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Wed Nov 7, 2012


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Forty-four votes separate Bill Thomas and Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins in House 34 race. Stedman handily wins Senate Q over fellow-incumbent Albert Kookesh. Turnout highest yet in Sitka’s new super-precinct. Sitka voters follow national trends for US President, state races. Waste water rates to go up. Pet owners, assembly explore “dog friendly” option at Kimsham ball fields.

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Mozart on tap at 14th annual Sitka Youth Orchestra concert

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Jan Lovett, co-director of the Sitka Youth Orchestra, shares some of the program for the 14th Annual Concert (7PM Mon Mar 2, Sitka Performing Arts Center, donations accepted). Lovett calls herself a "Mozart girl," and this year's program will feature that composer, among others. Downloadable audio. more