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 By Dan Rudy    News    October 29, 2015

Econ. Dev. Commission concludes entitlement assessments

The Economic Development Commission concluded its part of the process for zoning entitlement lands acquired this year by the City and Borough of Wrangell. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources...

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    February 5, 2015

Tent City Days celebration begins tonight

Despite the unseasonably agreeable weather this winter, Wrangellites can still shake off some of the mid-season lassitude at the town's annual Tent City Days celebration. The festival harkens back to... Full story

 

Wrangell in 2014: Power transfers, playing host to the region events

Kicking things off with a new borough manager in Jeff Jabusch, 2014 for Wrangell was not only a period of changes, but also one of building and continued development. Pavement was poured at the... Full story

 
 By Erik LeDuc    News    September 25, 2014

Wrangell entrepreneur among P2P finalists

Innovations continue to flow from Wrangell as the Path to Prosperity (P2P), an annual competition for entrepreneurs, announced that James Edens and his concept for Edens Marine Resources will be... Full story

 
 By Dan Rudy    News    July 31, 2014

Zimovia Hwy chosen for headlight policy

Drivers on Zimovia Highway will see new signs this summer instructing them to keep their headlights on at all times, regardless of season or the time of day. The signs will be installed by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public...

 

Burgess is new borough finance director

The borough staff returned to normal levels Tuesday with the addition of Finance Director Lee Burgess. The position had been vacant since the borough assembly named former finance director and...

 

Students, teachers from Tatoosh School visit Wrangell

Students from the Tatoosh School, a Klawock and Portland, Ore., based educational outfit specializing in studying the “ecological and human dimensions of the landscape of Alaska’s Inside Passage,...

 
 By Shelly Pope    News    May 30, 2013

SEAPA CEO provided an overview and update on the organization

PETERSBURG — Southeast Alaska Power Agency CEO, Trey Acteson, provided a presentation during the Petersburg Borough Assembly meeting on Monday night outlining the services and mission of the SEAPA organization. Acteson stated that SEAPA’s...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    November 22, 2012

Clinic undergoes inspection, almost ready

The newly built Alaska Island Community Services clinic underwent its final inspection last week by a team of professionals from across the State of Alaska in preparation for the facility opening in...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    October 18, 2012

Crossings nears end of 2012 season

For a group of three Midwesterners, the wilds of Alaska are about to become home again for 41 days as part of the Alaska Island Community Services’ Alaska Crossings program. Rachel Feerick of...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    August 2, 2012

AICS clinic nears completion

After more than a year of site development and construction, a new clinic facility for Alaska Island Community Services is set to open in mid-September. The new clinic, located on Wood Street, will...

 

A love affair in life... and in the office

There is an old adage that workplace romances never work. But, what if you brought your romance into the workplace – and held mutual dreams and goals for your life and career? That is precisely what...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    July 5, 2012

Crossings running strong in 2012

In November 2011, the Alaska Island Community Services “Crossings” program went through a metamorphosis when it was forced to shed a group of nine full- and part-time core staff members....

 
 By Greg Knight    News    January 5, 2012

The way it was in 2011

January The Wrangell School Board found $128,451 in additional, unspent funding from a federal program. In passing their 2011 budget, the board also accepted an $8,300 grant for the Upward Bound...

 
 By Greg Knight    News    November 10, 2011

Crossings program at a crossroads after job cuts

The decade-old Alaska Island Community Services “Crossings” program may be searching for its soul in the coming months after a round of federal budget cuts cost a number of employees their jobs...

 

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