Monthly Archives: September 2011

Borough Assembly meets with hospital architect

Planning continues on the new hospital replacement project, and for the first time Saturday, September 10th members of the City and Borough Assembly met with the hospital architect to discuss the project and get an update on its status. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren was at the meeting and has this report.

Clinic offers low cost flu shots

The Alaska state government stopped providing adult flu vaccinations at the end of last year, and since then local health and community organizations have been working together to create a plan on how to supply low cost flu shots to the community. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on where to get a flu shot this year.

National School Lunch Program proves a success in Wrangell

The Wrangell School District’s National School Lunch Program is on its third year and school officials say they have noticed major improvements in the students. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on the program and what’s new this year in the kitchen.

Local couple heads to Uganda to adopt

After nearly 2-years of researching, background checks, saving, and planning a local Wrangell doctor and his wife have recently left for Uganda to adopt two little girls. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren caught up with the couple before their flight to find out more about their adoption process and some things they plan to do while in Uganda.

Candidates are in for the 2011 Regular Election

October elections are right around the corner, and Wrangell city officials are urging the public to get involved and ready to vote. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on who's running and when the voting will begin.