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Local luthiers bootstrapping a business

Local luthiers bootstrapping a business

A pair of entrepreneurs have begun to make their shared dream a reality, building and selling guitars using locally-derived materials. Wrangell resident Steve Helgeson and Kevin Skeek of Hoonah... Full story

Court renovation nixed, lease to be renegotiated

Assembly members were given an update by the Alaska Court System on Tuesday about its upcoming lease renewal for courtroom facilities. Court administrator for Southeast Neil Nesheim explained he was there to let Assembly members and the wider... Full story

Anan float concept up for comment

The United States Forest Service has put out a preliminary project design for a mooring float at Anan Bay. Similar to a proposal shelved last fall after funding was reappropriated for wildfire containment efforts, the dock project would service... Full story

The Way We Were

In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago. February 9, 1916: A fire completely destroyed the home of Councilman Chas. Bryant at 2 a.m. this morning. The fire caught from a defective stove pipe is the belief of Mr. Bryant. The house was situated...

Police reports

Monday, February 1 Report of Harassment. MVA – Report of truck that slid off road. Officer responded. DOT notified. Agency Assist – Officer assisting. Tuesday, February 2 Agency Assist – Noxious Smoke – Report of what appears to be smoke...

Fish Factor

Needy Alaskans are enjoying a rare taste of sablefish, thanks to a science project that kept research fish from going over the rails. Sablefish, more commonly called black cod, are one of the world’s priciest, high end fish, and Alaska waters are...

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