Monthly Archives: February 2014

Assembly says “no” to energy committee, one-way street

City Hall - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK NewsThe assembly voted unanimously to approve the Southeast Alaska Power Agency’s use of 66 City and Borough power poles at no cost.

Raven Guitars brings sustainable business to Wrangell

Path-to-Prosperity-Raven-GuitarsPath 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.

Cruise season sets sail May 7

Regatta Passengers - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTKThis year’s cruise ship schedule is out and it’s set to be a busy season. The first cruise ship is set to arrive on Wednesday, May 7th.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 09 – 15

Representative Peggy Wilson - photo courtesy of http://house.legis.state.ak.us/rep.php?id=wlsPeggy's Corner of the House is a weekly legislative session update from Wrangell Republican Representative Peggy Wilson, who represents House District 33.

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 02 – 08

Representative Peggy Wilson - photo courtesy of http://house.legis.state.ak.us/rep.php?id=wlsPeggy's Corner of the House is a weekly legislative session update from Wrangell Republican Representative Peggy Wilson, who represents House District 33.

February 11, 2014 Borough Assembly Meeting

Listen to the audio and read the agenda of the February 11, 2014 Borough Assembly Meeting.

Assembly to discuss streets, SEAPA

The regular meeting of the borough assembly is Tuesday, February 11. Tune in for live coverage of the borough assembly meeting at starting at 7pm on KSTK. You can also stream it online at kstk.org.

WCA elections see two incumbants return

Nearly twice as many voters hit the polls this year than last for the Wrangell Cooperative Association board elections. The ballots see two incumbents reclaim their seats and two new board members.

Senior project brings students into community

What do tye-dye, radio, and making mini pizzas have in common? They’re all activities students have done as part of Erica Smith’s senior project. Smith says it’s an after school program to get kids engaged in the community.

Wrangell Museum hunts for feet

The only feet in the museum belong to Shady and museum director Megan Clark - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTKThe Wrangell Museum has a lot of stuff. It’s chock full of everything from artifacts to taxidermied animals. But there’s one unusual thing the museum doesn’t have. Feet.