A bill that would create corporations for five “landless” Native communities in Southeast Alaska had its first hearing in the U.S. Senate Thursday.
The Wrangell-Petersburg area’s month-long moose hunt ended last week with an almost-record harvest. The harvest from the Stikine River is also the highest going back to 1990.
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?
The U.S. Forest Service is moving closer to selling old-growth timber stands on roaded areas of Wrangell Island.
A dock and float-plane site between Wrangell and Ketchikan could be on track to be rebuilt. The Meyers Chuck dock is on the Cleveland Peninsula off Clarence Strait.
Who should be allowed to contact Wrangell’s municipal attorney? That’s one of the questions before the borough assembly at its meeting this week.
Wrangell officials have OK’d updated plans for a Mariner's Memorial at the community's Heritage Harbor.
Southeast Alaska's longest-serving lawmaker is retiring. Peggy Wilson says she will not seek re-election to her Wrangell-based House district.
An Alaska Mental Health Trust investigator is headed to Wrangell to look into what some claim is improper logging on its land.