Wednesday Mar 5
Crystal Lake hatchery building, eggs destroyed in fire
Fire destroyed a salmon incubation building and over a million eggs at Crystal Lake Hatchery on Mitkof Island south of Petersburg early Tuesday morning.
Capital City Weekly
Southeast History: The islands with a furry history
So many small islands in Southeast Alaska were dedicated in the 1920s and early 1930s to blue fox farming.
Measure calls for Tongass timber takeover
Part of the Tongass National Forest, between Wrangell and Petersburg, is seen in this view from an airplane.
Why are Wrangell and Petersburg covered in dots?
Last weekend, in the middle of the night, 100 red dots mysteriously appeared on benches, signposts and trees around Wrangell and Petersburg.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Board leaves dipnetters alone, preserves 24-hour fishing
The Kasilof dipnet fishery seen at sunset on July 20, 2013. On Feb. 11, the Alaska Board of Fisheries left the dipnet fisheries largely unchanged, including the rejection of a City of Kenai proposal to prohibit 24-hour fishing periods.