UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE – AFS exchange students perform a loosely choreographed song and dance at the Sitka Public Library Tuesday night. The Sitka High School students gave slide presentations about their home countries, which are all predominantly Muslim. The students spoke about battling stereotypes, and emphasized the common traits of all cultures, their love of family and country. From left are, Omar Ali, from Egypt; Ceren Gokpinar from Turkey; Haifa Alsafadi of Jordan; and Shanzila Ahmad from Pakistan. (Sentinel Photo by James Poulson)
February 23, 2018 Police Blotter
23 Feb 2018 22:10

Police received the following calls between 8 a.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. today.
Feb. 22
    A caller  [ ... ]

February 22, 2017 Police Blotter
23 Feb 2018 00:02

Police received the following calls between 8 a.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. today.
Feb. 21
    A busine [ ... ]

Jiu-Jitsu Champion to Share Skills in Sitka
23 Feb 2018 00:00

By ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    Sitka’s stalwart group of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu devotees [ ... ]

Pot Merchant Relates First Year Challenges
22 Feb 2018 23:59

By SHANNON HAUGLAND
Sentinel Staff Writer
    The first year of operation for Sitka’s first retai [ ... ]

February 22, 2018, Community Happenings
22 Feb 2018 23:49

Chili, Fried Bread Sale Saturday A chili and fried bread sale will be 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb [ ... ]

Board Rates Wegner, Approves 1% Raise
21 Feb 2018 23:58

ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    The Sitka School Board gave Mary Wegner a favorable rating  [ ... ]

February 21, 2018, Community Happenings
21 Feb 2018 23:53

Sitka Guide’s New OwnersGives Business Fresh Look Sitka Through Four Seasons, a year-round guid [ ... ]

Film: One Town’s Way to Help Opioid Victims
21 Feb 2018 23:27

ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    Among the collection of Oscar-nominated documentary shorts  [ ... ]

MEHS Wins 3rd Crosstown Game, Sitka Eyes Regionals
21 Feb 2018 22:18

By ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    The Mt. Edgecumbe High School boys basketball team fell  [ ... ]

February 21, 2018 Police Blotter
21 Feb 2018 21:51

Police received the following calls between 8 a.m. Friday and 8 a.m. today.
Feb. 16
    A woman fil [ ... ]

February 20, 2018, Community Happenings
21 Feb 2018 00:26

Public Testimony Taken at LIO This week the Alaska Legislature will be taking public testimony on  [ ... ]

Sitka Police, Schools Take Threat Seriously
21 Feb 2018 00:23

By SHANNON HAUGLAND
and ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writers
    An “off the cuff” remark last  [ ... ]

Sitkans to Come Together, Share Their Stories
17 Feb 2018 00:15

By ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    The most successful stories uncover something new and un [ ... ]

Fishermen Offer Berths to Wannabe Deckhands
16 Feb 2018 23:59

By ABIGAIL BLISS
Sentinel Staff Writer
    Cathryn Klusmeier comes from a long line of Arkansans. H [ ... ]

February 16, 2018, Community Happenings
16 Feb 2018 23:58

Peratrovich Day Reading Feb. 16 In recognition of Elizabeth Peratrovich Day, Sitka Public Library  [ ... ]

Sitka Celebrates Heritage of Elizabeth Peratrovich...
16 Feb 2018 23:48

By SHANNON HAUGLAND
Sentinel Staff Writer
    Sitka celebrated Elizabeth Peratrovich Day today, hon [ ... ]

February 16, 2018 Police Blotter
16 Feb 2018 22:47

Police Blotter
    The following calls were received by police between 8 a.m. Thursday and 8 a.m.  [ ... ]

February 15, 2018, Community Happenings
16 Feb 2018 00:39

Comprehensive Plan Comment Sought Sitkans are invited to review and comment on the draft Sitka Com [ ... ]

Assembly Holds Off On Utility Bill Subsidy
16 Feb 2018 00:16

By SHANNON HAUGLAND
Sentinel Staff Writer
    The Assembly held a discussion Tuesday night on a pro [ ... ]

More Fees Approved For Hospital Options
16 Feb 2018 00:15

By Sentinel Staff
    Taking up the items left on the table when time ran out at the regular meeti [ ... ]

February 15, 2018 Police Blotter
15 Feb 2018 23:19

Police Blotter
    The following calls were received by police between 8 a.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. [ ... ]

Governor Picks Pate To Be Judge in Sitka T
15 Feb 2018 00:46

By Sentinel Staff
    Gov. Walker has picked Jude Pate, an attorney in the state public defender [ ... ]

Assembly Votes Against Fluoride as Ballot Issue
15 Feb 2018 00:43

By SHANNON HAUGLAND
Sentinel Staff Writer
    After hearing more than two hours of testimony for an [ ... ]

February 14, 2018, Community Happenings
15 Feb 2018 00:35

SCLT to Meet Sitka Community Land Trust will meet 6-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 26, at  Centennial Hall, R [ ... ]

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