Monthly Archives: September 2012
Alaska Ship and Drydock will be hosting a job fair at the Ketchikan Shipyard Saturday, October 6.
The decision comes on the heels of a recent report released by D. Hittle and Associates, which was commissioned by Southeast Alaska Power Agency to investigate Thomas Bay Power Authority's structure and look for ways to possibly streamline operations and maintenance.
During Tuesday night’s board meeting, Doctor Greg Salard requested the city and hospital board members look over the hospital’s insurance policy regarding legal representation.
Listen to the audio from the September 25, 2012 Wrangell Borough Assembly Meeting and see the agenda.
The Wrangell Cooperative Association is teaming up with the Sealaska Heritage Institute to find out more information about the conflict and work on ways to commemorate the event.
The Wrangell Medical Center board plans to wait for a new hospital administrator before moving forward with talks to possibly reinstate Doctor Greg Salard’s hospital privileges.
An ongoing partnership between the Wrangell school district and Alaska Island Community Services is promoting student emotional and physical health with an emphasis on tobacco prevention.
The school board held its work session Tuesday night to discuss the district’s strategic plan, which will serve as a road map for how the schools assess and teach students as well as the district’s plans for professional development for teachers and the schools’ interactions with parents and the community as a whole.