challenges for future
June 8 -- Ketchikan resident running for U.S. House of Representatives
June 7 -- Gillnet disposal underway in Wrangell
June 7 -- Ketchikan City Council OKs mill rate decrease
June 6 -- Proposals for Sitka community must be made public to advance
June 6 -- Council to vote on reducing mill rate - slightly
June 4 -- Borough moves forward with funding tobacco cessation programs
June 1 -- Assembly to discuss garden stands, tobacco tax program


May 31 -- Opioid workshops held in Ketchikan
May 30 -- Proposed code change would allow garden sheds
May 25 -- Upper Water Street project in final year
May 24 -- DEC issues advisory for Knudson Cove water
May 23 -- Sheldon makes campaign stop in Ketchikan
May 23 -- Governor reflects on legislative session in stopover at Petersburg's Mayfest
May 23 -- Petersburg residents seek to replace senior tax exemption with rebate
May 22 -- District says goodbye to six retirees
May 22 -- DOT working to manage construction, traffic, pedestrians
May 22 -- Petersburg welcomes new storyteller's pole
May 22 -- Petersburg budget advances, harbor rate two
May 21 -- Sitka Counselling fights opioid crisis with treatment, prevention
May 21 -- Assembly adopts school district, borough budgets
May 18 -- Petersburg assembly to consider harbor fee increase
May 18 -- Budgets back in front of Ketchikan Borough Assembly
May 18 -- SEARHC awards healthy living grant to Petersburg Indian Association
May 18 -- Chenault brings campaign message to Ketchikan
May 18 -- Chenault to Sitka Chamber: 'I know how government should work'
May 17 -- Council hears from tour vendors and operators
May 16 -- Former Unalaska Mayor to run state ferry system
May 16 -- Officer threatens lawsuit over military leave policy
May 16 -- Petersburg borough budget back on track without changes
May 16 -- Story tellers pole at Petersburgh library not following traditional protocol
May 16 -- Sanderson to chair transboundary commission
May 15 -- Union files unfair labour complaint against Petersburg borough
May 15 -- Surprise funding boost saves Blatchley Art program, but not library
May 11 -- Gravina access improvement plans moving forward 
May 11 -- Effort to cut Wrangell junkyard funding struck down in 7-4 vote
May 10 -- Posters offered to businesses that offer sign language
May 10 -- Petersburg assembly split on timber sale letter
May 10 -- Petersburg's proposed budget fails in the first reading
May 9 -- 'Van Winkle 18' brings realistic anti-terror training to Sitka
May 9 -- Despite Governor's request, legislators question pricier option for Wrangell cleanup
May 7 -- Assembly OKs limited reality TV show filming with Petersburg police
May 7 -- $2.5 million proposed for contentious cleanup in Wrangell
May 7 -- Assembly moves forward with schools borough budgets
May 4 -- School District, borough budgets up for assembly discussion
May 4 -- Former museum director hired as assistant city manager
May 4 -- Sitka to spend $100K on unspecified bulk water problem
May 3 -- Sitka assembly moves to repeal voter approval of large land sales
May 3 -- Village Public Safety Officer hired for Kake
May 2 -- Governor makes a swing through Ketchikan
May 2 -- Ketchikan City Council to consider adding temporary extra officer
May 2 -- Following harvest shortfall, Sitka contemplates a herring moratorium
May 1 -- Petersburg hires deputy clerk, sorting through police chief candidates


