Month: May 2008

Ruth Lake is in the spotlight for more hydropower

The city council of Wrangell may be heading in a different direction than the Thomas Bay Power Authority, the entity which operates Tyee Lake for both Wrangell and Petersburg. The Wrangell council continues to lean towards signing a confidentiality and non-circumvention agreement with private company Cascade Creek. Meanwhile, the Thomas Bay Power Commission wants Petersburg and Wrangell to consider developing a hydropower project on their own.

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Summer reading kicks off for kids

Monday was the first day of the summer reading program at the Wrangell Public Library. The program lasts for eight weeks until July 26 and culminates in a pool pizza party. With hundreds of books to choose from and 140 prize drawings to enter, the summer reading program has proven again and again to be a fun way for kids to spend the season.

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Neighbors urge Wrangell not to sign Cascade Creek agreement

Representatives from both the city councils of Petersburg and Kake were in Wrangell on Wednesday night to attend the city council workshop on the possible four dam pool divestiture. The visiting representatives are concerned with Wrangell's potential involvement with Cascade Creek and Wrangell's direction on the divestiture.

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WHS may implement one-to-one program

The school board is holding a special meeting tonight to take action on an initiative that would provide students with laptops. This initiative would be established through a partnership with the Association of Alaska School Boards' Consortium for Digital Learning.

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