John Martin and Clay Hammer are each running for a three-year term on the Port Commission in the Oct. 6 local election.
Beth Comstock and Pam McCloskey are running for the unexpired seat on the Wrangell Public School Board in the Oct. 6 local election.
Aleisha Mollen, Tammy Groshong and Rolland Howell are running for school board. Three candidates running for two seats make this school board election one of the few contested races in this year’s local elections.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation announced this week it will spend about $4 million to clean up a former Wrangell junkyard site with high levels of lead contamination.
The Wrangell Borough Assembly voted Tuesday to move forward with evaluating development options at the former Wrangell Institute property and the former mill site.
The City and Borough of Wrangell is looking to develop a residential subdivision on the Institute … more
There are two open seats on the Wrangell Medical Center Board of Directors for the Oct. 6 City and Borough of Wrangell regular elections. Woody Wilson and Maxlyn Wiederspohn are each running for a four-year term on the hospital board.
Wrangell Borough Assembly members voted unanimously to adopt a resolution asking Gov. Bill Walker to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the roadless rule and reverse it for the Tongass National Forest.
The Pit Stop opened in Wrangell this summer, and it is the first time in over a decade that the community has a food truck.
Wrangell officials contacted Shell Oil Company last week in hopes that the corporation might consider moving some of their Arctic vessel moorage operations to Wrangell.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is partnering with the Tlingit-Haida Central Council to gather baseline water quality data from three Southeast Alaska rivers that could be affected by British Columbia mine development.