Spring is here, and the health fair is coming to Wrangell. Coordinator Cathy Gross said visitors can expect this year’s event to be larger than ever before. Vendors are coming from all around the northwest to share their information and goods at the fair.
Do you have a favorite poem you'd like to share? Do you write poetry? April is National Poetry Month. Stikine River Radio is joining in the celebration! KSTK wants YOU to record a reading. Then, we'll broadcast it during the month of April!
Harriet Schirmer is giving an old practice new life. She’s teaching people about ethical wills, which leave ideas rather than objects to loved ones when a person passes away. She will be running a workshop on ethical wills Sunday, March 17th from 2-5pm at the Presbyterian Church in Wrangell.
This year, the Alaska Public Radio Network is bringing you live daily updates from the Iditarod trail. This is the update from Day 12 of the race as this year's Iditarod comes to an end.
The Wrangell Chautauqua series continues Thursday, March 14, 2013, with a presentation by Brian Maupin. Brian Maupin is an invasive species specialist with the Alaska Association of Conservation Districts.
KSTK has one open board seat. Those interested in serving the remaining terms should submit a letter of interest to KSTK General Manager Mike Symons by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to P.O. Box 1141, Wrangell, AK 99929. Candidates … more
This year, the Alaska Public Radio Network is bringing you live daily updates from the Iditarod trail. This is the update from Day 11 of the race as Mitch Seavey crosses under the burled arch into Nome.
The Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Borough Assembly meeting saw the approval of most items on the agenda, community support for Senate Bill 60, and a stalemate over a proposed energy committee. Mayor Jack said they will discuss the energy committee and SEAPA further in the next meeting.
Listen to the audio of the March 12, 2013 Borough Assembly meeting and read the agenda.
Hoonah is a big step closer to generating power from a nearby waterway. But the project developer still needs to clear one federal agency and change its rate structure to fully benefit the community.