Sitka herring fleet remains on two-hour notice. SEARHC to close Bill Brady Healing Center, suspends community health aide training until Oct. 1. Back to the drawing board for city’s ‘owner account’ revisions. Assembly changes mind on ice machine grant. City backs off on liquor license protest as bar works out tax debt. Parnell says Senate version of oil bill is OK, but House should take its own look.
Wed Mar 27, 2013
Sealaska has moved one step closer to owning the land surrounding Sitka’s Reboubt Falls. A ruling this month dismissed a claim to the same land filed by the Sheldon Jackson College trustees. If it stands, the ruling will remove a major obstacle from the decades-long effort to gain Native ownership of the site, home to the area’s largest subsistence sockeye fishery. more