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Firefighters prepare for cancer fundraiser stairclimb

Firefighters prepare for cancer fundraiser stairclimb

Members of the Wrangell Volunteer Fire Department are rising to a national challenge to combat cancer, putting together a team for next year's Scott Firefighter Stairclimb in Seattle. Fire... Full story

Hospital reserve fund passes million-dollar mark

The hospital’s financial reserves continue to improve, the Wrangell Medical Center Board learned during its monthly meeting Nov. 18. Financial officer Doran Hammett reported the medical center’s coffers topped $1,001,000 by the end of October,... Full story

Convicted doctor seeking new trial

Former Wrangell physician Greg Salard has applied for a new trial, ahead of his sentencing set for Dec. 3. In July a Juneau jury had found him guilty of two of three child pornography charges brought against him by federal prosecutors. In documents... Full story

Wrestlers setting eyes on Region after Craig tourney

Wrangell High School’s wrestlers racked up the victories during the Final Four in Craig Nov. 13 and 14. Five Wolves finished first for their weight class: Ian Jenson,126-pound; Sam Armstrong, 138; Darren Shilts, 170; Chet Armstrong, 182; and...

The Way We Were

In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago. November 18, 1915: As announced last week, the Wrangell Orchestra is forging ahead fast with their plans for that big dance on Thanksgiving. The original plans have been changed somewhat and the dance...

Police reports

Monday, November 16 Possible Gun Shot – Officer responded, UTL. Tuesday, November 17 Citation issued to Clarissa Young, 32, for Dog at Large and License required. Traffic Stop – Verbal warning for failure to yield at crosswalk. Wednesday,...

Obituary, George Patton Mann, 74

George Patton Mann, 74, died November 16, 2015, in Opelika, Ala. He was born in Birmingham, Ala., on December 27, 1940. George graduated from Baylor High School in Chattanooga, Tenn., in 1960 where... Full story

Fish Factor

Alaskans are being asked to weigh in on two tough issues: budgets and halibut bycatch. First off, the state Boards of Fish and Game are asking for ideas on cutting costs within their annual meeting cycles, as well as for the state agencies involved...

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