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Daily Sitka Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Sitka, AlaskaDaily Sitka Sentinel Sitka Alaska monday August 31, 2015, Page 3 police blotter help wanted Petro express Sitka part time station attendant. Visit wow. . Com to View the full Job description and apply online. This is a part time position you must be Able to work evenings and weekends. Substitutes needed it. Edgecumbe High school Mehs is accepting applications for substitutes. Diploma required. On Call work at $ 16.50/ hour. A full 7.5 hour Day would be $ 123.75. Please pick up an application from the admin. Office Secretary at Mehs 1330 Seward ave. Those with questions should Call principal Bernie Gurule at 907 966 3202. The state of Alaska is an Leo Ada employer. Individuals requiring requiring accommodations should Call 1 800 587 0430 or 465 4095 in Juneau or 907 465 3412 try. Full time veterinary assistant receptionist position available at pets Choice veterinary Hospital. Call Job service or see wow. . Com for detailed description. $ 12-$ 14/ hour plus benefits. Bring in resume with cover letter and one reference. Help wanted dispatch and records clerk. Sitka police department is establishing a hiring list for dispatch records clerk. Full time benefited starting wage $ 19.49 per hour. Maintains a continuous communication source and provides records support for police and emergency response personnel. Mandatory shift work include nights weekends holidays and overtime both scheduled and emergency. Police application form and Job description available at lbs offices 100 Lincoln Street rooms 102 or 300, Sitka a 99835 and at wow. Citro Sitka. Com. Must be at least 18 years of age with no serious criminal record High school diploma or ged ability to Type 35 Wpm and possess skills to handle Complex situations. Selection process includes testing and background Check. Return completed applications and proof of typing Speed to human resources room 300 or utilities office room 102. Call 747 1816 or email or Citro Sitka. Org with any questions. Open until filled. Eoe. Retail sales associate applications being taken for it & it staff at Mountain miss work & rugged. Please apply in person at 336 Lincoln St. Sitka tribe of Alaska. The ride transit Driver part time $ 12-$ 18/ or. Applications Job descriptions available at 456 Katlian Street or on our website at wow. Sitka tribe. Org. Tribal preference applies. Closes 8/ 31/ 15. Commercial space commercial space for rent 6,000 so. It can be divided into two spaces tall electric garage doors bathroom parking. Blank slate bring your ideas Call Kris 738 3000 or Erica 738 9028. Commercial office space available. Call 747 3277 to inquire. Rentals quiet House in town 3 bedroom 1 Bath we new paint and carpet is no. $ 1,500. 738 2635. Long time residents recently returned need a Long term 1 2 bedroom unfurnished apartment to rent. Close to town preferred. 907 623 0634 Small 1br View apartment above 3500 Block her. One person is no. Long term lease. $ 500/ to plus utilities. References required. 747 6525 3 Bdrm 2 Bath ranch style House in town fully furnished. Newly remodeler $ 1,800/ to. Available 9/ 20/ 15. N s / n p. 9 0 7 7 4 7 8 0 6 7. Sitka an Mac. Com furnished 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Very clean and Nice with Ocean views. Is no. Available sept. 13 May 1. $ 695-$ 795/ month. 966 3042. 4 Bdrm 3 Bath custom beachfront Home. Garage. Is no. $ 2,400 utilities. Available sept. 1. Unfurnished. 907 738 2635. Seafood fresh Coho Salmon direct from the Fisherman. $ 3 Pound. 907 747 8280. Business services jays tree service licensed insured. Friendly & reliable. 738 0164. Sitka appliance repair. All appliances. Darrell Windsor 738 4046. Marks enterprises. We have great deals on painting pressure washing Home boat repair and More. Call your local a Odd jobs Are us a for a free estimate. Fully licensed bonded & insured. Visa or Mastercard accepted. 