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Articles from the September 26, 2019 edition

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New generator moved into power plant

The Wrangell Municipal Light & Power Department spent most of their day last Thursday, Sept. 19, moving one of their new generators into the power plant. Wrangell recently purchased two...

 

Assembly considers joining tax authority, discusses overpaid property tax refund

The Wrangell Borough Assembly held a work session on top of their regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 24. The work session was to discuss the Alaska Municipal Sales Tax Authority, a statewide entity that...

 

Wrangell supports its newest resident

Sabina Schlotzhauer, at one month old, is one of Wrangell's newest residents. Born to Kassee and Curtis Schlotzhauer, Sabina is facing some medical issues. Kassee said in a Facebook message that...

 

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

September 25, 1919 At the meeting of Alaska Labor Union No. 10 to be held Saturday night delegates will be elected to the first territorial convention of the Alaska Labor Union, which will convene in Juneau Oct. 10. At present there is no...

 

Meet the Candidates:

The City and Borough Assembly: Three Year Tearm Julie Decker is seeking re-election to the Wrangell Borough Assembly for a three-year term. There are several reasons she wants to sit for another term...

 

Court report

Aug. 22: Aaron Young appeared at a felony first hearing, charged with driving under the influence and refusing a chemical test. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Aug. 30. He was released on a $5,000 appearance bond, $5,000 performance bond,...

 

Police report

September 16 Agency assist: Door unlocked. Suspicious circumstance: Civil matter. Unsecured premises. September 17 Citizen assist: Vehicle unlock. Paper service. Found property: Glasses turned in. Traffic stop: Verbal warning for driving habits....

 

Volleyball team gearing up for new season under new leadership

The Lady Wolves, Wrangell High School's volleyball team, are gearing up for another season. They will be traveling a lot this year, according to the team's schedule, with only one home game scheduled...

 

Swim team hits the water at Juneau meet

Wrangell's swim team finally made it to their first meet in Juneau on Sept. 20 and 21 after a late start to their season due to budget constraints. They competed against six other schools, according...

 

Multiple personal bests at cross country meet

The Wrangell Cross Country team travelled down to Ketchikan last Saturday for another meet. This was their final meet before regionals, which will take place in Sitka on Sept. 28. Coach Drew Larrabee...

 

Alaska Fish Factor

Federal stewards of Alaska’s fisheries will meet in Homer for the first time since 1983 as they continue their pursuit of involving more people in policy maki   From September 30 to October 10, the Spit will be aswarm with entourages of the 15...

 

School board reviews PEAKS test results, ponders on changes to grade scale

The Wrangell School Board met early Monday evening, Sept. 23, to hold a work session on the results of the recent PEAKS tests. The Performance Evaluation for Alaska's Schools is an annual test that,...

 

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