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By Caroleine James
Wrangell Sentinel 

2022 in review: The stories that captivated Wrangell

 

January 11, 2023

Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Wrangell High School's art program won $15,000 for its entry into the Vans Custom Culture art constest in May of 2022.

From impressive athletic successes and community celebrations to business closures and painful losses, Wrangell's 2022 was full of engaging stories, both triumphant and tragic.

Last January was a month of new beginnings. Issabella and Tawney Crowley welcomed Wrangell's first baby of the year, Ryleigh Rowan Crowley, into the world on Jan. 4 at the Ketchikan Medical Center.

The Decker family established a memorial scholarship fund to honor Sig and Helen Decker, two former Wrangell residents who died in a car crash in Petersburg July 2020.

However, January was also a month of endings. The SEA...



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