Monthly Archives: May 2011

5K race promotes active and healthy girls

Wrangell’s 2011 “Girls on the Run” program came to an end last week but not without some sweat and hard work. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has the story… more

Wilderness Discoverer makes stop in Wrangell

On Wednesday (5/25) Wrangell was visited by what Inner Sea Discoveries is calling their inaugural “un-cruise.” The boat Wilderness Discoverer tied up at the city dock and invited the public to celebrate their first season of sailing in Alaska. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more… more

City presents 2011-2012 budget

Wrangell City and Borough met Tuesday (5/24) for a regular Borough Assembly meeting. Issues addressed included the upcoming budget and stricter animal control. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has the report… more

Master carvers plan tribal house renovation

A group of master carvers and members of the tribal office met this past weekend to go over the last few details before starting work on the Chief Shakes Island Project. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more… more

New AICS clinic construction creates local jobs

With design and permitting complete, and contracts signed construction on the new Alaska Island Community Services Clinic is expected to start soon and AICS anticipates the project will create quite a few local jobs. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more… more

Local biologist talks bear safety

As summer quickly approaches more and more people are planning trips and activities in the outdoors. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on how to be bear aware when you head out this spring and summer… more

WMC Board of Directors approves proposal to manage Cordova Medical Center

The Wrangell Medical Center’s Board of Directors met yesterday May 18th and approved to move forward with a proposal to manage the Cordova Community Medical Center. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more… more

High school seniors talk about life after graduation

Seniors at Wrangell High School are gearing up for graduation Friday, and many are thinking about life after high school. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren talked to some seniors about what’s next… more

Reading pays off for Evergreen Elementary School students

Kids at Evergreen Elementary School have been doing a lot of extra reading the past couple of months, all in preparation for the Hooligan Fair. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on why it pays to read… more

Wrangell School Board agrees to virtual high school program

With a push from grant funding, the Wrangell School District will soon be offering online high school courses to students statewide. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more… more