By Mark C. Robinson
Wrangell Sentinel 

New wildlife trooper happy for return to small-town living


Mark C. Robinson / Wrangell Sentinel

Alisha Seward is the new state wildlife trooper assigned to Wrangell.

Alisha Seward is Wrangell's new state wildlife trooper - her fifth move in nine years.

Wrangell is one of the smaller posts among the 37 locations staffed by the Alaska wildlife troopers division and she is the only officer in town, with no corresponding state trooper.

"Right now, my goal is just to learn my patrol area, which is big and vast," she said. "I just spent the last couple days out on a boat patrol with Chadd (Yoder), who was just here, learning my area and all that encompasses it."

Coming from a brief posting in Juneau, she took over from Wildlife Trooper Chadd Yoder, who transferr...

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