The two candidates running to represent Ketchikan, Wrangell and surrounding communities in the Alaska State House of Representatives were in Wrangell Thursday for a candidate forum. Republican Chere Klein and non-affiliated candidate Dan Ortiz took questions from voters on balancing the state budget, Medicaid expansion and the minimum wage.
David Jack was re-elected as borough mayor in the Oct. 7 regular election. Susan Eagle was re-elected to the school board in the other contested race.
Unofficial results show David Jack was re-elected for another two-year term as mayor, and Susan Eagle was re-elected for another term on the school board.
A Wrangell running group is trying to become a nonprofit organization so it can give more to local charities and help residents with their medical expenses. The group hopes official nonprofit status will provide more sources of funding and more services for the community.
There are two candidates for Wrangell Borough Mayor in the Oct. 7 City and Borough of Wrangell regular election. Kipha Valvoda is running against incumbent Mayor David Jack for a two-year term as mayor.
There are two candidates for Wrangell Borough Mayor in the Oct. 7 City and Borough of Wrangell regular election. Incumbent Mayor David Jack is running against Kipha Valvoda for another two-year term.
Incumbent school board president Susan Eagle is running against Aleisha Mollen for another three-year term on the board.
There is one open seat on the Wrangell Public School Board for the Oct. 7 City and Borough of Wrangell regular election. Aleisha Mollen is running against incumbent school board president Susan Eagle for a three-year term as school board member.
Walter Moorhead is running unopposed for a three-year term on the Port Commission in the Oct. 7 City and Borough of Wrangell regular election.
There are three Wrangell Borough Assembly seats on the ballot for the Oct. 7 regular election. Becky Rooney is running unopposed for a one-year term as an assembly member.