April 30 -- Foundation to give $26,000 to local non-profits
April 27 -- Ketchikan readies for summer cruise season
April 27 -- Ketchikan Chamber honors individuals and businesses
April 26 -- Senior sales tax exemption replaced with a $350 rebate program
April 25 -- Southeast tribal corporation boosts government contracts
April 23 -- "Ketchikan Is:' Museum readies new permanent exhibit
April 23 -- Borough accomplishments highlighted
April 23 -- Consultants take pulse of Sitka hospital's long-term needs
April 20 -- City Council updated on uplands planning
April 19 -- Assembly gives administrator, attorney 'satisfactory' reviews
April 18 -- Petersburg seeks updated info on land entitlement
April 17 -- Proposal: Use marijuana tax for homeless services
April 17 -- Assembly moves forward with increased spending authority
April 17 -- Petersburg assembly may consider resolution on timber sale losses (audio)
April 16 -- Health insurance, tax bill discussed at Sullivan town hall (audio)
April 16 -- At final budget meeting, Sitka Assembly adds $300,000 to schools
April 16 -- Sitka Tribe to co-manage interpretation at Sitka National Historical Park
April 16 -- Fort Rousseau causeway access restricted for toxin removal
April 13 -- Ketchikan assembly to vote on FEMA flood-maps appeal 
April 13 -- Ketchikan official meet with White House representatives
April 12 -- Ketchikan teacher contracts focus of School Board public comment
April 10 -- DOT funding cuts affects road maintenance, repairs
April 5 -- Health billing transparency ordinance to go to a committee
April 5 -- To prepare for the worst, Sitka Airport drills mock plane crash (audio)
April 4 -- Dunleavy brings gubernatorial primary message to Ketchikan (audio)
April 4 -- Wrangell looking at a joint WMC, SEARHC campus (audio)
April 4 -- Health-care billing regs back in front of Ketchikan City Council
April 3 -- School board to seek city support for Sitka Performing Arts Centre (audio)
April 3 -- Southeast dam expansion cuts diesel use in first year
April 2 -- Ketchikan airport TV;s can keep airing CNN Airport News (audio)


March 30 -- Assembly to discuss airport TV
March 29 -- Petersburg volunteers finishing up repainting "Our Town" mural
March 27 -- Landless communities continue to fight for land (audio)
March 26 -- Petersburg to repair older of two reservoir dams
March 23 -- Ketchikan's City Mayor Williams not seeking re-election (audio)
March 22 -- City of Sitka faces tough choices, cuts in FY19 budget (audio)
March 22 -- Forum gathers input on proposed Ketchikan health billing regs (audio)
March 22 -- Governor nominates Petersburg, Seward men for North Pacific Council seats
March 21 -- Ketchikan overnight warming centre set to close for the season
March 21 -- Petersburg borough workers vote down tentative contract agreement
March 20 -- Ketchikan's Spring Clean-up set for April 21-28
March 19 -- Assembly postpones action on proposed Ketchikan Motorplex
March 19 -- Wrangell assembly approves new $9 million water plant (audio)
March 19 -- Assembly moves to help struggling Sitkans pay utility bills (audio)
March 16 -- Borough, FEMA floodplain map numbers not in sync (audio)
March 16 -- Assembly to talk budget, tax caps, FEMA resolution
March 15 -- Layoffs, 4 day weeks discussed at Assembly-School Board special meeting
March 15 -- Council tentatively moves forward with raising sales tax  cap
March 15 -- Petersburg planning commission sends new development code to assembly
March 15 -- Petersburg hospital looks to interview four finalists for CEO
March 14 -- Wrangell declares water emergency (audio)
March 14 -- Council to revisit health billing transparency ordinance
March 14 -- Eight commercial and five-residential burglaries so far this year (audio)
March 12 -- Proposed capital budget includes money for hatchery near Petersburg
March 9 -- Petersburg assembly joins call for increased sea otter harvest
March 9 -- Better Ferry access for Gravina Island in draft STIP 
March 8 -- Petersburg assembly approves new contract for most borough employees
March 6 -- No mention for Prince Rupert's AMHS terminal in Alaska's State Transportation Improvement plan  NCR
March 5 -- Ketchikan borough housing-needs assessment moves forward
March 5 -- Ketchikan library a finalist for national medal
March 5 -- Petersburg assembly gives final approval on utility reorganization
March 5 -- Former Hoonah mayor enters HD35 race
March 2 -- Community looking to delay FEMA Flood Map
March 2 -- Vacation build up to cost borough about $100K
March 2 -- Petesburg asks Division of Forestry to drop parcels from logging plan
March 1 -- Petersburg utility restructuring moving forward
March 1 -- Ketchikan health billing transparency measure postponed


