Month: April 2008

City of Wrangell employees join union

Earlier this month, the Wrangell city council approved a collective bargaining agreement between the city of Wrangell and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, or IBEW. This means that over 20 city workers are now part of a union.

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Many help Wrangell dedicate new harbor

The dedication of Wrangell's Heritage Harbor took place on April 25. A crowd of about fifty people were present including members of city staff and city officials. Representatives from the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Transportation were on hand to give speeches, as were representative Peggy Wilson, senator Bert Stedman, and former governor Frank Murkowski. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Current school board runs for borough school board

The state is holding a mail-in ballot election to decide if Wrangell should or should not become a borough. Voters also get to elect officials to the mayor seat, assembly, school board, port commission, and hospital board. All this week, KSTK is running interviews of each elected board and office. Today we’ll hear interviews with candidates for borough school board.

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Wrangell mayor Tom Sims resigns

During Tuesday night's regular city council meeting, Tom Sims resigned as mayor after accusing certain council members of back door politics. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Five run for borough assembly

The state is holding a mail-in ballot election to decide if Wrangell should or should not become a borough. Voters also get to elect officials to the mayor seat, assembly, school board, port commission, and hospital board. All this week, KSTK is running interviews of each elected board and office. Today we’ll hear interviews with candidates for borough assembly.

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