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Fri Jan 31, 2014


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Newell assumes command of the USCG Cutter Maple in on board ceremony. After two rough years, SEARHC CEO Charles Clement says finances have stabilized. Homeless Connect event shed’s light on Sitka’s invisible population.

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Tuesday night’s meeting of the Sitka Assembly was dominated by one agenda item: whether drivers should pay more to fund the city’s roads. A clearly conflicted assembly voted four to three in favor of a proposal that would increase vehicle registration fees. But the ordinance will come before the assembly at least two more times, and it’s not at all clear whether it will make it into law. more

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Sixth graders board Bus B after their first day at Blatchley Middle School. (KCAW photo/Rachel Waldholz)
Sixth graders board Bus B after making it through their first day at Blatchley Middle School. Today (Wednesday, 8-27-14) was the first day of school for most Sitka students. At Blatchley, it was dedicated to incoming sixth-graders. Seventh- and eighth-graders will start school on Thursday. more