Month: February 2012

Safety summit

Students from Blatchley Middle School spent Feb. 24 learning cold water and wilderness safety from the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, the U.S. Coast Guard and a host of community volunteers.

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Wed Feb 29, 2012

New SEARHC CEO pleads no contest to Disorderly Conduct charge. Changes to Sitka’s sales tax code advance to third reading. Community nonprofits, other organizations line up to oppose Harrigan fee hike. State Board of Fisheries approves a subsistence-only herring area near Sitka. 2A basketball tournament this week a good fix for Sitka sports fans.

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Centennial Hall fee plan gets no traction

The proposal to charge brought testimony from a cross-section of the building’s users: quilters, crafters, dancers, historical society board members, youth advocates, artists and a few private citizens, all of whom lined up along the wall to take their turn at the microphone.

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2A tourney is “February Fever” in Sitka

MEHS athletic director Andrew Friske comments on the brackets for the 3A tournament in Ketchikan this week. Meanwhile, Mt. Edgecumbe will host the Region V 2A tournament, with opening games scheduled for 11:15 AM Wed Feb 28 at the BJ McGillis Gym.

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Tue Feb 28, 2012

Proposed changes to Sitka sales tax code will get second (of three) readings tonight, during the regular meeting of the Assembly. Also on tonight’s agenda: Proposed fee hikes for use of Harrigan Centennial Hall. Sitka grand jury indicts local teen on five counts of sexual abuse of a minor, for allegedly assaulting a 6-year-old on a school bus. Herring issues take center stage during opening weekend of the state Board of Fisheries meeting in Ketchikan.

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