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Hal Spackman, the Executive Director of the Sitka Historical Society, talks about the connection between hunting and conservation.
There will be no boys’ basketball season in Yakutat this year due to low enrollment and a couple of academic ineligibilities. Yakutat has a strong basketball tradition, and at least two families have decided that playing basketball is important enough to enroll their children elsewhere. One family brought their son to Sitka.
MEHS Wrestling coach Mike Kimber has been a steady advocate for sanctioned girls Wrestling in Alaska. Last weekend, his Lady Braves captured 7 of 8 weight classes at the Region V tournament in Wrangell. With Evelyn Evans (jr - Anchorage), Caitlin Konahok (jr - Gambell), Kanesha Lie (jr - Kotzebue), and Sydnee Kimber (fr - Sitka).
Sitka police made another drug arrest over the weekend, but it is unrelated to last week’s major seizure of methamphetamine. Sitka police Lt. Jeff Ankerfelt says the arrest of 29-year-old Lucas Rouner at the International Hostel Sunday morning (12-7-14) is unconnected to last week’s seizure of $50,000-worth of methamphetamine.
Andrea Thomas is the Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator for the Affordable Care Act at SEARHC. Although enrollment is open until February 15, anyone who wants insurance in place by January 1 should enroll by this December 15. Two presentations are planned: Noon - 1 PM Thu Dec 11 at TKTKTKKT, and 11 AM - 1 PM Sat Dec 13 at UAS. For more information call Thomas at 966-8883 or visit healthcare.gov online.