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Wrangell's community cold storage gets more use

WRANGELL, ALASKA As Trident wraps up their first season in Wrangell, plans to transport their fish have shifted. Instead of its original plan of filling containers and barging them, Trident has now decided to employ the use of a 430-foot tramper that has recently been seen docked in front of their plant. This change has made the city-owned community cold storage more vital to Trident's operation. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.
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