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3 pounds of cigarette butts cleaned up for Great American Smokeout last week

Last Thursday, Nov. 19, Wrangell secondary school students with the BASE student group participated in the Great American Smokeout by going around town cleaning up cigarette butts. In less than an...

Public Safety Building repairs covered in special assembly meeting

The Wrangell Borough Assembly held a special meeting last Thursday night, Nov. 19, to discuss the Public Safety Building and its needed repairs. The Public Safety Building houses Wrangell's court,...

Absentee ballots counted for District 36

As of last Wednesday, Nov. 18, all absentee and early ballots have been counted for District 36. According to unofficial results for the Nov. 3 election, there were 3,748 absentee ballots cast this...

P&R considering options for winter programming

Wrangell Parks and Recreation has learned a lot about adaptability this past year, P&R Director Kate Thomas said. With the COVID-19 pandemic, she said that things could change quickly and her...

Christmas Tree Lane, Dove Tree moving forward with some changes

While this holiday season may look different with the COVID-19 pandemic, several Wrangell traditions are still going strong. The public will still be able to participate in the annual Christmas Tree...

Planning and Zoning Commission workshops Institute zoning

The Wrangell Planning and Zoning commission met Monday afternoon, to hold a work session on potential zoning of the former Institute Property. The former Wrangell Institute was located on land near Shoemaker Harbor. After the Institute closed down,...

Southeast Alaska commercial Dungeness crab fall season closure

The commercial Dungeness crab fishery in Registration Area A (Southeast) will close in most areas by regulation at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 30, consistent with 5 AAC 32.110. Districts 1 and 2, and Section 13-B outside of the Sitka Sound...

COVID-19 daily update:

November 25 In this week’s COVID update, Jamie Roberts reported that Wrangell has one active case. The city is reporting a total of 24 cases for Wrangell, in all. Statewide, Alaska has seen 29,543... Full story

Lady Wolves return from regionals

The Wrangell Lady Wolves travelled to Prince of Wales this past weekend for regionals. It has been a unique season, with the COVID-19 pandemic requiring schools to organize mitigation plans and to...

The Way We Were

November 25, 1920 When Walter Woodbridge went south last Thursday he took with him some of the most beautiful specimens of decorative marble ever seen in Alaska or anywhere else. The specimens were taken from Mr. Woodbridge’s claims near Wrangell...

Thanksgiving baskets

The Wrangell Salvation Army passed out the Wrangell Ministerial Association's Thanksgiving baskets last Friday. Lt. Jon Tollerud, with the Salvation Army, said that they had 138 people sign up for...

Ducks at the beach

A flock of ducks swimming near City...

Police report

November 16 Welfare Check Agency Assist: Harbor Dept. November 17 Subpoena Service Unlawful Contact I November 18 Traffic: Vehicle failed to stop for school bus letting children off. Traffic Stop: Verbal warning for driving habits. November 19...

Alaska Fish Factor: Frozen sockeye salmon strips bring tasty nutrition and relief to teething babies

Frozen sockeye salmon strips bring tasty nutrition and relief to teething babies. The lightly seasoned salmon strips, made mostly from Bristol Bay reds, are the third product made by Bambino’s Baby Food of Anchorage that is aimed at getting more...

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