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Thank you to everyone who attended our Chili Cook-Off on Saturday and made this fun event a success! A special thank you also goes out to the local businesses and artists who donated items to this year’s fundraising auction.
KSTK would not be possible without our generous supporters! more
Do you have an interest in programming on KSTK? There is a place for you at KSTK on the Community Advisory Board, or C.A.B. The C.A.B. is a group of local residents who reach out to find out what KSTK’s audience is looking for in their local radio station. Contact Renee for more information at 874-2345. more
The Wrangell Cooperative Association has seen a lot of change in its board and officers this week. Christie Jamieson is the new president of the Wrangell Cooperative Association or WCA board. more
Crews closed down the section of St. Michaels Street between Church Street and Main Street Wednesday in response to a broken water main. more
Community members are invited to take part in an opportunity to provide feedback to Southeast Legislators with an online, completely anonymous, survey. Your feedback will provide important information on your satisfaction with legislative services. To take the 5 to 10 minute survey, or for more information, click “more” here.
Governor Sean Parnell visited Wrangell and Petersburg on Monday. While in Wrangell, he met with the mayor, city manager, and school officials, among others. more
Governor Sean Parnell visited Wrangell and Petersburg on Monday, March 3. While in Wrangell, he met with the mayor, city manager, and school officials, among others. more
More than 50 fancy ladies packed the Wrangell Elks Lodge Saturday evening for the annual Ladies’ Night dinner. KSTK’s Shady Grove Oliver crashed the party and sent back this audio postcard. more
A measure setting up an Alaska Transportation Infrastructure Fund has gotten some traction in the House. But two companion bills are not seeing the same attention. more