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The Way We Were

January 18, 1917: On Tuesday evening a banquet was given at the Wrangell hotel by several of the business men in honor of the Wrangell basketball team. Cash Coulter was apparently the one who originated the idea, and saw that it was carried out. It...

 

The Way We Were

January 11, 1917: There was an interesting meeting of the Wrangell Fire Department Monday night. In addition to the regular routine several matters of new business were taken up. A motion prevailed that the Town Council be petitioned to build a fire...

 

Stikine Middle School and Wrangell High School Honor Roll

Wrangell High School: Principals Honor Roll: Alex Angerman, Abigail Armstrong, Helen Decker, Sig Decker, Kellan Eagle, Kaylyn Easterly, Abigail Gerald, Makena Hammer, Kayla Hay, Laura Helgeson, Joe Hommel, Reyn Hutten, Luke Kowalske, Adriana...

 

The Way We Were

January 4: 1917: Wrangell, which has for years had the name of being the original one-horse town, now has a greater dignity, according to William G. Thomas, United States commissioner at Wrangell, who is at the Frye. The town already has two horses,...

 

Mr. Nore's Kindergarten Class

Dear Santa, For Christmas I would like a toy boat, a bike and a white computer. Well that’s it. Thoses things I wanted for years. Brayden Cartwright Dear Santa, I have been a good girl this year. I would a Barbie Doll and a horse and a minecraft le...

 

Mrs. Miller's 3rd Grade Wishes for the World and Why Wrangell is Special

What I wish for the world is that if people are rich, they give some to the poor. Trash should not be left in areas that have life. Towns like Wrangell should recycle instead. Homeless people should get material to build houses. This is what I want...

 

Reflections:A time of bonding

As people here may know, I travel a lot, but usually not as a tourist. Recently I made a trip to London. This time was different - my first visit (other than stopovers at the airport) to this richly endowed city of historical and cultural renown....

 

Reflections: The seasons of island life

When I moved to Wrangell the first of July, my experience of seasons was limited: spring, summer, fall and winter. When I graduated from seminary I added the seasons of the Lutheran church, including Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and the...

 

Reflections: "Where God is, Love is' by Leo Tolstoy

There was a Cobbler named Martin who had lost his wife and son. He murmured against God. He wanted to die. A traveler told Martin he should read the Bible and live for God. Martin read the Gospel. His life changed. One night he heard a voice saying,...

 

Mrs. Wilson's 1st Grade Class Things I love to do each year for Christmas!

Nathan Robinson: I make hot cocoa. I sometimes go sledding, and I open presents. Noah Austin: I love to open presents. I love to bake gingerbread cookies. I also love to play in the snow. Haden Buness: What do I do on Christmas? When I wake up, the...

 

Reflections: Ms. Brown's K/1 Class: "What does Santa want for Christmas?"

Chrysalis Balansag – “I am going to get Santa a gift shop and not a busy new year.” Jadyn Weatherman – “I am going to get Santa a new house.” Braden Howard – “I am going to get Santa milk and cookies for Christmas.” Arabella Nore...

 

Ms. Jenkin's 2nd Grade Class

Dear Santa, For Christmas I want a gift not for me, for Will my brother. I want you to give him a Microscope for Christmas because he likes science a lot. He likes nature so I want you to give one to him. Love , Natalia Ashton Dear Santa, I want you...

 

Reflections: Don't miss out on the real gift

WOW! What a year it was! The news was continuously full of gloom and doom with just small bits of good news to keep a body going. The government was all a mess. Hard to get good paying jobs to feed a family. Leaders from other countries got...

 

Did you know?

Leaving cookies and milk for Santa Claus is a Christmas Eve tradition. Children regularly place a dish of cookies and a glass of milk by the tree on Christmas Eve so that Santa has enough energy to complete all of his gift-giving before kids wake up...

 

Reflections: "Why Is That There?"

If you have ever boarded one of our Alaska Airline combis and sat in the first row, row 17, or made your way up to the front wall to stretch between our many stops, you might have noticed a wire cage type object. I think at my first glance, I...

 

Reflections: He can bring us together

December: The last month of our year. It is Advent in the church year. It is the first month in our Savior’s year. December is different for all of us but it is the time of year we all come together. It could happen downtown at the lighting of the...

 

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