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Articles from the June 7, 2018 edition

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 By Dan Rudy    News    June 7, 2018

Kayakers spreading plastic-free message along coastline

A pair of Australian kayakers navigated their way to Wrangell over the weekend, part of a three-month excursion down the Pacific Ocean's northeastern coastline. Starting in Glacier Bay National Park...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    June 7, 2018

Royalty competition kicks off ahead of Fourth

It's a royal rumble this month, with the competition to see who gets crowned this year's king or queen of Wrangell's Independence Day celebrations starting off on May 31. Arranged by the Chamber of...

 

The Way We Were

May 30, 1918 Once more Wrangell has demonstrated her ability to go “over the top” in any worthy enterprise. Although the Red Cross drive followed close on the heels of the Third Liberty Loan, the committees in charge of the raising of the Red...

 

Court Report

May 29 Tasha M. McColloch, 33, appeared before First District Court Judicial Officer Chris Ellis for judgment on the charge of Driving Under the Influence. The defendant pleaded guilty to the count and was ordered to serve 30 days jail/monitoring...

 

Police Report

May 28, 2018 Subpoena service. Domestic. Citizen report of DUI. May 29, 2018 Health and safety. Dog complaint: Warning given to owner for aggressive dog. Agency assist: Ambulance. Report of theft. May 30, 2018 Loud party. Noise disturbance. Agency...

 

Golf Roundup

It was a relatively quiet weekend at the links this weekend, with two teams squaring off during the annual City Market/Sentry Hardware and Marine Golf Tournament. Eight golfers were teamed off at...

 

Obituary: Jerry William Larson, 50

Jerry William Larson, 50, of Athol, Idaho, passed away on May 12, 2018, from drowning at Jewel Lake near his home during a family outing. He was born on October 11, 1967, in Anchorage, Alaska, to Rich... Full story

 

Former Sen. Begich to challenge Walker in upcoming race

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) ­– Democratic former U.S. Sen. Mark Begich is running for governor of Alaska, complicating Gov. Bill Walker’s re-election bid. Begich made his plans official shortly before a Friday filing deadline. Before the announcement,...

 

Childcare shake-up considered by state

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Alaska childcare providers are concerned drastic changes could be coming to preschools throughout the state. A document outlining proposed changes from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Child Care Program...

 
 By Laine Welch    Dockside    June 7, 2018

Fish Factor: Hagfish, commonly called slime eels may become viable fishery; ready markets await

Hagfish is the real name for what is commonly called slime eels and it could become a viable fishery with ready markets standing by. Little is known about hagfish in Alaska, although they are commonly caught elsewhere in the U.S. and abroad. In...

 

More districts to open to king salmon shortly

Districts 5, 6, 10 and most of 7 will soon reopen to sport fishermen for king salmon, according to emergency regulations put in place earlier this spring. Chinook harvest opportunity has already...

 

Automotive show-and-tell

An assortment of utility vehicles are encamped at the Evergreen Elementary School parking lot on Saturday for "Touch-a-Truck," an educational outing organized by radio station KSTK. An assortment of...

 

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