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By Dan Rudy 

New eateries reflect broader dining trends


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Jozlyn Privett welcomes customers to Wrangell Pit Stops at its opening in June. Run by her aunt, Jillian Privet, the food cart vends exotic sandwiches and frankfurters and is one of several new eateries serving the area.

As the local economy continues to redevelop, growth is being accompanied by new business opportunities. Over the past year and into the near future, several new eateries are or will give Wrangellites new options for eating out.

By now becoming a familiar sight at the curbsides of cities in the Lower 48, a food cart started by Jillian Privett in June is locally a first. What makes Wrangell Pit Stops unique is its "Alaskan-style grub" specialities like reindeer hot dogs with a variety of toppings and sandwiches made from game like elk and deer.

Running her own business is a first for Privett...

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