Month: September 2009

Wrangellites Eager for Flu Shots

Locals eager for flu shots will have to wait at least another week for the vaccine for the regular seasonal flu and three weeks for H1N1 flu vaccine. KSTK's Tony Gorman reports.

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WMC Employees on the Assembly?

At this week's meeting, Wrangell Assembly discussed the possibility of allowing the Wrangell Medical Center employees to run for future Assembly seats. The issue was compared to other selection processes in the borough. KSTK's Tony Gorman reports.

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Wrangellites Are Encouraged to Recycle Through Local Program

The Lion's Club is making sure Wrangell is greener while raising money in the process. The organization's recycling program has been around for nearly a decade and raised money to support local programs. Dennis Strom has run the program for the Lion's Club since its inception. KSTK's Tony Gorman had a chance to talk with Strom about the program and how Wrangellites can get involved.

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Sun comes out for CAS Walkathon

Despite the rainy weekend, around 25 Wrangellites gathered at the Shoemaker rec site to participate in the first annual Walkathon for Children with Apraxia of Speech. The walk was organized by Holly Hammer and Victoria Martin to raise awareness of Childhood Apraxia of Speech, or CAS, as well as to raise funds. Carter Hammer, a five-year-old Wrangell child, has been diagnosed with CAS, which is a neurological disorder that affects motor speech skills. KSTK's Lisa Phu participated in the walk and files this audio postcard.

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