LOCAL CALENDAR

FRIDAY

7 p.m. UAS Falll Lecture Series on’’Climate Change Impacts on Insects in Alaska and Globally,’’ go to uas.alaska.edu/calendar

SATURDAY

9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Open Practice, Sitka Sportsman’s Association indoor pistol range

10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free COVID Testing, new location: Mt. Edgecumbe Medical Center Testing site, 222 Tongass Drive

10:30 a.m. Outdoor Trap and Skeet, Sitka Sportsman’s Association

Noon AA, under Crescent Harbor shelter, call AA hotline 747-8866 for information

Noon-4 p.m. Salvation Army Little Store open

Noon-3 p.m. White Elephant Shop open

3 p.m. Campaign party for Al Gross for U.S. Senate campaign, socially distanced, Crescent Harbor shelter

SUNDAY

10 a.m. COVID-19 testing, SEARHC Mt. Edgecumbe Medical Center

Noon AA, under Crescent Harbor shelter, call AA hotline 747-8866 for information

MONDAY

6 a.m. MEHS Pool lap swim

10 a.m. Racial Justice and Equity Training, bmorse1@alaska.edu or 966-8674

Noon AA, under Crescent Harbor shelter, call AA hotline 747-8866 for information

1 p.m. MEHS Pool lap and parent/tot swim

5 p.m. MEHS Pool lap and therapy swim

5:30 p.m. Alaska Native Sisterhood Camp 4, ANB Founders Hall

6 p.m. White Elephant Shop open

August 5, 2020

A Note To Our Readers

Reopening: Phase One:

 

On March 30 the Daily Sitka Sentinel began taking precautions against the coronavirus, which was starting to show up in Alaska.

We closed our building to the public and four key employees started working remotely. Home delivery was suspended to protect our carriers from exposure to the virus.

Four months later, the virus is still with us and the precautions remain in effect.

In appreciation for the willingness of our subscribers to pick up their daily paper at drop-off sites, the Sentinel was free to all readers, and subscriptions were extended without charge.

As of August 1 the Sentinel is once again charging for subscriptions, but the present method of having subscribers pick up their papers at designated sites will continue.

The expiration date of all subscriptions has been extended without charge for an additional four months.

We thank our readers for their support in these uncertain times, and especially those who paid for the paper despite the free offer.

We look forward to the time when we can safely resume home delivery.

To check on the expiration of your subscription or to make a payment please call 747-3219. The subscription email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We also will be mailing out reminder cards.

The single copy price is again 75 cents. The news racks do not require coins to open, but we ask that the 75 cents for a non-subscription single copy sale be paid with coins in the slot.

– The Sitka Sentinel Staff

 

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Alaska COVID-19
At a Glance

(updated 9-18-20)

By Sentinel Staff

The state Department of Health and Social Services has posted the following update on the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alaska as of 10:30 a.m. Friday.

New cases as of Thursday: 108

Total statewide – 6,658

Total (cumulative) deaths – 45

Active cases in Sitka – 30 (20 resident; 10 non-resident) *

Recovered cases in Sitka – 26 (22 resident; 4 non-resident) *

The state says the cumulative number of cases hospitalized is 257.

To visit the Alaska DHSS Corona Response dashboard website click here.

* These numbers reflect State of Alaska data. Local cases may not immediately appear on DHSS site, or are reported on patient’s town of residence rather than Sitka’s statistics. 

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20 YEARS AGO
September 2000

Photo caption: First-grader Megan Polasky happily holds a large turnip as she and other first-graders from Baranof Elementary School harvest some of the vegetables they planted last spring as kindergartners behind the Russian Bishop’s House. Park Service Ranger Harvey Brandt, center, watches over the gardening project.

50 YEARS AGO
September 1970

The Sentinel adds its congratulations to the following persons listed on the Woman’s Club community calender: Earl E. Smith, Wallis George, Frank Williams, Robert Blankenship, and Frank O. Williams Sr., whose birthdays are today, and Ed and Monte Littlefield, whose anniversary is today.

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