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.
A popular Forest Service cabin near Wrangell is closed for at least two weeks because of vandalism.
In response to budget cuts at the state level, the Wrangell Public School District left the National School Lunch Program earlier this year and replaced it with a cheaper, simpler “supplemental” food program.
Wrangell residents will have the opportunity next month to participate in the country’s longest-running citizen science bird project.
The Alaska Marine Highway System wants more input into in its long-term planning. It's announced what it’s calling community engagement meetings in six port cities over the next month.
The U.S. Forest Service recently announced it is changing its proposal for a timber sale on Wrangell Island. The Forest Service is proposing a harvest of about 5,300 acres for 73 million board feet of mostly old growth timber.
A missing Wrangell boater was found dead Wednesday afternoon, according to a dispatch from the Alaska State Troopers.
The Wrangell Public School Board announced Monday it is taking steps to respond to the concerns of teachers and parents regarding communication issues. The school board is starting a monthly “coffee with the school board” event.