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Vivian Prescott receives Rasmuson fellowship

Prescott describes her role as a “climate witness.” with the goal of producing poems on receding glaciers, dwindling salmon runs and even the lack of climate transparency from government agencies.

First time in queen booth history, Wrangell has only one candidate

Wrangell’s 4th of July celebrations all start with the queen booths. For the month of June, local high school students and recent grads volunteer to serve food and sell raffle tickets to fundraise for next year’s 4th. Plus they...

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Rec & Road Report

The Recreation and Road Report is brought to you by KSTK and the Wrangell Ranger District. Read and listen to the report for April 30 - May 7.

Wrangell’s Tlingit Phrase of the Week

Tlingit Phrase of the Week is a project launched to help with the survival and renewal of the Tlingit language in Wrangell. Each phrase speaks to Wrangell's seasons and the Tlingit way of life. In the month of April, when the length of grass is right, it will be seaweed picking time.

Job vacancies on rise after top staffers quit city hall

A sign outside the Human Resources Department reads “How can we help you today.” The department’s director put in his resignation last week (KCAW/Rose) Two senior staffers have left city hall in Sitka, one after just three...

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The City of Wrangell announces the Phase 1 Water Watch is now lifted. However, water conservation measures are encouraged. If dry weather occurs, it is very likely Wrangell will go back on Water Watch.

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