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Wrangell Borough starts cost review of new wastewater permit requirements

WRANGELL — The borough is about to begin the five-year, state-mandated process of updating its wastewater treatment plant. Borough officials are...

 

UAS program prepares students for jobs in fishing industry

Everything you could possibly want to know about fish, from their biological characteristics to the...

 

Wrangell man sentenced to seven years for online enticement of a minor

WRANGELL — Dusty Cowan, 41, of Wrangell, was sentenced to seven years in prison last week for online enticement of a minor and distribution of indec...

 

Students learn to cook under pressure - and enjoy it

WRANGELL ­­– From deadly toxins to dangerous explosions, the risks of pressure canning make...

 

Point Baker resident survives 24 hours on rock after boating accident Arne Dahl missing and presumed dead

After a boating accident near Point Baker last week, former Wrangell resident Kelsey Leak spent 24...

 

Local vessel operators willing to contract with borough for shuttle service

WRANGELL – Wrangell vessel owners who already shuttle passengers and freight around southern Southeast said they would be willing to contract with...

 

One safe and one missing after boat accident near Point Baker

Former Wrangell residents Kelsey Leak and Arne Dahl were involved in a boating accident late Sunday afternoon. By mid- afternoon Monday, Leak had...

 

After Ketchikan fire, Wrangell port commission considers insurance mandate for boat owners

After a recent fire put the Ketchikan harbor department at risk of a lawsuit for not requiring boat owners to carry insurance, the Wrangell Port and...

 

EPA tells Wrangell it needs to disinfect its sewage discharge

WRANGELL — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that its updated permit for the Wrangell wastewater treatment plant will contain...

 

Forest insect outbreak likely to abate in coming years, says state entomologist

Since 2018, an ongoing insect outbreak has been killing the foliage of hemlock and Stika spruce in...

 

Wrangell Public Works urges residents and restaurants to dispose of grease properly

WRANGELL — It is tempting to imagine that toilets, shower drains and kitchen sinks are domesticated black holes, transporting our waste to some...

 

Sharing Our Knowledge conference opens next week in Wrangell

WRANGELL – Beginning Sept. 7, the annual Sharing Our Knowledge conference of Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian tribes and clans will be held in Wrangell...

 

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