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The Way We Were

February 13, 1919 All of America is expected to be singing during the week beginning Sunday, February 16, and ending Saturday, February 22. The movement is endorsed by United States Commissioner of Education Claxton; leading state, city, and county...

 

School board recognition month

The month of February has been declared "School Board Recognition Month" by the Association of Alaska School Boards. According to a press release, the Wrangell Public School District is joining with...

 

Wedding announcement

Randy Oliver and Toni Marie Guggenbickler were married on December 13, 2018 in Waimanalo, Hawaii.  Toni Marie is the daughter of Tony and Sue Ann Guggenbickler of Wrangell, Alaska.  Randy is the...

 

Author makes an online visit to Evergreen Elementary

Canadian writer and cartoonist Kevin Sylvester made an online appearance at Evergreen Elementary last Monday afternoon, on Feb. 11. He is the author of several books, including "MiNRS" and "The Neil...

 

Snow warning

Several towns came under a winter storm warning late last week. Towns like Wrangell, Petersburg, and Kake were told, in a report by the National Weather Service, to expect between five and eight...

 

The Way We Were

February 6, 1919 We are enjoying a very mild winter, and up to the present have not had any weather below zero. The snowfall has been light; only a depth of eight inches along the river in this vicinity. Also, very little ice is on the Stikine. The...

 

Chamber of Commerce holds luncheon

The Wrangell Chamber of Commerce held a luncheon at the Stikine Inn to introduce the chamber to new people, network with current members, and discuss future events. Several local organizations were...

 

The Way We Were

January 30, 1919 Captain Johnson, M. P. Olson and Verne Clark left Wrangell on October 29 on the gas boat Myrtle H. and since that time they have been at the mercy of the sea. Olson remained in charge of the boat, which is on the beach at Egg...

 

The Way We Were

January 30, 1919 In a letter from The National Red Cross to Wrangell Chapter: “Dear Madam, It is a pleasure to acknowledge the contribution of $1,344.69. The amount will endow two beds for a year in the American Hospital No. 1 at Neuilly, and we...

 

School News

Kayla Hay has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall of 2018 semester at Montana State University located in Bozeman, Montana....

 

Behavioral health trip

Four students from Wrangell High School will be heading to Juneau Jan. 27 to Feb. 1 to learn more about behavioral health and potential careers in the field. While in Juneau, they will be touring...

 

The Way We Were

January 23, 1919 The people of Wrangell enjoyed a treat Saturday evening when Richard Surratt’s motion pictures of the Stikine River and its wonderful scenery were shown at the Rex Theatre. The pictures are so real that if any one who knows the Sti...

 

Girl Scouts give to Little Free Library

Members of Girl Scout Troop 31 gathered together some gently used books this week and made a donation to Wrangell's Little Free Library. They also handcrafted some bookmarks to donate alongside the...

 

ANSEP trip

Kids from Stikine Middle School left for Anchorage on Jan. 11, to attend an ANSEP STEM camp. They're being chaperoned by teachers Winston Davies (top right) and Brian Ashton, and are scheduled to...

 

Hoop Shoot winners

The winners of the Elks' Hoop Shoot contest were recognized at halftime during the Lady Wolve's Friday night game against Craig High School. The contest let local kids between the ages of 8 to...

 

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

January 9, 1919 The Four Minute organization disbanded on December 24. W.H. Warren, who was the local Four Minute chairman, rendered a patriotic service in keeping before Wrangell audiences the excellent messages of the Government committee on...

 

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

January 2, 1919 All requests for discharge of soldiers now in the service must originate with the soldier himself and not with outside parties, according to information sent to the local Draft Board. Outsiders making requests for the discharge of sol...

 

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