Articles from the June 21, 2023 edition
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Monday, June 12 Agency assist: Fire alarm. Found property. Tuesday, June 13 Traffic stop: Citations issued for driving without valaid license and failure to provide proof of insurance. Agency assist: Fire alarm. Agency assist: Ambulance....
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Wrangell Senior Center, Southeast Senior Services, a division of Catholic Community Service, is currently recruiting for a driver/assistant cook at $17/hour, 25 hours a week. Must be 21 years of age. Apply online at...
State lawmakers will pick up multiple unresolved issues next year
The first session of the 33rd Alaska Legislature adjourned last month, with a lot of issues unresolved. “We were just tied up too much with the issue of the dividend and the budget and how we’re going to pay for things,” said Senate President...
Federal/state task force will develop science plan for Western Alaska salmon
Federal and state leaders have appointed 19 experts to a special task force responsible for creating a science plan to better understand Alaska’s salmon, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Service announced. Task... Full story
Orcas ram yacht offshore Spain in 24th such attack this year
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - A pod of killer whales repeatedly rammed a yacht in the Strait of Gibraltar last month, damaging it enough to require Spanish rescuers to come to the aid of its four crew members. It was the latest episode in a perplexing tren...
Hōkūle'a arrival in Wrangell delayed due to COVID-19 exposure
The Polynesian Voyaging Society vessel Hōkūle’a had been scheduled to arrive in Wrangell on Monday, June 26, but due to the crew’s exposure to COVID-19 in Juneau the vessel delayed its departure from Angoon by a day. The plan is to leave Angoon... Full story