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Britta Schroeder reading “The Day My Mom Went Crazy”

April is National Poetry Month. This is Britta Schroeder reading her own poem, “The Day My Mom Went Crazy.” more

National Poetry Month at KSTK

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Do you have a favorite poem you’d like to share? Do you write poetry? April is National Poetry Month. Stikine River Radio is joining in the celebration! KSTK wants YOU to record a reading. Then, we’ll broadcast it during the month of April! more

Chautauqua speaker on invasive plant species

Bohemian Knotweed - Photo courtesy of the Juneau Cooperative Weed Management Area and juneauinvasives.org

The Wrangell Chautauqua series continues Thursday, March 14, 2013, with a presentation by Brian Maupin. Brian Maupin is an invasive species specialist with the Alaska Association of Conservation Districts. more

KSTK Open Board Seat

KSTK has one open board seat. Those interested in serving the remaining terms should submit a letter of interest to KSTK General Manager Mike Symons by email at mike@kstk.org or mail it to P.O. Box 1141, Wrangell, AK 99929. Candidates … more

Day 5 – Halfway and unpredictable weather ahead

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This year, the Alaska Public Radio Network is bringing you live daily updates from the Iditarod trail. This is the update from Day 5 of the race as the teams reach the halfway point with unpredictable weather ahead. more

Days 1 & 2 – Teams head out from Willow

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This year, the Alaska Public Radio Network is bringing you live daily updates from the Iditarod trail. This is the first update from Days 1 & 2 of the race as the teams head out from Willow. more

Peggy’s Corner, Feb. 17 – 23

Representative Peggy Wilson

Week 5 of Peggy’s Corner of the House from Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson. more

Forest Service re-evaluates plan for Tongass

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Every five years the Forest Service must re-evaluate how it’s managing the national forests. The Tongass National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan was last updated in 2008. It’s under review again this year and the Forest Service is asking Southeast community members for their input. more

Ferry system gets new boss, management structure

A marine highway staffer watches as passengers with dogs reboard the ferry Matanuska before departing Wrangell. Photo by Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News

Juneau’s Reuben Yost is the new chief of the state ferry system. But he’ll spend only about half his time on that job. more

01-08-13 Borough Assembly Meeting

Listen to the audio from Jan. 8, 2013 Wrangell Borough Assembly Meeting and read the agenda. more