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 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    About Town    May 10, 2012

Annual School Stikine River Trip

Fourth grade students from Wrangell and Petersburg were treated to a trip on the Stikine River last Thursday. Jet boats from Alaska Waters, Summit Charters, Alaska Charters and Adventures and Alaska...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    April 19, 2012

City Council approves plans for the nearly $1.4 million Water Treatment Plant project

Petersburg City Council on Monday unanimously approved ASCR McGraw Constructors of Sitka, the bid of $1,395,800 for phase 3 of the Water Treatment Plant upgrade project. ASCR McGraw Constructors edged-out Dawson Construction, of Ketchikan, which...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    April 5, 2012

Petitions ask to recall WMC Board members

WRANGELL Eight recall petition applications to remove all but one member of the Wrangell Medical Center (WMC) Board of Directors have been filed with the City and Borough of Wrangell. WMC Board members included in the petitions are WMC Board Chair...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    March 8, 2012

Wrangell discusses power sharing with Petersburg

WRANGELL — During Wrangell’s cold snap in mid-January when temperatures dipped to zero degrees, residents were cranking up their heat. As a result of that jump in electrical power usage, the Tyee Hydroelectric Plant near Wrangell maxed out, forci...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    March 1, 2012

Petersburg and Wrangell residents asked about bio fuels

Last week, residents with a landline received an automated phone call asking them about their interest in bio fuels — an alternative form of energy that could be used to heat homes. The Feb. 23 phone survey was conducted by the Southeast Alaska...

 
 By Kaitlyn McAvoy    News    March 1, 2012

Biologist Lowell speaks on Etolin Island elk study

A lack of information about the elk on Etolin Island sparked a collaborative study between the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) last year. With the use of tracking collars, the study attempts to collect...

 
 
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