Author Archives: Aaron Bolton, KSTK News
About 20 people gathered at Kiksadi Totem Park in Wrangell on Sunday to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline. The pipeline was set to cross under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota. The … more
A proposed Wrangell marijuana business is one step closer to opening its doors. The Planning and Zoning Commission approved a conditional use permit Thursday, requested by Happy Cannabis owner Kelsey Martinsen, for a retail store and grow operation.
All Wrangell … more
The Wrangell Port Commission contemplated longer leases in the marine service center Tuesday. Current lease options last five years. Commissioner Clay Hammer mentioned some lease holders asked for longer options to provide fiscal stability and incentivize lenders to loan money … more
City and Borough of Wrangell
Borough Assembly Meeting AGENDA
November 29, 2016 (rescheduled from Nov. 22, 2016)
7:00 p.m. Location: Assembly Chambers, City Hall
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE led by Assembly Member Mark Mitchell
b. … more
A Ketchikan judge will oversee settlement talks in a contract dispute between Wrangell and a union representing city workers.
Superior Court Judge William Carey was appointed to oversee settlement proceedings Tuesday between Wrangell’s International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union and … more
The Tom Sims invitational wrestling tournament was held in Wrangell Friday and Saturday. Six Wrangell boys made it to the championship rounds. Jonah Comstock, 98 pounds, Johnathan … more
The Wrangell Borough Assembly unanimously voted to sign onto a letter Friday asking Alaska’s congressional delegation to delay the Tongass Land Management Plan Amendment. The letter, written by Juneau attorney James Clark, asks that the amendment be delayed until the … more