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Diverse opinions voiced at Roadless Rule meeting

The Forest Service has been hosting numerous public meetings across Southeast Alaska, recently, to share information on proposed changes to the Roadless Rule and to take comments from the public....

Veterans Day assembly held at Wrangell High School

Wrangell High School hosted a special assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 12, for Veteran's Day. Wrangell veterans were escorted into the gymnasium by members of the Wrangell Wolves wrestling team. The third...

Port commission discusses changes to cruise ship fees, derelict boats

The Wrangell Port Commission met for a brief workshop to begin discussions on two topics that Harbor Master Greg Meissner said would be important for the future. One was on potentially changing the...

Nolan Center opens new shipwreck exhibit

The Nolan Center opened its newest exhibit on shipwrecks with much fanfare last Friday, Nov. 8. With food, wine, music, and special presentations, many people turned out for the grand opening. The...

Assembly adopts memorandum with Forest Service, accepts money for water treatment plant, continues discussion on dump truck

The borough assembly met Tuesday night, Nov. 12, for their only scheduled meeting this month. The meeting opened with a work session on Wrangell's local contractor policy. The policy was established...

Wolves wrestlers take top 10 spots at ACS tournament

The Wrangell Wolves went north to Anchorage last week for the annual ACS Denali Auto Glass Invitational Tournament. There were 33 teams competing in this tournament, making it one of the biggest...

Strong finish for Wrangell at Klawock volleyball tournament

Wrangell's volleyball team travelled to Klawock last week, where they faced off against Klawock's home team, Craig, Petersburg, Haines, and Metlakatla. The team had a tough start, according to Coach...

Renee Roberts finishes in top 8 at swimming championships

High School swim team season has come to a close once again. For the second year in a row, Wrangell was represented by sophomore Renee Roberts at State. The Wrangell High School swim team has had a...

The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

­­­November 13 , 1919 A branch of the American Legion will be organized at the Gymnasium on the evening of November 19. The American Legion is an organization of American veterans of the world war. It was first organized in Paris March 15 to 17,...

Police report

November 4 Verbal Dispute: Both parties separated. Citizen Assist: Unlock vehicle. Report of Theft. Agency assist: MVA Summons service. Report of threats. November 5 86’d letter served. Internet Phishing. Agency Assist: AST. November 6 Warrant...

Dan's Dispatch - State Legislature Year in Review

As the House Representative for District 36, I’m writing to update you on some of the issues currently before the Alaska State Legislature. The 2019 legislative sessions were challenging – we continued to grapple with creating the budget,...

Alaska Fish Factor

Alaska’s 2019 salmon season was worth $657.6 million to fishermen, a 10% increase from the 2018 fishery. Sockeye salmon accounted for nearly 64% of the total value, topping $421 million, and 27% of the harvest at 55.2 million fish. Those are the...

Court report

Oct. 25: Tangles Ray Hilton was arraigned on charges of assault in the fourth degree, criminal trespass, and criminal mischief. A request for a court appointed lawyer was granted, and he was released on his own recognizance. A calendar call hearing...

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