Former Navy SEAL grew up in a village near Bethel, excelled at paintball
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It’s not everyday that a person from a tiny remote village in Alaska gets national attention. But that’s what’s happening to Matt Bissonnette, a former Navy Seal who has penned a book titled “No Easy Day”, about killing Osama Bin Laden.
Writing under the pseudonym Matt Owen, a lot of media says Bissonnette hails from Wrangell. But as KYUK’s Angela Denning-Barnes reports from Bethel, Bissonnette grew up in a small Western Alaska village, where residents remember him fondly.
Incumbent Barbara Conine is seeking another term on the Wrangell Medical Center Hospital Board. Marlene Messmer is also on the ballot for the one board seat. Conine sat down with KSTK’s Aaron Bolton to discuss … more
There are two candidates for two three-year terms on the Wrangell Borough Assembly in the Oct. 4 City and Borough of Wrangell regular election. Incumbent Julie Decker and write-in candidate Patty Gilbert are running unopposed for those two seats. KSTK’s Aaron Bolton spoke … more