Month: April 2008

Wrangell residents visit Madagascar, Africa

This Tuesday, April 15, Reverend Janice Stamper and Elder Nettie Covalt from the First Presbyterian Church of Wrangell will be leaving for Madagascar. They will be taking part in a project that started three years ago by three Wrangell boys. KSTK's Lisa Phu brings us the story.

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Guardian Flight Air Care aims to help all

Guardian Flight, a medevec company which has been serving southeast for five years, has just started a new program called Guardian Flight Air Care. Under this program, an individual can pay a nominal fee for one year of assured ground and air ambulance transportation for the whole family. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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Wrangell council changes mind about Cascade Creek

Since their last meeting two weeks ago, the Wrangell city council has changed their tone regarding Cascade Creek LLC. Cascade Creek is a company trying to develop hydroelectric projects in three lakes near Thomas Bay north of Petersburg. These projects are jointly called the Thomas Bay Energy Development.
After hearing from Cascade Creek representative Duff Mitchell, who spoke during Tuesday night’s meeting, the city may be poised to sign a confidentiality agreement with the company after all. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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2008 SEREMS Symposium in Wrangell

An influx of people from all over southeast has begun to arrive in Wrangell for the Southeast Region EMS Symposium. It its over 20-year history, this is only the second time the symposium has taken place outside of Sitka. According to board president of Southeast Region EMS Council, Terry Buness, Wrangell is more than ready. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.

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