Author Archives: Katarina Sostaric, KSTK News
Wrangell officials are worried state budget cuts will impact the Community Revenue Sharing Program that makes up a large portion of the borough’s income. Wrangell gets about $600,000 each year to help provide basic services including maintenance of public buildings and snow removal.
The University of Alaska Southeast is teaching a 100 Ton Master License class in Wrangell next week. Wrangell residents typically have to travel to other communities to take these courses.
Wrangell's Borough Assembly met for a regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 10 in the Assembly Chambers. Click "more" to listen to audio of that meeting.
A sure sign of spring in Wrangell is the annual health fair sponsored by Wrangell Medical Center. Kris Reed, WMC Development Coordinator and Health Fair Committee member, is working on getting everything in place for Wrangell’s 2015 Health Fair which is set to take place on Saturday, April 4th. KSTK’s Cindy Sweat had a chance to speak with Reed about the Health Fair and some big changes taking place this year.