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City welcomes holiday season with Midnight Madness

It was cold, the evening of Dec. 7, and at times rainy. That did not deter many Wrangell residents from coming out for Midnight Madness, however. Midnight Madness has been a Wrangell tradition for...

City goes dark during brief power outage

The City of Wrangell was thrown into darkness for about forty-five minutes the evening of Nov. 6. At about 4:45 p.m., power to the city went out. Several buildings were able to keep their lights on...

Parks and Rec board discusses ping-pong, strategic planning workshop

The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board met on the evening of Wed., Dec. 5. It was the first meeting for two new members of the board, Annya Ritchie and Keeleigh Morelli. One of the first items on...

Assembly workshops legislative priorities, discusses drug abuse

It was a busy night for the Wrangell Borough Assembly Wednesday. State Representative Dan Ortiz came to town to be a part of a workshop with city leaders over what Wrangell’s legislative priorities for 2019 would be. A draft document was provided...

Wrestling team finishes third in Regionals, nine wrestlers going to State

The Wrangell Wolves wrestling team had a good showing at the regional tournament last week in Juneau. Going against 10 other teams in the tournament, Wrangell was able to walk away with a third place...

Hoop Shoot sees almost 50 participants

Wrangell’s Elks Lodge hosted its annual Hoop Shoot last Saturday. The community gym was packed with kids participating in the free throw contest, and supportive family members and friends in the...

The Way We Were

December 12, 1918 Wrangell celebrated Britain Day Saturday with a whole-hearted enthusiasm that made the occasion one to be remembered. In the business section British flags mingled everywhere with the Stars and Stripes and at noon all stores...

Ramp delivered for Shoemaker project

The new ramp for Shoemaker Bay Harbor, measuring 132 feet, was delivered to Wrangell on Dec. 4. The harbor has been undergoing renovations since September,...

Christmas at the Library

Wrangell kids were invited to the Irene Ingle Library to celebrate Christmas last Thursday. They got to read Christmas stories, sing songs, and eat some cookies. Santa Claus, himself, also made a...

Baby Raven Reads at Head Start

Head Start hosted "Baby Raven Reads" this past Saturday morning. Baby Raven Reads, according to Community Liason Delila Ramirez, is a program by the Sealaska Heritage Institute to promote literacy...

Salmon Sisters add wild salmon Skin Serum as first wellness product to popular line of ocean-themed goods

An Alaskan sisterhood of sorts is advancing a line of tundra botanicals mixed with the sea to create potent anti-aging skin care products bearing the best of both. A wild salmon Skin Serum is the...

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