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Articles from the January 2, 2014 edition

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Sentinel looks back on 2013

The Chief Shakes House rededication was easily the biggest event of 2013 in Wrangell. However, the year was filled with events and news stories big and small. On the first edition of 2014, the... Full story

 

Lady Wolves earn sole Wrangell win at Cochrane

The Wrangell girls’ basketball team racked up a single win and two losses in Ketchikan this weekend at the Clarke Cochrane Holiday Classic. “The tournament went well for a lot of my players,” said head coach Edna Abella-Nore. “For every girl... Full story

 

Police reports

Monday, December 23 911 – Person calling for information. Officer spoke with them. Traffic Stop – Verbal warning for equipment. Tuesday, December 24 Officer responded to unlock vehicle for individual. Wednesday, December 25 Nothing to report....

 

The Way We Were

In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago. January 1, 1914: Talk about your masquerades, you should have been at the Red Men's masquerade last night, everyone in town was there but you, and costumes, never such a variety before, it was the biggest...

 

Ice, rain, cause AT&T service outage

Mobile phone service for Wrangell AT&T customers was sporadically available and then unavailable starting Christmas night. The outage lasted until Friday afternoon. Customers in and around town, many of whom use smart phones, said voice and data... Full story

 
 By Brian O Connor    News    January 2, 2014

Rayme's to become Wrangell's first non-smoking bar

Local bar patrons might have to go a bit further to get that nicotine fix on the weekends. Rayme’s Bar plans to be non-smoking as of Jan. 1, and that means Rayme’s will become the first dedicated bar without smoking in Wrangell. The Stikine...

 

Salvation Army marks successful holiday campaigns

For the second straight year, the Salvation Army’s local kettle campaign beat expectations. The news this year might be whose expectations they beat. Local Captains Ronnie and Debbie Davis said contributions – most of which were deposited...

 

Fish Factor

Alaska’s seafood industry worked hard again in 2013 to ramp up its message to policy makers, most of whom still tend to overlook the industry’s economic significance to the state and beyond. What is that message? That “the industry” is made...

 

Wolves improve, but lose 3 at Cochrane tourney

The Wrangell High team brought three straight losses home from the Clarke Cochrane Invitational this weekend. Wolves fans can take solace in the fact that the team has shown improvement in critical...

 

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