Monthly Archives: December 2011
Tyson Sick is spokesman for the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, which is holding the Great Alaska Seafood Cook-Off in May. They're looking for professional chefs to compete in Anchorage, and perhaps at the national level.
2011 in review: Charges against CG survivor; electrical shortages; the restoration of Sheldon Jackson's campus; remembering Grussendorf, Eliason and Bailey; new totem pole at SNHP; Falvey a highliner of the year; Sealaska's Redoubt selection; tsunami warnings, earthquakes, blowdown and D.Vex.
Assembly's planned vote on Pacific High plans catches school district off guard. Reality show featuring Sitka fishery to premiere. Juneau, Ketchikan airports to get full-body scanners. FAA approves PBY landing 2 months after it was planned. Russian tanker headed to Nome with fuel. Police arrest suspected Juneau robber.
City Utility Director Christopher Brewton says the extra money for Hatch Acres is needed to cover additional design work on the dam. But he also says the company admitted to some inefficiencies on its side, and knocked about a half million dollars off the bill as a result.
The Audubon Christmas Bird Count happens in Sitka on the New Year. Robert Woolsey went into the field with organizers to learn more about plans for this year's count and about how you can participate.
Assembly adds $1.1 million to Blue Lake engineering contract; Sitka profiles part 4: Linda Behnken on mixing love and advocacy on the ocean. Ketchikan mill to produce wood pellets this winter.