Listen to the audio and read the agenda of the February 25, 2014 Borough Assembly Meeting.
The Salty Dog yacht rally is coming to Alaska this summer. Wrangell is the official end point of the rally and will be the hub of boats and merriment for four days in June.
Anyone interested in visiting the Anan Bear Observatory this summer can now enter the lottery system for passes through February 28th.
Paddlers from around Wrangell are getting together for food, stories, and information about traveling the waterways of Alaska.
Peggy's Corner of the House is a weekly legislative session update from Wrangell Republican Representative Peggy Wilson, who represents House District 33.
This week on Wolf Watch, we'll hear from Coach Ray Stokes about the Wolves' games against Craig. We'll also hear about how they are preparing for the last home games of the season, against Metlakatla.
This week on Wolf Watch, we'll hear from Lady Wolves' varsity player Erica Smith.
Last weekend, in the middle of the night, 100 red dots mysteriously appeared on benches, signposts and trees around Wrangell and Petersburg. Some find them surprising, others find them disturbing. But there’s one thing that’s for sure—they’ve been noticed.
The assembly voted unanimously to approve the Southeast Alaska Power Agency’s use of 66 City and Borough power poles at no cost.
Path to Prosperity is a competition for Southeast Alaska entrepreneurs that targets sustainable small businesses in the region. Two winners were announced Juneau’s Innovation summit in January. One business has its roots in Wrangell.