February 28 -- Petersburg OKs cruise fee for 2019
February 28 -- Health billing ordinance in front of Ketchikan City Council
February 27 -- Southern southeast scrap metal recycling to restart this spring
February 23 -- City of Wrangell requests residents limit water usage due to lack of rainfall
February 23 -- Mediation results in tentative agreement for Petersburg borough employee contract
February 23 -- RCA wants to hear POW internet woes
February 22 -- Company says it's bringing gas utility service to Southeast
February 22 -- Petersburg residents learn about proposed new development code
February 16 -- City needs to choose how to expand downtown dock 
February 15 -- City of Ketchikan to try again to sell former youth facility
February 14 -- Port expansion presentation planned for Ketchikan City Council
February 9 -- Ketchikan borough aims to 'wean off' department use of CPV funds (audio)
February 8 -- Petersburg senior tax card fee close to passing
February 8 -- House bill transfers land for Swan Lake (audio)
February 7 -- City of Wrangell considers new $9 million water treatment plant
February 7 -- Petersburg close to passing new cruise ship fee (audio)
February 7 -- Petersburg mayor expects loss of Coast Guard cutter in four years
February 6 -- Split Petersburg assembly moves forward on utility reorganization (audio)
February 6 -- Sitka restores sewer connection, citizens can resume water use
February 6 -- Assembly mulls how to spend $1 million-plus tobacco tax revenue
February 6 -- Sitka restores sewer connection, citizens can resume water use
February 5 -- Humans main source of bacteria in tested Ketchikan water (audio)
February 2 -- Ketchikan assembly to discuss tobacco tax use
February 2 -- Council talks port changes, parking
February 1 -- Ketchikan assembly plan FY'19 
February 1 -- Port development could take a bit of our public parking (audio)
February 1 -- Petersburg chamber cancels 2018 salmon derby
February 1 -- Allen narrowly wins Sitka hospital CEO contract extension


January 31 -- Ketchikan council to hear dock expansion presentation
January 30 -- Mining company plans to build processing plant in Ketchikan (audio)
January 26 -- FEMA flood zone map meeting draws a crowd
January 25 -- District to solicit parent input for 2018-19 school calendar
January 24 -- Community Foundation to receive donation, accept grant applications
January 24 -- Flu season hits Ketchikan
January 23 -- Glenn Brown to resign school board seat
January 23 -- Craig residents evacuated for tsunami warning
January 23 -- Lots of alerts, but no tsunami
January 22 -- Will the Legislature find consensus this year? Southeast lawmakers hope so
January 19 -- Council OKs crosswalks safety improvement plan
January 19 -- Petersburg cruise ship, senior fees get first approval
January 19 -- Effort underway to increase voter turnout
January 18 -- Petersburg electric department reorganization back on track
January 18 -- CoastAlaska soon to own KSTK to keep local station alive
January 18 -- DOT project in downtown starting mid-February
January 17 -- Cross walk safety up for Ketchikan City Council discussion
January 16 -- Assembly approves land sale
January 12 -- DOT, city, public discuss crosswalk safety improvements for Ketchikan (audio)
January 12 -- Mountain Point land sale returns for Ketchikan Assembly vote
January 10 -- Three finalists picked for Ketchikan borough attorney job
January 9 -- Stedman pre-files bill to limit use of Perm Fund Earnings
January 5 -- Flood-zone map expansion affects more Ketchikan property owners
January 4 -- Council limits pot cultivation, bans edible manufacturing
January 4 -- Petersburg to apply for herbicide spraying grant
January 4 -- Petersburg assembly votes down permit for boat ramp
January 3 -- Ketchikan council to vote on cultivation limit, manufacturing ban
January 3 -- Petersburg starts community open houses on budgeting
January 3 -- Rep. Ortiz gives Ketchikan assembly a legislative preview
January 2 -- Sitka Assembly approves upgrade of Sitka Community Hospital records
January 2 -- Off-leash use at Weiss Fields moves forward

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