The Petersburg Borough Assembly is set to consider a resolution that would run two curbside recycling programs at the same time, one for blue recycling bags and one for carts.
Competitive roller derby returns to Petersburg this weekend with two bouts hosted by Petersburg’s Ragnarok Rollers.
Petersburg School District could lose about $425,000 in state funding if things stay where they are.
April is National STD Awareness month. The Public Health Office in Petersburg is trying to get the word out to the public of the importance of testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
Fifty-eight high school students along with their music director, Matt Lenhard, will be attending Southeast Alaska High School Music Fest this year. They leave today for Juneau.
Petersburg’s School Board will be getting an update on state funding and the kitchen remodeling project at a regular meeting tonight.
Paper and pencil testing are becoming products of the past. Petersburg School District has implemented a new testing method that puts annual state testing all on-line.
If you thought this past winter was warmer, wetter, and grayer than normal…well, you’re right. It was THE warmest winter on record for Petersburg. And it was one of the lowest snow years on record as well.
The state of Alaska this month is taking public comment on a draft plan for managing the newly created 48-thousand acre Southeast state forest. It’s the third state forest in Alaska and much smaller than the other two state forests in the Tanana Valley and near Haines. The Southeast forest lands were set aside by the state legislature in 2010 and acreage was added the following year.
A Juneau theater group is coming to Petersburg this weekend to bring Shakespeare’s Henry V to the stage. Theater in the Rough will perform the play on Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. at the Wright Auditorium.