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The Way We Were

February 22, 1917: Silas Silverman, son of Sam Silverman, the well known mining man, arrived from the south on the Spokane last Thursday evening and sailed for Seattle on the Princess Sophia the next evening. Mr. Silverman is at present engaged in...

 

The Way We Were

February 15, 1917: Last Saturday and Sunday the town of Wrangell was host to a goodly delegation from Petersburg. The attraction at Wrangell was the basketball game between the teams of Wrangell and Petersburg. However, neither the Wrangell nor the...

 

A real pane to weather

Contractors measure a window needing replacement at a Lynch Street storefront, after high winds dislodged a hanging sign between Monday night and early Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service...

 

The Way We Were

February 8, 1917: F.F.W. Lowie, General Agent for Alaska and Yukon for the Canadian Pacific Rail and Steamship Lines, arrived on the Alki from Juneau and was here several days in interest of his company. Attention may be drawn to the new ad of this...

 

The Way We Were

February 1, 1917: The following petition is being circulated in Wrangell this week: “We, the undersigned, residents of Wrangell and vicinity, respectfully petition the government of the United States to build a wagon road commencing at the mouth...

 

The Way We Were

February 1, 1917: The following petition is being circulated in Wrangell this week: “We, the undersigned, residents of Wrangell and vicinity, respectfully petition the government of the United States to build a wagon road commencing at the mouth...

 

The Way We Were

January 25, 1917: The Wrangell sawmill will start up earlier this year than ever before in its history. When seen by the Sentinel man this week Fred Wilson, the manager, stated that everything is being done to get in readiness for an early start, and...

 

Wedding announcement

Michael and Leanna Nash of Wrangell, Alaska announce the engagement of Leanna's daughter, Jessica Blunt to Chris Stewart, son of Ted and Joan Stewart of Kalispell, Montana. Jessica is a Wrangell High...

 

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,...

 

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