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Lewis Law Firm comes to Juneau

...including the Juneau Education Support Staff, JAMHI, the Petersburg School District and municipal employees, the Ketchikan borough employees and the United Adjuncts at UA."As public employee unions face more challenges, we felt Pete had the...
Woman guilty of drug conspiracy

...sentencing will be left open to the judge. Adams is scheduled to be sentenced June 17.Drugs have wreaked havoc in the Ketchikan borough, and this drug ring "poisoned" the community, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Schmidt said previously.Schmidt...
Two accused of supplying drugs to Ketchikan

...2012; and Jeremiah Perez laundered $44,000.Schmidt emphasized that the drug scene has wreacked havoc in the Ketchikan borough and that Seludo's organization "poisoned" the community. "The cancer of methamphetamine in the Ketchikan community...
Alaska Editorial: Gov. didn't threaten what appeared in the prior year's. (Then last month Fairbanks Rep. Tammie Wilson pre-filed the bill the Ketchikan borough had hoped for earlier.)Parnell's critics of the past week also accused him of attacking local government. But...
School budgets getting slashed statewide

...a million or surplus of a million for the next school year," said Matthew Groves, the business manager at the Ketchikan Borough School District. "It really depends what the state and (Ketchikan Gateway Borough) do."The five districts...
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Results favor Troll in areawide race

Former Ketchikan Borough Assembly member Kate Troll appears to have edged out Bill Peters for the areawide Assembly seat in the 2013 municipal election's...
Areawide Assembly seat race heats up

...worked as a fisheries development specialist for the Department of Commerce in Juneau. She previously served on the Ketchikan Borough Assembly.Two of the hot-topic issues in some Juneau circles - affordable housing and jobs - are part of Troll's...
AIDEA to study Gravina Island mill, tailings facility and the prospect of mining jobs on Prince of Wales Island and the prospect of milling operations in the greater Ketchikan borough," Buckhurst said. The borough signed a memorandum of understanding with Heatherdale Resources last year. If developed...
Ketchikan brings school funding issue to Fairbanks

...Star and Ketchikan Gateway boroughs - contribute.Ketchikan Borough manager Dan Bockhorst said the state simply doesn't...funding to cover districts' needs.Bockhorst and Ketchikan Borough attorney Scott Brandt-Erichson explained the broad...
Ketchikan borough seeks state grant to buy cannery

KETCHIKAN - The Ketchikan Gateway Borough is applying for a $5 million state grant to buy the Wards Cove Cannery. Borough Manager Roy Eckert said Wednesday the borough planned to apply for two state fisheries economic development grants, one to purchase the Wards Cove Cannery and another, also for $5 million, to build a new community cold storage facility in Ward Cove.


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