Day: April 17, 2013

Petersburg loses longest-serving firefighter

Petersburg’s longest-serving firefighter passed away last week. Jon Stephens had volunteered with the department for nearly a half century. The borough’s Fire and Emergency Medical Services director recognized Stephen’s many years of service at this week’s assembly meeting. Fellow firefighters, friends and family are remembering him for his dedication and knowledge. Matt Lichtenstein reports: https://www.kfsk.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/17stephen.mp3 For mobile and download friendly audio, click here. “I would like to recognize Jon Stephen. He passed away early morning hours April 9th, 2013 and he was a member of the volunteer fire department since July of 1965,” said Petersburg Fire and EMS director...

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Kerttula looks back on session

Alaska’s House minority leader is calling this session the worst ever. Representative Beth Kertulla says there were a few bright spots. But, overall, the Juneau Democrat was frustrated and angered by much of what lawmakers did this year, especially the majority’s decision to cut oil taxes. Along with downtown Juneau and Douglas, Kerttula’s new legislative district this year includes Petersburg as well as Skagway, Gustavus and Tenakee Springs. As part of a series of Coastalaska reports with Southeast lawmakers, Matt Lichtenstein spoke with Kerttula shortly after both parties held their post-session press conferences.https://www.kfsk.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/17KERTTULA.mp3 For mobile and download-friendly audio, click...

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