FROM THE PUBLISHER: Sentinel cuts prices for ads in visitors guide


February 11, 2021

It is going to be another rough year for Southeast Alaska communities. The closure of Canadian waters to cruise ships on their way to and from Alaska is going to mean a lot fewer visitors to towns up and down the Panhandle. Wrangell is among them.

But some visitors will still come to Wrangell this summer, whether by smaller cruise ship, air travel or the state ferries. And the Sentinel wants to do everything it can to make that number as large as possible, promoting the community as a destination for independent travelers.

While Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway are much more heavily dependent...

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