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Petersburg Children’s Center to reopen in June

Petersburg’s largest child care center will open back up Monday after being closed since mid-March. Petersburg Children’s Center will operate on its normal schedule but there will be less children in the beginning.

36 graduate from PHS in vehicle, online commencement

Petersburg High School celebrated the graduation of 36 seniors Tuesday with an online video ceremony and a vehicle parade. The graduates and those who honored the class of 2020 referenced the unusual end to the school year and the way this class persevered.

Seafood processors outline plans for Petersburg workforce COVID measures

Activity is ramping up in Petersburg harbors with just a few weeks before the start of some commercial salmon and crab fisheries in the region. Seafood processing companies bringing seasonal workers to town this summer have outlined their safety plans for the coronavirus. They intend to quarantine and isolate their workforce to protect employees and the community from a potential outbreak.

Petersburg seniors reflect on unusual year

Petersburg seniors are getting ready for graduation, May 26. The ceremony will include a vehicle parade and graduation video. It will be a lot different than normal years just like the last part of school has been unusual. KFSK spoke with some of the seniors to see how they feel about their last days of high school.

Petersburg assembly extends cruise ship local mandate, discusses incoming ship

Petersburg’s borough assembly Monday extended a local mandate for cruise ships expecting to dock in the community through the end of June. That mandate requires ships to check in with a borough health official before they’re allowed to dock. One cruise ship company says it is planning to start sailings in about a month. But local leaders want to know more information about plans for limiting the spread of COVID-19 between passengers and the community.

Highlights from KFSK’s Coronavirus On-Going Program

Here are written highlights of KFSK's call-in program on the coronavirus, which airs M-W-F at 12:30 p.m. The program features the latest information from Petersburg Medical Center, Petersburg Borough, and the Petersburg School District.

Assembly earmarks $4.5M for utility, moorage assistance

Rate payers, like those paying to moor their vessels in Sitka’s harbors, will likely get a break on their bills this summer. The Sitka Assembly is setting aside $4.5 million in CARES Act funding to pay for utility and...

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