Articles from the April 26, 2016 edition

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 By LEE REVIS    Main News    April 26, 2016

Propositions on Tuesday's ballot require a little study

There may be only one candidate for mayor in the upcoming elections, but voters have a lot of decisions to make regarding the four proposition and the candidates running for city and council and...

 

News briefs

Gorman is back Former KCHU public news director Tony Gorman is back on the airwaves in Valdez, PWS and the Copper Valley. Gorman is replacing Marcia Lynn, who announced her retirement in March. Lynn r...

 
 By NED ROZELL    Main News    April 26, 2016

Frog calls signal the change of season in Alaska

NEAR BALLAINE LAKE - Over the blat of engines and hum of tires on nearby Farmers Loop, Mark Spangler hears the chuckles of the animal he is studying. Male wood frogs in a one-acre pond on the campus...

 
 By LEE REVIS    Events   

Snow Town Ice Classic pays out over $1,500 this year

One good guesser in Valdez is over $1,500 richer. That is the news from the city's Parks and Recreation Dept. which saw its tripod on Ruth Pond fall due to thinning ice Saturday, marking the end of its 2016 Snowtown Ice Classic. "The actual time the...

 

Legal and public notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Valdez Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 at 7:00 PM in the City Council Chambers. The purpose of the hearing is to take public testimony on the request from Michael...

 

Police and emergency

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 04/18 Domestic Disturbance: The Valdez Police Department received a report of a mother and daughter having a dispute. No c...

 

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