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Assembly selects 10 administrator candidates for further consideration. City offers reward for arrest of Baranov statue vandal. Crystal Lake Hatchery loses 1,100 kings to warm water.
Sullivan, the former Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, is hoping to challenge incumbent Democrat Mark Begich, who is up for reelection this fall. He talked about his role in challenging the President’s healthcare law, the perils of over-regulation – and that time he swam against the Navy’s military dolphins. more
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Jury returns partial verdict in Yakutat cold case homicide. IFA chief updates Ketchikan chamber on summer ferry season. Legislature considers dropping controversial high school qualifying exam. New president named for Tlingit and Haida Central Council. more
Sitka Community Theater producer Shannon Haugland, and performer Ira Snelling, discuss this weekend's opening of Parfumerie, a 1937 Hungarian play which is better known in its Hollywood adaptation You've Got Mail. Snelling plays George Horvath, a senior clerk who develops an unlikely romance with junior clerk Amalia, played by Rhiannon Guevin. Performances 7 PM April 18, 19, and 20. (Sitka Performing Arts Center, $10/8 in advance at Old Harbor Books.) more