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More detail on IPHC decisions

This year’s coast-wide commercial halibut catch will be down again overall. However, Southeast fishermen will see another small increase for the second year in a row.
That’s according to recommendations from the International Pacific Halibut Commission, which voted on the numbers at the end of its 5-day, annual meeting in Victoria, British Columbia Friday. Matt Lichtenstein has more on that story.

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Petersburg-Wrangell priest hospitalized after heart attack

The Rev. Thomas Weise, who serves Catholic churches in Petersburg and Wrangell, celebrates communion during an Easter Vigil. (Photo courtesy Diocese of Juneau)
The Rev. Thomas Weise, a Catholic priest who serves parishes in Petersburg and Wrangell, has suffered a life-threatening heart attack while visiting family in California. more

Appeals court upholds Petersburg murder conviction again

Sing Lee Alley in downtown Petersburg was the site of a 2005 fatal staffing. (KFSK file photo).
The Alaska Court of Appeals has upheld an 85-year-sentence for a Petersburg man convicted of murder. The case involved the stabbing death of another man in 2005 on Sing Lee Alley in downtown Petersburg. 43-year-old Anthony Haube was convicted of the crime in 2007 and later filed a civil challenge. more