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Locals participate in Chamber's Asset Tour

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KSTK News-Wrangell Chamber of Commerce President Janell Privett gives the history of the Wrangell Institute site during the Economic Development Asset Tour.

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KSTK News-The Old Wrangell Mill site.

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KSTK News-George Woodbury of Woodbury Enterprise discusses the Old Wrangell Mill site during the&nbsp; Economic Development Asset Tour.

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KSTK News-Wrangell Economic Development Director Carol Rushmore (L) and Public Works Director Carl Johnson (R) answer questions during panel discussions at the Nolan Center.
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