The James & Elsie Nolan Center celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday with treats, live music and free museum admission.
The Red, White & Blue Fair will give Wrangell artists their first chance to compete in a local fair, with categories that range from winemaking to woodworking. The Wrangell Chamber of Commerce organized the fair as a new part of the July Fourth festivities.
The Southeast Alaska Power Agency is moving forward with plans to take over the Tyee Lake hydroelectric facility. SEAPA board chairman Bob Sivertsen said the board Thursday resolved to terminate its contract with TBPA, leaving a year for negotiations.
Wrangell's Borough Assembly met for a regular meeting on Tuesday, June 24th in Assembly Chambers. Click "more" here to listen to the audio of that meeting.
The Wrangell borough assembly voted Tuesday night to raise electric rates 7 percent starting July 1. The assembly approved the increase in a 5-1 vote.
The Wrangell school board voted Monday night to turn the district’s food service program over to Nana Management Services, LLC. NMS will hire the Wrangell school district’s food service employees and manage several aspects of the school food program.
Passengers on Flight 65 headed to Petersburg and Juneau Saturday had a seven-hour delay at Wrangell Airport when the plane’s emergency slide deployed. The flight was supposed to leave Wrangell at 10:48 a.m., but passengers left Wrangell on a different plane at 6 p.m.
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James Stough has resigned as president of the Thomas Bay Power Commission and given up his seat on the Wrangell Borough Assembly. The resignation came after Stough missed two TBPC meetings earlier this month.
Medicare has extended a limit on physical therapy coverage to the Wrangell Medical Center. Starting in 2014, Medicare will cover physical therapy for Wrangell residents up to $1,920 each year.