Local News

ANS hosts first-ever Native Community Fair

WRANGELL

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0565.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-Willie Eyon at the Wrangell Cooperative Association table at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="328" height="246" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0568.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-Traditional Tlingit and Haida art and clothing on display at the Johnson O'Malley table at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0569.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News- Native dolls on the display at BB Brock's table at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0570.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-Hand-woven hats and other items by Clara Haley and her family on display at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0572.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-The Alaska Waters table at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0575.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-SEARHC Health Educator Vivian Mork teaches the Tligit Language to students at the Native Community Fair.

<img width="329" height="247" alt="" src="http://kstk.org/modules/local_news/uploads/Image/SAM_0585.JPG" />

Photo by KSTK News-Johnson O'Malley Dancers perform at the Native Community Fair.
© Copyright, Wrangell Radio Group

Recent News

Review of Red Chris Mine finds tailings dam concerns

red chris tailings
As Southeast Alaskans become more concerned about mine development in British Columbia, a copper and gold mine in the Stikine River watershed is expected to start full operations next month. But an independent review of its tailings facility found issues with the design. more

School board approves budget revision for tablets

school board
The Wrangell Public School Board approved budget revisions Monday that would provide tablet devices for all students in Kindergarten through eighth grade. more