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Troopers investigate the shooting of a bear in the Granite Creek neighborhood. Winter trolling closes with high numbers. Four shareholders form slate for Sealaska board election. Juneau officials consider opening 150 acres of public land for affordable housing.
Thu May 1, 2014
Beginning next month, Sitka will have a school board solidly aligned in its opposition to vouchers, its opposition to amending the state constitution to allow public funding for private and parochial schools, and in its support of teachers. Two long-time board members participated in a candidate forum at the Sitka Chamber of Commerce. more