February 27, 2015 • Vol. XXXVIII, No. 3
Nova Viehe-Cline, 4, settles in to the much envied “VIP recliner” while watching a short film and enjoying a lollipop during the Winter Weekend Film Festival at AB Hall on Feb. 21. Elise Giordano
Top Stories (not yet posted)
•Weed the people: What new and old marijuana laws mean for Skagway
•Cove fiber line on hold.
• Ferry service to continue in 2015 : DOT budget cuts threaten to lay up Mal. July -Sept.
• Assemblymen in Florida with White Pass.
• Dyea townsite closed to horses.
SING YOUR HEART OUT- Charity Pomeroy sings with The Local Vocals during the Valentine’s Day dinner at The Elks on Feb. 14. Elise Giordano
• BOROUGH DIGEST: Gateway Project in first stages of design; Trapping postponed due to assemblymen in Florida; Housing regulations to be enforced ; Mayor proclaims second Saturday in Oct. Harvest Day.
• SCHOOL REPORT: PProtecting against intruders;School postvention plan.; Elementary wrestling club to Sitka; New school fight song.
• SPORTS & REC.: Panther teams head to regionals in Sitka; Elementary wrestling club.
Next issue is March 13, 2015 (deadline: March 9).
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