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Eagle

A bald eagle overlooks Totem Park from its perch on Monday....

 

A piece of history

St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Wrangell is the oldest Catholic parish in the state. The first church was built in 1879, according to the church's website, but was dismantled in 1898. A new...

 

School year 100 days old

The Wrangell School District celebrated its 100th day of classes this school year on Feb. 11. Evergreen Elementary student Cameron Young (left) works on an art project to celebrate the day, and...

 

No pictures, please!

A raven stops its scavenging in the City Market parking lot to make a loud point last Friday....

 

The Way We Were

Feb. 17, 1921 Another author has sprung up in our midst in the person of John L. Anderson, who is writing a real history, a dramatic combination of adventure, pleasure, courtship, love, horrors and tragedy, which will later be published and offered...

 

Eagle's Nest takes off again

The Eagle's Nest, a weekly youth program hosted by Wrangell Bible Baptist Church, restarted last Friday, after it had been on hiatus for months "since COVID rocked the world," said organizer Tim...

 

International floral display

Mya DeLong and Gary Buethe were busy preparing for Valentine's Day, cutting, arranging and wrapping 20 boxes of flowers that arrived at their shop Feb. 11. DeLong said flowers arrived at Groundswell...

 

Bundle Up!

Temperatures dropped and snow fell in Wrangell last week, so much so that even the trees were apparently cold. At least this tree along the Volunteer Park trail bundled up in a scarf on Feb....

 

The Way We Were

Feb. 10, 1921 The American Legion will give a dance in honor of Lincoln’s birthday on Saturday evening. It will be an all-evening dance, as there will be no show. Harry Coulter, Loyal Binkley, George Sylvester, Louis Paul and Leonard Campbell have...

 

The Way We Were

Feb. 4, 1921 Complimentary to the young ladies who gave the leap year party at New Year’s, a number of young men entertained last Saturday night at the home of Julius Mason. The young men had spared no effort to make the affair a great success and...

 

Homecoming King and Queen

Senior Thien Khuong and senior Robyn Booker were crowned homecoming king and queen for 2021 during halftime of the Wolves basketball home game last Saturday. COVID-19 precautions required the...

 

Winter doesn't look any better than this

Snow-covered trees framed the view of Chief Shakes Tribal House last Sunday....

 

The Way We Were

Jan. 27, 1921 Samuel Cunningham will erect a new home for his moving picture business as soon as the weather is sufficiently settled to permit building operations. The new building will occupy the Lemieux property between Sorset’s meat market and...

 

Frozen Muskeg

It looked like winter last weekend in Wrangell. The muskeg along the Volunteer Park trail was frozen and covered in white after snow fell last Saturday and Sunday morning....

 

Stay longer next time

The Kennicott on Jan. 8 was the first state ferry to call on Wrangell in more than two months, and after a brief early morning unloading and loading it sailed away for Ketchikan. "Wrangell had one fer...

 

The Way We Were

Jan. 13, 1921 Richard Suratt, who went to New York City some time ago to oversee the coloring of the films he had sent in from here, returned to Wrangell on the steamer Seattle on Friday. Mr. Suratt reports that the great Metropolis is very quiet at...

 

The best views in Anan

Juneau photographer Mark Kelley first visited Wrangell more than 40 years ago as a judge in the Sentinel's annual photo contest. Later, he discovered Anan Creek and its bears, and had been there 11...

 

The Way We Were

Jan. 5, 1921 Suratt to film scenes at Sitka To film the completion of the big naval wireless towers at Sitka and to make arrangements for filming an Alaska play dealing with what is known as the “Breaking of the Fur Trust,” Richard J. Suratt, of...

 

Hot dog lunch

The Wrangell Parks and Recreation Department, and other city employees, celebrated the holiday season with a free hot dog lunch to the community last Wednesday afternoon. Despite rainy weather,...

 

The Way We Were

January 6, 1921 The entertainment by the Sisters and Brothers society on New Year’s night was well attended, and proved to be a most enjoyable affair. Early in the evening there was a masked parade up Front street which was the beginning of the...

 

School News

Kayla Hay was named to the Dean’s List at Montana State University in Bozeman....

 

Misty Mountains

A snowy mountaintop peeking out from the clouds, taken on Dec. 27....

 

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