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

August 22, 1918 The dance given last Thursday night at the Wrangell Hotel for the young men who were going to enlist was a very pleasant affair. The spacious sample room had been converted into a ball room for the evening and had been tastefully...

 

The Way We Were

August 15, 1918 To the Mayor, Wrangell. Government will hold a national rifle match at Camp Perry, Ohio, September 16 to 21. Alaska may send a civilian team of 16 members, ages 16 to 45. Team must report to Camp Perry September 1, government to pay...

 

The way we were

August 8, 1918 Capt. A.B. Conover and James Wilson are in town this week from Glenora. They brought with them a nice collection of furs. Capt. Conover also brought with him the skin of the glacier bear killed by Arthur Bannon of Portsmouth, Ohio, two...

 

Wrangell Public Schools registration

Registration for Evergreen Elementary, Stikine Middle School and Wrangell High School will be held Thurs., Aug. 16, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm and 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm. at Wrangell High School Gym/Commons. New students will need to come in to complete a paper... Full story

 

The Way We Were

August 1, 1918 When Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Case gave a dance at the Rink a few weeks ago for a smoke fund for the Wrangell boys who are serving their country, they realized from the evening’s entertainment the sum of $69. Mr. Case has presented the Sen...

 

If a tree falls in the forest...

Late last week, a tree collapsed along the Mt. Dewey hiking trail. The public was first made aware about the tree via Facebook by Wrangell resident Karl Torgramsen. According to him, the tree fell...

 

The way we were

August 1, 1918 Surgeon General G. Sterling Ryerson, founder and past president of the Canadian Red Cross, will leave Seattle August 2, on the Spokane, and upon arrival in Wrangell, will be at the disposal of the local Red Cross Chapter while the...

 

The Way we Were

August 1, 1918 The Sentinel will soon display a service flag. Weston Dalgity who has been connected with this office almost constantly since it came into the possession of its present owner goes south this week to enlist. Following the custom which i...

 

The Way We Were In the Sentinel

July 11, 1918 It was a safe and sane Fourth - and a dry one. Everyone had a good time. Money was not scarce: Witness the generous prizes and elaborate decorations. If a few sighed for the days that used to be, the vast majority appreciated the good...

 

Varela joins Pilot and Sentinel newsroom

Brian J. Varela, 27, joined the Pilot and the Sentinel staff last week arriving from Oxnard, Calif. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Religious Studies from California State University,...

 

4th of July Results

2017 Royalty Ticket Sales: 102,382 King: Robbie Marshall 62,792 Prince: Draven Golding 25,960 Princess: Kaydee Howell 13,630 The Royalty Ticket Pull Winners 1st, $4,000: John Fernen 2nd, $3,000: Randy Fordyce 3rd, $2,000: Tammi Meissner 4th, $1,000:...

 

A splash of color

Volunteer Scott Glaze sends forth a shower of colored powder along the route of this year's Color Run, a 5K fundraiser benefitting Wrangell Medical Center's long-term care unit. Held on Saturday at...

 

The Way We Were

July 8, 1918 D.Y. Yelf who has been Canadian Customs Collector at the Boundary for the past two months was a southbound passenger on the Spokane Monday. Mr. Yelf was succeeded by C. A. Tervo, who will be remembered by Wrangell people as having held... Full story

 

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