Treasury warrant in the amount of $7.2 million for the purchase of Alaska. (Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, RG 217 ; National Archives Identifier 301667)
Aleutian Peninsula Broadcasting will be closed on Seward’s Day – Monday, March 26th, 2018.
The Sand Point Clinic will be closed on Seward’s Day – Monday, March 26th, 2018.
If you need medical assistance, call the Sand Point clinic to speak with their nurses’ line. If it is a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
The City of Sand Point Office & all City Departments
Will be CLOSED
Monday, March 26, 2018
IN OBSERVANCE OF SEWARD’S DAY
We will reopen 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 27, 2018.
CITY OF SAND POINT
P.O. Box 249
Sand Point, AK 99661
Family Literacy Night on Friday, March 23rd 5:00-6:00 at the Sand Point School Library for Grades K-6th and Family
Reading: “Rechenka’s Eggs” by Patricia Polacco
This is a beautiful story about a goose, a Babushka, and Ukrainian painted eggs. Come and join us for a fun night of reading and crafts. Congratulations
Congratulations 2nd Graders!
1st Place at District Battle of the Books
AASG Student Government Conference
Date: April 26-28
Where: Healy, Alaska
– Who can go? Students between 8th and 11th grade
– How can I go? This year’s theme is “Winds of Change.” As a student leader you have the chance to be that “wind.” Write a 350-700 word essay on WHAT you would do and HOW you would lead change.
– Submit to Mr. Sills by Tuesday March 20 3:30pm.
– Where can I get more information? aasg.org
The Unalaska post office is flying a new American flag, just days after its original red, white, and blue banner was stolen . Postmaster Jamesa Marino-Tickle said the replacement was hoisted Friday, thanks to a donation from Mayor Frank Kelty. "We've had so much positive feedback and support from the community," she said, in response […]
Unalaska's postmaster is pleading for return of an American flag that has disappeared from its pole outside the Unalaska post office. "On Monday night, somebody stole it," said Postmaster Jamesa Marino-Tickle. "They cut the rope and they stole the flag." The 4-by-10-foot flag was only hoisted last month, after its broken pole stood bare for […]
State prosecutors won't file charges against any of Unalaska's public officials, signaling the end of an unexplained months-long investigation into the City Council. Assistant Attorney General John Darnall made the announcement Tuesday, after spending two months reviewing the case for the Office of Special Prosecutions (OSP). "I screened it and basically declined it for prosecution," […]
After a handful of late filings, the Unalaska City Council may introduce penalties for senior citizens who miss the application deadline for property tax exemptions. City councilors approved the fifth late application of the year on Tuesday, ruling that medical treatment was an acceptable reason for one Unalaskan to miss the March deadline by almost […]
Unalaska's clinic won't draw on emergency funds provided by the city, signaling a reversal of the nonprofit's dismal financial situation. Iliuliuk Family and Health Services was granted a $500,000 subsidy in November, as clinic officials anticipated another fiscal year with a steep budget shortfall. But on Tuesday, City Manager Thomas E. Thomas said the organization […]
The Unalaska City Council could be headed to court, although the legal matter at stake is unclear. On Tuesday, city councilors had scheduled an executive session to "discuss litigation." But they canceled it after several councilors joined the meeting by telephone, resulting in an insufficient in-person quorum for discussion behind closed doors. City Manager Thomas […]
Construction season is underway in Unalaska, with five projects scheduled between now and late November. "These projects total approximately $10 million," said Director of Public Works Tom Cohenour. More than half of that budget is going toward the continued expansion of the Unalaska Marine Center, where two aging docks are being replaced. That means Unalaskans […]