907 310 7595 or 752 7997. Oceanside excavation. Licensed bonded insured. Lot Clearing re surfacing driveways landscaping tree removal Concrete work Earth work. Call Shane for an estimate 738 1027. Sentinel classifieds Sentinel classifieds your Best buy for the Sitka Market. Your print and Here runs free on wow. Sitka Sentinel. Com. Call us at 747 3219 or come by the office at 112 Barracks St. Sentinel classifieds Sentinel classifieds your Best buy for the Sitka Market. Your print and Here runs free on wow. Sitka Sentinel. Com. Call us at 747 3219 or come by the office at 112 Barracks St. Call about a subscription to your Hometown newspaper. Daily Sentinel 747 3219 yoga Union new fall session starts sept. 1 sign up classes beginner pre Natal & mindfulness workshop punch card special available sept 1 7. Scholarships available for info Yus Itka email. Com or 738 2443 full schedule at wow. . Org events Calendar of monday 5 30 p. A Safe Harbor St. Peters see House Jessie 907 623 7427 6 p. Safe Community training unitarian Fellowship Hall 6 p. White elephant shop open 7 p. A Stormy monday group Call a hotline 747 8866 tuesday 11 2 salvation army Little store open noon rotary club Westmark Sitka noon a group closed no smoking a hotline at 747 8866 5 6 p. Safe is a omens support group info 747 3370 6 30 p. Nar anon meeting upstairs at Sitka lutheran Church 6 30 p. Ans Camp 4, and founders Hall 7 p. A reaching for the stars a hotline for location 747 8866 City & Borough of Sitka Public notice in accordance with the Oil pollution act of 1990 33 us 2714 the Sitka Jarvis St. Power Plant owned and operated by lbs has been named As the source of a discharge of approximately 2500 Gallons of Ultra Low Fulfur diesel fuel on or about August 15, 2015 near the Shoreline of 1318 Sawmill Creek re. Sitka a 99835. Lbs is accepting claims for certain uncompensated damages and removal costs. Claims should be in writing signed by the claimant for a specified amount and should include All evidence to support the damages. Claims presented May include claims for interim Short term damages representing less than the full amount to which the claimant ultimately May be entitled. It should be noted that payment of such claim shall not preclude recovery for damages not reflected in the paid or settled partial claims. Claims should be mailed to the following address City and Borough of Sitka attn municipal attorney 100 Lincoln Street Sitka a 99835 offic e hours Are from 8 00am to 4 30pm Akst monday through Friday except holidays. Claimants May Call 907 747 1821. Any claims which Are denied or which Are not resolved within 90 Days after the Date of submission to our claims representative May be submitted to the us coast guard Stop 7100 ca4200 Wilson blvd., suite 1000, Arlington a 20598 7100 for consideration. Published 30 consecutive publication Days beginning August 28, 2015 and ending october 9, 2015 bus to Host Parent meeting Blatchley Middle school will Host an informational meeting for Blatchley Middle school parents interested in the title i Reading and English As a second language programs 5 6 p. Thursday sept. 3, at the school Library. Refreshments will be served. Contact principal Ben White or Reading teacher Elvia Torres at 966 1400 with questions. Story time set in a Village by the sea by Muon Van will be one of the readings during preschool Story time 10 30 a. Thursday sept. 3, at Kettleson memorial Library. Readings rhymes songs and a Craft project Are included and All Are Welcome. For More information Call 747 8708. Open House set at Island Institute the Island Institute will hold an open House to introduce its new office and event space to the Community 3 5 p. Saturday sept. 5, at 304 Baranof Street. All Are invited to join the unveiling of the work and a presentation on the program. Light refreshments and Good cheer will be provided. Ranger led walks talks set at Park Sitka National historical Park offers daily guided programs teaching visitors about the Parks natural and cultural resources. This weeks programs Are sept. 1, noon totem walk and 1 30 p. Salmon talk sept. 2, 10 30 a. Russian american walking tour 2 p. Totem walk sept. 3, 11 a. Salmon talk sept. 4, noon totem walk and sept. 5, noon totem walk. For More information about the Ranger guided Tours at Sitka nip Call the visitor Center at 747 0110. Seniors to hike sails senior hiking club will feature Molly Johnson Sitka conservation society 9 15 11 30 a. Thursday sept. 3. The group will meet at 9 15 a. At Swan Lake senior Center. Transportation trekking poles and snacks will be provided. The Cost is $ 5. To a sep Contact Claire at 747 6859. Soar to meet sails senior outdoor recreation program will meet every thursday morning in september. Activities include hiking kayaking and crafting. Volunteers with skills in these areas Are being encouraged to accompany the events. For questions or to receive the monthly Calendar Contact Claire at 747 6859 or Sanchez sailing. Org. Library panel meets City and Borough of site ass Library commission will meet 7 p. Wednes Day sept. 2, on the