Month: November 2011

Spending cruise tax money prolongs Assembly meeting

Last night’s regular meeting of the Sitka Assembly is not over. The Assembly went into recess at 11 p.m., as required by city code, after finding itself without enough time to work through the agenda. The meeting will resume at 6 p.m. on Thursday.

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Region V wrestling tourney opens Friday at MEHS

http://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/interview_112911.mp3 Mike Kimber and Andrew Friske outline the plans for this weekend’s Region V wrestling tournament this Friday and Saturday at the BJ McGillis Gym at Mt. Edgecumbe High School. Sitka High senior Will Patrick is the top seed at 132 lbs., and a favorite to win state. He was joined by his dad, and Sitka High activities director Mike...

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Tue Nov 29, 2011

http://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/news_112911.mp3 Sitka assembly to meet in regular session tonight; will consider diesel surcharges for electric power. Weekend snowfall breaks the modern record for the month of November. Historic totem pole returns to downtown...

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Controversial totem pole returns to Sitka square

The pole was removed last year while state workers rebuilt a seawall and changed landscaping to the greenspace across from the Sitka Pioneer Home. It underwent restoration and was put back in place during a small ceremony Monday afternoon.

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November snowfall hits new record


More snow over the weekend brought Sitka’s total snowfall for November to over 32 inches – a modern record for the month.The snowpack on the Gavan Ridge measured at 53 inches on Sunday afternoon. That’s more than the 44 inches reported at the base of the Eaglecrest ski area in Juneau.

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