Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wrangell officials respond to FERC decision

Wrangell's Assembly holds a budget hearing at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall. (File Photo)The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission denied a permit request last month from the private company that wants to develop the controversial hydro-electric plant on Swan Lake near Petersburg.

10-9-12 Borough Assembly Meeting

Listen to the audio from the October 9, 2012 Wrangell Borough Assembly Meeting and see the agenda.

Human skull found near Wrangell

Vena Stough was out moose hunting and trout fishing with her parents and boyfriend over the weekend off Government Slough when she spotted something.

Live candidate forums on KSTK

KSTK will air live forums for State Senate and House races.

Kids gather at the library’s first ‘Storytime’ of the season

The kids listen as Sarah Merritt reads a story to them during the library's "Storytime".Kids hear stories based on a theme, participate in a crafts project and go home with a snack in hand.

McConachie is Wrangell’s new mayor

Wrangell's Canvass Board is counting absentee ballots for the final count in the borough's election.The final tally for Wrangell’s mayoral race had Don McConachie with 303 votes and Dave Jack with 301.

Final results for Wrangell’s election

The City and Borough of Wrangell has released the official results for the Oct. 2 regular election.

Final vote tally could still affect Wrangell election

There's only a five-vote difference between candidates in Wrangell's mayoral race.

Unofficial results for Wrangell’s election

The unofficial results are in for the Oct. 2 regular municipal election.

KSTK donates audio to Sealaska Heritage Institute

Archivist and Collections Manager Zach Jones is looking through KSTK's reels. Photo courtesy of Sealaska Heritage Institute.The Sealaska Heritage Institute now has a couple hundred radio recordings from Wrangell dating from the 1960s to 1990s.