second floor of the Kettleson memorial Library yes temporary location at 831 Lincoln Street. Probable topics include implementation of Library name change a discussion of statewide Library employee compensation recent and upcoming Library programming and the Library expansion project. The Public is invited to attend. For further information Contact Robb Farmer at 747 8708 or Robb Citro Sitka. Com. Ans to meet ans Camp 4 will meet 6 30 p. Sept. 1 at the and founders Hall. Highlighting the Agenda items will be the second nomination and elections of delegates and alternates for the 100th Celebration of Alaska native sisterhood in Wrangell at grand Camp. For More information Call 738 6608. Garden tour discussion set the Sitka local foods network education committee invites the Public to a meeting to brainstorm ideas for a possible food Garden tour of Sitka in the summer of 2016 or 2017. The meeting will be 6 30 8 p. On wednesday sept. 2, at the Sitka unitarian universalist Fellowship Hall 408 Marine Street parking off Spruce Street. Bring your ideas and help us come up with a plan for a Garden tour a a Slyn said. For More information Contact Jennifer Carter at 747 0520. The following Calls were received by Sitka police by 8 a. Today aug. 28 a tour bus hit a cards Mirror downtown. The Driver left a note. A caller complained of High school students speeding on Peterson Street. At 8 39 p. A Bear was reported running on Wach setts Street. At 10 15 p. A caller said a Man was Yelling and punching things outside her apartment on Seward Street. Offi cers found he was arguing with an other person but there was no sign of a crime. He was Given a warning. At 11 p. An intoxicated Man was stumbling in the 800 Block of her. At 11 p. Caller said a woman in the 700 Block of her appeared to be badly beaten up. She was taken to the Hospital. Police Are investigating. Aug. 29 at 12 52 a. A couple was reported arguing near City Hall. Offi cers said one May have been driving under the info u ence. The two were Given warnings. At 1 22 a. A loud party was re ported on Shelikoff drive. Offi cers is sued a warning. A second complaint involving fireworks came in at 1 53 a. M., and offi cers said the party was to be shut Down. An erratic Driver in the 4400 Block of her was Given a warning. At 10 23 a. A Merrill Street resident said a Bear tried to get into her Chicken Coop then went Back into the Woods. She found the Bear had killed two chickens and a third was missing. Offi cers were asked to Check on a woman. She turned out to be Fine but was spending time with a Man who a snot supposed to be there. He was Given a warning and left. At 4 12 p. Police warned a Driver zigzagging All Over the Road. A teen reported throwing things at a friends vehicle was Given a warning. A couple was reported arguing in a vehicle on Eliason Loop. The Man said the conflict was verbal Only. At 8 48 p. A Bear was reported in the Pherson and Charles streets areas. At 9 22 p. Bartenders said an intoxicated Man was refusing to leave and was acting like a fool. The Man was gone when police arrived but returned 20 minutes later and was behaving in an aggressive manner toward customers. He was taken into protective custody. Aug. 30 a caller said people were lighting fires around a trailer in the 3200 Block of her. Police found no one around. At 12 05 p. A caller reported what sounded like rapid fire gunshots in the 2800 Block of Sec. Police found nothing amiss. A Man reported losing his iphone 6 in a Black Otter Box. Police helped a woman who had locked her keys in her vehicle. At 3 37 p. A caller said her Wallet and phone were stolen from her locker at the Blatchley Pool. Her belongings were found by another person at the Pool and later claimed by the owner. A dark Blue specialized hot Rock sport Bike was found abandoned. A caller asked for help with a child who was punching and being physical with his father. Police talked to the child and both parents and advised the child he was not allowed to hit his parents. Parents were Given options. At 11 p. A caller complained a boat engine was left on and was keeping him awake. Police talked to the skipper who said he was running the Generator to keep the fish cold until they could be offloaded. Police found the noise was at a reasonable level. At 11 p. A caller said a woman be reached by friends or family. Police found the woman was of. At 11 20 p. A Man said his son had run away from Home and was biking away. He returned at 2 39 a. On his own. A report was sent to the office of childrens