Wrangell Medical Center board members heard Wednesday that the hospital’s cash flow is slowing down. But Wrangell Medical Center is in far better financial shape than it was at this time last year.
On the beach at City Park, a large log with “Wrangell” carved into it has become a favorite spot for family photos. And the chainsaw carver who made that sign returned to Wrangell this week, and carved “Alaska” into a smaller log to go along with it.
Wrangell parents recently received their children’s test scores from a new state assessment called the Alaska Measures of Progress.
Wrangell’s Planning and Zoning Commission met Thursday and came close to finishing its initial review of 9,000 acres of entitlement lands.
A Catholic priest who served parishes in Wrangell and Petersburg died Sunday night, 10 days after suffering a heart attack.
The Tongass Advisory Committee ended a 16-month series of meetings Thursday, formally completing its effort to advise the Tongass National Forest in a transition from old to young growth logging.
A popular U.S. Forest Service cabin near Wrangell reopened Friday after damage due to vandalism forced its closure.
Wrangell Port Commissioners were pleased to receive a completed design for the Mariner’s Memorial Thursday after more than three years of work.
The Wrangell Borough Assembly is moving forward with evaluating options for marine industrial development at the former mill site six miles south of town.
British Columbia's Mount Polley Mine, which became a poster child for environmental disasters, will soon begin discharging wastewater.