Enbridge Inc. is proposing to build a pipeline that would transport oil sands crude 730 miles from Alberta, Canada to the coast of British Columbia. From there, the pipeline would fill supertankers headed primarily to China. The fastest route takes them straight through Alaskan waters. KSTK’s Anne Hillman found out more about how this proposed project could impact our state.
Proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline could impact Alaska
Three Wrangell artists took home awards in the Southeast Alaska State Fair this summer. Anny Newport, Charity Hommel and Terree Pino’s entries are now back in town and are hanging in Angerman’s front window downtown. Newport and Pino both had entries … more
The Wrangell Assembly passed a zoning ordinance last week that made way for marijuana businesses in Wrangell. Now, Wrangell’s only proposed pot business, Happy Cannabis, is initiating its applications with the state, beginning the final push for construction to be … more