Due to the efforts of a local group called Wrangell Youth Enrichment Alliance, more opportunities will become available to Wrangell's kids and students. One of these opportunities is a two-day dance clinic. This weekend, Steppin' Out Dance Studio from Petersburg will be in Wrangell offering classes to kids and students, kindergarten to high school, as well as classes for adults. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.Read More
Month: September 2009
Wrangell's Evergreen Elementary School could see improvements made to its 27 year old playground if voters approve a bond issue October 6.
The aging facility has provoked the safety concerns of parents, teachers administrators alike. As Tony Gorman reports, the fix will require voters to approve a small increase in the local property tax rate.
Squashes, tomatoes, and carrots were just some of the vegetables on display at the First Annual Wrangell Harvest Fair. The fundraiser was an effort by the Wrangell Community Garden Project to raise money for a future community garden. KSTK's Tony Gorman has more.Read More
Wrangell residents are invited to celebrate the harvest season by attending the first annual Harvest Fair this Saturday at the hospital lobby. The event, organized by the Community Garden Project, will feature activities for kids, a stew and soup cook-off, a farmers market, compost education, a traditional foods booth, and much more. KSTK's Lisa Phu gives us the information.Read More
This week, members of the Wrangell Assembly and the Wrangell School District over the future of funds from the Secure Rural Schools Act. The purpose of the legislation is provide funding for schools in areas that are hurting from a declining timber industry. KSTK's Tony Gorman reports.Read More