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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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UPDATED: Seiner sinks in Eastern Channel

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Yesterday evening (09-01-15), a wooden seiner ran aground in the vicinity of the Twins Island, roughly 0.5 to 0.75 nm off the mouth of Indian River. The F/V Pacific Venture later sunk. Marine Safety Detachment Sitka estimates 5 gallons of diesel fuel was released in that grounding. more

State team helps Sitka apply for disaster aid

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Today (09-02-15) , a state team sat down with Sitkans affected by last month’s landslides. Now that Governor Bill Walker has declared a disaster, new lines of relief funds are available for the next 60 days. Six staff with the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and one state geologist will be in Sitka for two days, to walk city officials and citizens through the process of procuring disaster aid. more