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Court ruling raises new questions about laws governing city land sales in Sitka. Asphalt plant fire will not delay Sitka’s street repair projects. Ketchikan police called in to quell possible riot aboard cruise ship Millenium. Glacier Bay Lodge will remain open for at least two years. State, federal officials update Petersburg assembly on transportation and power issues.

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Property destroyed by slide still taxable

A new home under construction on Sitka's Kramer Avenue was totally obliterated in the slide. A neighboring new home stands unscathed. Four people remain missing . (NOAA/NWS photo, Joel Curtis)
A Sitka property wiped out by last year’s deadly landslide is still taxable, at least according to city code. more

SeaTech students research whales

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Although graduation is this week, school is not over for some science students at Mt. Edgecumbe High School in Sitka. The class, known as SeaTech, is headed to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego to present their original research on beluga and narwhal bioacoustics. more