The Salty Dog Rally was expected to bring 40 yachts and a lot of business to Wrangell this week. The rally was canceled after the Wrangell Chamber of Commerce and local businesses put time, effort and money into planning for the influx of tourists.
The Old Willow Town Dancers, with students in the community’s Johnson-O'Malley Program, performed at Celebration 2014 in Juneau.
Paddlers arrive in Juneau for Celebration 2014 on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. (Katarina Sostaric/KSTK)
Canoes landed on a crowded beach in Juneau Wednesday to kick off the Southeast Alaska Native festival known as Celebration 2014. Alicia Chilton and Ken Hoyt … more
Wrangell officials have agreed to take over the Meyers Chuck dock. The state will provide funds for a replacement.
Wrangell’s newest Borough Assembly member is a relatively recent arrival. Mark Mitchell calls himself a semi-retired Colorado rancher.
Borough Manager Jeff Jabusch says electric rates will go up 5 percent across the board next month. Water, sewer and garbage fees will increase between 4 and 6 percent.
More than half of Southeast Alaska’s school districts have hired new superintendents this year. Why are so many leaving and what impact will that have?
All Southeast legislative incumbents face challengers this year. A dozen people put their names in the hat by Monday’s filing deadline.
The U.S. Forest Service is moving closer to selling old-growth timber stands on roaded areas of Wrangell Island.
Wrangell’s new boat lift hauled its first vessel out of the water over the weekend.