services. Site a police Tyler a. Wagner 30, was arrested saturday night for disorderly conduct being drunk on the premises and resisting arrest. Emergency Calls the Sitka fire department dispatched ambulances at 4 28 p. M., 5 p. And 11 07 p. Friday 12 25 a. M., 1 33 p. And 4 33 p. Saturday and 12 08 a. Today. At 6 54 p. Friday a fire truck was sent to 1006 her on a report of a pos sible fire but it turned out to be steam from a dryer vent. Pauline Bergdoll services pending services for longtime Sitka Pauline Fern Bergdoll Are pending. Pauline died aug. 30 at Searh Juneau a a personal Loca it. Edgecumbe Hospital. She was 93. Tor Beacon that sends out Gas coordinates helped Juneau searchers find a stranded hiker on Friday. Charles Waddell a 23 year old from Colorado activated his spot Brand Beacon near sunny Cove in Taku Inlet reported the Juneau Empire. Taku Inlet and Taku Glacier Are a few Miles South of Juneau. The Beacon sent his location and an emergency assistance request to a Houston dispatch Center which sent the information to Alaska state troopers at 8 a. M., according to trooper spokeswoman Beth Ipsen. Ipsen said troopers directed search efforts by Juneau Mountain Rescue and Southeast Alaska dogs organized for ground search known As seadog. Waddell was found uninsured by 10 10 a. Jarvis Schultz of Juneau Mountain Rescue said Gas coordinates were relatively accurate and helped searchers find Waddell. The subjects location that was provided by their spot device was relatively accurate probably within 50 meters in this Case Schultz told the Juneau Empire by email Friday. I say relatively accurate because while 50 meters is pretty poor Resolution with to Days positioning systems its an enormous help in focusing a potential Rescue Effort he explained. Local searchers say they have encountered a few cases where lost or endangered hikers used a handheld Beacon and Schultz said its a great Tooland not just because it sends Gas coordinates. If cellphones or radios Are not working satellite communication can help Start a search and Rescue Effort before too late he said. But Schultz cautioned that the beacons Are not foolproof because satellites Arentt always Able to pick up signals. Schultz said people in the outdoors should keep other tools with them with training knowledge and Good decision making skills not being the least of them. Hiker uses own Beacon for Rescue fire leads to meth arrest Anchorage a Alaska state troopers say they have arrested a Palmer Man after a House fire related to a methamphetamine lab. Ketuu to reports that troopers arrested the 33 year old Homeowner Friday. He is being held at Matsu pretrial on several drug charges. Troopers Learned about the fire around noon on Friday. They say emergency responders found a fully functional methamphetamine lab in the House. Troopers wrote in a dispatch that arrangements were made with the drug enforcement administration to remove hazardous waste. They wrote that the fire was in a Small area outside the House and no one was Hurt. Members of the statewide drug enforcement unit Matsu Western Alaska alcohol narcotics taskforce special crimes investigation unit Palmer police and the state fire marshalls of fice joined troopers at the scene. K 8 basketball workshop set a fall basketball fundamentals workshop for boys and girls in kindergarten through eighth grades will be held saturdays sept. 12 26, at Blatchley Middle school. The fee is $ 30. Grades and times Are k 2, 11 a. Noon 3 4, noon 1 p. 5 6, 1 2 p. And 7 8, 2 3 p. The instructor will be Andy Lee. Call 738 1053 with questions. Preschool screening in school District Sitka Borough school District will provide child find preschool screen Ings for children Ages 3 5. The first screening of this school year is Friday sept. 4, at the Rasmuson building on so Campus. An appointment is required for child find preschool screening. For More information or to schedule a screening appointment parents should Call the Rasmuson Center at 747 8356, or Mandy Evans special education director at 966 1253. The child find program is provided without charge to families who live within Sitka Borough school District boundaries. The purpose of the program is to identify children who Are having difficulty in their development and to provide special education services to them when it is appropriate. Screenings for children Ages 3 5 will be held at the Rasmuson building at least once per Quarter and those dates will be publicized

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