Month: February 2008

Study says cut to electricity rate is possible

Based on the results of a recent study, residents of Wrangell may see a cut in electricity rates. These results were revealed Monday night during a city council workshop. KSTK's Lisa Phu attended this workshop and files this report.

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School board tables motion to fund baseball and softball

How high school baseball and softball will be funded after this season is one question that did not get answered during the last school board meeting. While student participation for these two sports is definite, enough money in the school budget is not. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Port workshop focuses on raising port yard rates

For an island community, barges are a lifeline. In order to have barges come in, a town needs to have a good barge facility. With Wrangell's barge ramp being over thirty years old, harbormaster Greg Meissner is concerned about the future. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Students add real voice to lobbying issues

Earlier this month, three Wrangell high school students accompanied by three adults went up to Juneau to lobby for Wrangell schools. To ensure that Wrangell's schools had a voice, these students had to exercise their own. KSTK's Lisa Phu talked to seniors Allie McMurren, Rebecca Armstrong, and junior Sam Comstock about their recent experience in Juneau.

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