Monthly Archives: February 2013

Assembly covers SEAPA, ferries, Salard

City Hall - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK NewsThe Borough Assembly meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 covered the Alaska Class Ferry controversy, LED lights, and the Southeast Alaska Power Agency.

26-Feb-13 Borough Assembly Meeting

Listen to the audio of the January 22, 2013 Borough Assembly meeting and read the agenda.

Alaska’s oldest Catholic parish church gets a makeover

St. Rose of Lima - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK NewsWrangell’s St. Rose of Lima is the oldest Catholic Church in Alaska. It’s held its ground through storms, fires, and earthquakes. But the stress of more than a century of continuous use has taken its toll. So, the parish decided to give the old building a makeover.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 24 – Mar. 02

Representative Peggy WilsonWeek 6 of Peggy’s Corner of the House from Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 17 – 23

Representative Peggy WilsonWeek 5 of Peggy’s Corner of the House from Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 10 – 16

Representative Peggy WilsonWeek 4 of Peggy’s Corner of the House from Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 03 – 09

Representative Peggy WilsonWeek 3 of Peggy’s Corner of the House from Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson.

Update: Kookesh upgraded to fair condition

Albert Kookesh sits in hid Capitol office when we was a state senator.Former state Senator Albert Kookesh's condition has been upgraded from serious to fair.

Selle-Rea responds to settlement; WMC board on privacy

Email from Tim Rooney to WMC Board - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK NewsNoel Selle-Rea is the former CEO of Wrangell Medical Center. He was fired by the former WMC board that was recalled and replaced. There has been a legal dispute over a laptop and iPad that Rea allegedly took from the WMC after being fired.

Borough goes forward with marine hoist purchase

Marine Travelift in Wrangell's port - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK NewsThe Borough Assembly held a special meeting Friday, February 15, to discuss the purchase of a marine hoist. The City made the decision to procure the 300-ton hoist from Italian company ASCOM S.p.A. after a bidding period last fall.