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Outgoing Wrangell Medical Center CEO Marla Sanger resigned this summer after about three years of leading the community-owned hospital. In this interview, she reflects on how the hospital has changed since 2012.
A representative from the Alaska Department of Administration told a few dozen Wrangell residents Wednesday that budget cuts will not be enough to close the state’s $3 billion budget gap.
Wrangell Medical Center is in good financial shape after the community-owned hospital almost ran out of cash last year.
The Wrangell Public School Board held a work session on communication issues Monday night in response to the concerns of some teachers and parents.
A representative from the Alaska Department of Administration will be in Wrangell next week to give a presentation on the state’s fiscal future. Residents will have the opportunity to learn more about the state's budget deficit and talk to their legislator about revenue options.
The Wrangell Borough Assembly voted Tuesday to change the borough’s property tax due date for the second time this year. Starting in 2016, property taxes will be due by Oct. 15.
Wrangell's Borough Assembly held its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015 in the Assembly Chambers. Click "more" to listen to audio of that meeting.
The sentencing of a former Wrangell doctor convicted of distributing and receiving child pornography has been delayed because he has a new lawyer.
Thanks to our generous supporters, we are less than $1,100 away
from our Fall Membership Drive Goal! KSTK is made possible by our members, so please take two minutes to donate at 874-2345 or by clicking the Donate Fish. Thank you for making this public service possible for your whole community!