Articles from the June 20, 2018 edition

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 By LEE REVIS    Main News    June 20, 2018

Colon cancer the focus of mayor's swim from Allison Point to old Sea Otter

Our new mayor is hoping to bring attention to colon cancer– and is urging anyone with possible symptoms, hereditary factors, or is over the age of 50, to get screened. To bring awareness of the dise...

 
 By Tony Gorman    Events   

That's a wrap: curtain lowered down on this year's theatre conference

Dawson Moore will tell you the annual Last Frontier Theater Conference never has a theme. Moore, who is head of the drama department of Prince William Sound College and conference coordinator, every...

 

Fingers point at third-party vendor as cause of May's false tsunami alert

JUNEAU- A third-party vendor is being blamed for a mistaken tsunami alert broadcast on Alaska TV and radio stations last month. Dennis Bookey, co-chair of the Alaska State Emergency Communications Committee, said that this and similar incidents sugge...

 

News briefs

Red run closed (AP) State wildlife officials have ordered a shutdown of sport fishing for Copper River salmon, citing low salmon counts. Mark Somerville is a biologist with the Alaska Department of...

 

Legal notices

PUBLIC NOTICE PROVIDENCE VALDEZ MEDICAL CENTER HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL ONE VACANCY TO SERVE A ONE YEAR, THREE MONTH TERM The City of Valdez is currently accepting applications to fill one vacancy due to resignation on the Providence Valdez Medical...

 

Police and emergency

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 06/11 Noise Disturbance – A caller reported that his neighbor was playing their music too loud. Officers made contact...

 

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