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Port commish examines thefts and ferry landings

Port commish examines thefts and ferry landings

Security was one topic on the minds of Wrangell's Port Commission members when they met on Oct. 1. A compressed air foam system was among the larger items pilfered from the boatyard this year.... Full story

Despite bounteous start, moose season set for average

Alaska Department of Fish and Game reported the first half of the moose season has generally been going well for the Petersburg-Wrangell-Kake area. ADFG wildlife biologist Rich Lowell reported a... Full story

Prop measures affirmed, incumbents appear re-elected

After Tuesday's polls closed, unofficial results for Wrangell's regular municipal elections were in. Three-hundred twenty-six votes were cast at the Nolan Center, slightly more than the 312 cast last year. Several seats were in contest this year,... Full story

Cross-country season crosses the finish line

The high school cross-country team wrapped up its season over the weekend, with the girls coming in 11th place overall at the State Championships in Anchorage and senior Bryce Gerald coming in eighth ...

The Way We Were

In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago. September 30, 1915: Manager J. H. McGehee, of the Alaska Co-operative Fishing & Packing Association, last Tuesday confirmed the story printed in the Sentinel last week in regard to moving their plant...

Police reports

Monday, September 28 Citizen Assist—Vehicle Unlocked. Traffic Complaint—Speeder. Tuesday, September 29 Citation was issued to Nicholas Welch, 29, for parking in bus zone. Report of dead deer. Person was contacted to salvage. Wednesday,...

Fish Factor

“Unsettled” best describes the mood among brokers in the business of buying, selling and trading Alaska salmon permits and quota shares of various catches. For salmon permits, “the dust hasn’t really settled” since the season ended, said...

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