Month: March 2008

Distance learning at UAS reaches Wrangell

Last week two representatives from the University of Alaska Southeast were in Wrangell talking to high school students about post-secondary education. One of the features of UAS is the opportunity to take courses through distance learning. This is available for students in high school as well as for adults. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Wrangell travelift will go on one-month summer hiatus

In an effort to keep up with federal and state environmental standards, including the Clean Water Act, the city of Wrangell will be installing a wash down pad and treatment center as part of the city travelift. This will cause the boat haul-out facility to be closed for one month this summer, but harbor master Greg Meissner doesn't think that will stop the momentum of business. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Another ammonia leak at Wrangell Seafoods

Late Tuesday night around midnight, the fire department responded to a call reporting the smell of ammonia coming from Wrangell Seafoods. DEC has been notified and the leak is considered minor. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Wrangell council contemplates Tyee feasibility study

In light of a possible divestiture of the Four Dam Pool, which may result in a two dam pool between Tyee and Swan Lake, Wrangell city council member Ernie Christian made an interesting motion – to study the feasibility of Tyee being a stand-alone project. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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