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Tue Apr 3, 2012


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Herring seiners work for over five hours in second opener on Monday. Sitka Tribe, Sealaska sign deal for management of sacred sites near Sitka. Fairbanks resident faces charges for submitting fraudulent signatures for Coast Zone Management initiative. Senate bill would allow judges to consider FASD in sentencing defendants.

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Fire destroys Sitka trailer home

A fire on Saturday night (8-3-15) destroyed a Sitka trailer home, but all three occupants escaped unhurt. The blaze was apparently sparked by fireworks. more

Garrison to step down from school board

The April 15 meeting was billed as a "final" budget hearing, but the School Board postponed a final vote until after the legislature makes its decisions on education funding. From left: Sitka Schools Superintendent Mary Wegner, and School Board members Tom Conley, Jennifer Robinson, Lon Garrison, Tim Fulton, Kaya Duguay, and Cass Pook. (Rachel Waldholz/KCAW)
Sitka School Board President Lon Garrison is stepping down, after eight years on the board and five as its head. He’ll be moving to Juneau to take a position with the Association of Alaska School Boards. more