Month: August 2011

Blessing ceremony held for totem poles on Chief Shakes Island

On Monday, August 29th members of the Wrangell Cooperative Association, master carvers, and Tlingit elders gathered at Chief Shakes Island to bless the totem poles before restoration work begins. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on the ceremony and what's next for the project.

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Tourist visits Wrangell to learn more about forefathers

Each year Wrangell is visited by tourists from all over the United States and around the world. Some come on planes, others by boat, but often with a common goal to see Southeast Alaska, its wilderness and its culture. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren recently met up with a tourist who came to Wrangell to learn a little more about her family history.

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Wrangell Harbor Department plans for security upgrades

Harbor projects are in full swing, and with work in motion, the Harbor Department has a few friendly reminders for the public. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren has more on the when projects are expected to be completed as well as some of the deadlines for Wrangell boat users.

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Local businesses look back at cruise season

As August draws to a close and cruise lines come to an end, its official Wrangell has made it through another summer tourist season. KSTK’s Charlotte Duren talked with local business owners about summer sales and what locals are saying about Wrangell’s future in tourism.

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