The Valdez Star - Serving Prince William Sound and Copper River Basin

Articles from the October 10, 2018 edition

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Police and emergency

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 10/8/18 Intoxicated Pedestrian: An intoxicated individual was stumbling down Airport Rd causing the complainant to nearly...

 

Short jail sentences now eligible for monitoring instead

Some lawbreakers that would usually go to jail may now be eligible to serve their sentences through electronic monitoring, thanks to a new agreement. Dean Williams, Alaska's commissioner of the Dept....

 

News briefs

Yellow warehouse possibilities How should the City of Valdez redevelop the old yellow warehouse down by the Kelsey Dock? City officials are holding a Town Hall meeting Thursday night to try to answer...

 

Buccaneer Scoreboard

Swimming - Coach Carl Young Bartlett High School Invitational The Valdez Buccaneer Swim Team had a very tough swim meet this past weekend competing against twelve teams - the majority of our state’s swim teams. Placing in the Top 10 in a meet this...

 
 By NED ROZELL    Nature    October 10, 2018

The dashed (and moving) line of the Arctic Circle

A friend and I just camped out at the Arctic Circle, about 200 miles north of where we live in Fairbanks. A dashed line on the map went right through our campsite. That line, the Arctic Circle,...

 
 Events   

What's Happening About Town

Women Infants Children The WIC supplemental nutrition program will be providing services to pregnant women, post-partum mothers, infants and children up to age 5 that meet income guidelines on Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11, at the Pu...

 

Legal notices

City of Valdez Invitation to Bid September 28, 2018: Project: 2019 Janitorial Services Contract Number: 1407 This project includes, but is not necessarily limited to: Contract shall include providing all labor, materials, tools, equipment,...

 

Board of Fisheries Should Act to Protect Wild Salmon Stocks

When the Alaska Board of Fisheries meets in Anchorage this October, it can act to place the protection of wild stocks of salmon above expansion of hatchery production of pink salmon in the Gulf of Alaska. The issue before the BOF is whether the...

 

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