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Articles from the November 29, 2018 edition

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Cheerleaders help SEARHC clean up cigarettes

Several high school cheerleaders and their coach, Stephanie Cartwright, helped SEARHC Health Educator Tammi Meissner clean cigarette butts off of Front Street last week for the Great American...

 

New Nolan Center logo first step in larger revamping

The Nolan Center recently unveiled their new logo. Cyni Crary, director of the Nolan Center, said that when she took the job she wanted to work on some rebranding. She said she wanted a more modern,...

 

The Way We Were

November 28, 1918 In a letter from Reverend Corser, “I have happened to run into some important inside history of the war which has never been published. It is a special reason for thanksgiving, and I will speak about it at that service. My great...

 

Signup for Christmas baskets ends this week

The Wrangell Salvation Army has been handing out Christmas baskets since its inception in the 1960s, according to Maj. Jennifer Bates. She knows for a fact they have done them for the past three...

 

Police Report

November 19, 2018 Report of theft. Summons served. Parking complaint. Traffic stop: Verbal warning for faulty equipment. November 20, 2018 Traffic stop: Verbal warning for driving without headlights. Traffic stop: Verbal warning for faulty headlight....

 

Friendsgiving at Evergreen Elementary School

Evergreen Elementary School hosted a "Friendsgiving" lunch last Tuesday afternoon. Students and their friends and family were able to enjoy a meal together and share what they were thankful...

 

Obituary: Gary Lee Allen Sr., 75

Gary Lee Allen Sr., 75, passed away on Nov. 14, 2018 in Juneau, Alaska losing his battle with cancer. He was born on Jan. 1, 1943 in Olympia, Washington to Wes and Helen Allen. He was a resident of... Full story

 

Wrestling team prepares for Sitka tournament

The Wrangell Wolves wrestling team had an off week this past week, with no tournaments to travel to. Assistant Coach Jack Carney said that they took a purposeful week off to recuperate from the ACS...

 

Jessica Whitaker, coach of the Lady Wolves, to retire

Jessica Whitaker started playing volleyball in the sixth grade. She fell out of the sport after graduating from Wrangell High School in 2003, she attended college in Colorado, but came back to...

 

Trident Seafoods takes first place at 26th annual Alaska Symphony of Seafood and Seattle People's Choice award with pollock surimi protein noodles

Protein Noodles by Trident Seafoods took top honors at the 26th annual Alaska Symphony of Seafood, winning first place in the retail category and the Seattle People’s Choice award. The winners were announced last week at Pacific Marine Expo. The...

 

Volleyball team rides in style

Wrangell's Lady Wolves rode in style the morning of Nov. 27. The Wrangell Fire Department gave them a ride through town to the airport, where they left for Anchorage for the state tournament this...

 

Assembly votes to remove invocation, proposes alternative

A little over a month ago, the Alaska Supreme Court made a ruling that found a part of the municipal code of the Borough of Kenai Peninsula to be unconstitutional. The code required an invocation be given before an assembly meeting could take place....

 

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