Kayhi student’s last day of school is on Thursday, where they will be returning any school materials and will be checking out of their classes.
Last Day of School Schedule
Zero hour 7:00-7:55
1st Period 8:00-8:40
2nd Period 8:45-9:25
3rd Period 9:30-10:10
4th Period 10:15-10:55
5th Period 11:00-10:40
6th Period 11:45- 12:25
Wrestling meet @ Wrangell Friday and Saturday
ACDC meet @ Juneau Friday and Saturday
Meet the Kings basketball games Saturday @ 5 p.m.
December SAT @ Kayhi Saturday 8 a.m.
For the first time in 20 years, the Alaska Fish and Game raised the prices to buy a hunting and fishing license. Fishing licenses have been raised to $29 from $24 for a resident of the state and for a non-resident, a 14 day fishing license will go up to $50, double the price of original. Hunting licenses are now increased to $45 from the original price of $25. You might be thinking “What the heck? That’s another $20!” but just be thankful you are a resident. If you’re a non-resident, you get to pay $160, terrible price huh?
That’s what I thought when I was looking at all the prices, then I decided to do some research on prices in other states and I changed my mind. Be thankful that you don’t live in California or Oregon, if you are a big hunter. California’s price for a resident hunting license is $47.01 and $163.65 for a non-resident. On top of that, a resident has to pay $31 PER TAG and non-residents get to pay an astonishing $276.05 per tag. Yeah, no thank you. If you live in Oregon, it doesn’t get much better. Residential hunters pay $32 for a license while non-residents pay $160.50 for a license. Also, if you are a resident wanting to buy one buck tag, it’s $26.50 and for a non-resident to buy just one buck tag it is $414.
Down south they have some crazy prices compared to up here in Alaska, especially if you’re a non-resident. I couldn’t even imagine paying that much for only one tag. I was going to put Montana in here but even wanting to get a license there requires a good deal of work and is incredibly complex.
Wrestling fundraiser dinner and auction Monday 5:30 p.m.
Theatre Club’s first meeting Wednesday 3:00 p.m.
Wrestling meet @ Metlakatla Friday and Satuday
Lady Kings’ 3 on 3 basketball tournament Saturday