Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Front Street sees opening of new businesses this spring


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Angie Flickinger and Mya DeLong stand astride a display in their new storefront. Called "Groundswell," the shop will cater to each partner's botanicals and floral businesses, while also displaying a gallery of art and other locally-produced items.

With the first cruise liner set to stop in Wrangell on April 25, returning visitors may notice a few changes along Front Street when stepping off the city dock.

Perhaps the first thing they will notice will be a facelift given to the dockside visitor shelter. Maintained by the Chamber of Commerce until its sale to the Stikine Inn last month, its new owners plan to add more rock and fresh materials to the multi-stall structure before the summer season gets underway. The renovation presages a three- to five-year expansion project the hotel is undertaking, which eventually will have the wooden...

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