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Names given to faces on some stored totems

Names given to faces on some stored totems

Seven totem poles transferred this spring from city storage at the boatyard to Wrangell Cooperative Association's new cultural center have been identified. The Tribe contacted master carver Steve... Full story

Wrangell bids goodbye to the Class of 2016

As Wrangell High School prepared to send off 19 of its senior class last week, a number of awards and scholarships were distributed to students at a May 18 ceremony in the gym. "This is a phenomenal... Full story

Slimmer ferry schedule proposed for 2016-17

A draft for the Alaska Marine Highway System’s post-summer schedule was released last week. AMHS general manager Captain John Falvey Jr. reported the new schedule will be based on expected funding levels for the next fiscal year, which begins... Full story

Muskeg Meadows news

Bobs’ Golf Tournament was held on May 21 and 22 with 24 participants. May 21: 1st place: Chris Ellis, Wayne Ellis, Grover Mathis. Net score: 21, Team handicap: 17: 2nd place: Jane Bliss, Sue Nelson, Eric Kading. Net score: 23, Team handicap: 19:...

The Way We Were

In the Sentinel 75, 50 and 25 years ago. May 30, 1941: Effort will be made to have work start of Wrangell's airport this year, Gov. Ernest Gruening told a special committee from the Wrangell Chamber of Commerce, who called on the governor last...

Police reports

Monday, May 16 Citizen Assist: Removed porcupine quills from dog. Traffic Complaint: Excessive acceleration. Unsecured Premises. Found Property. Tuesday, May 17 Agency Assist/Line Crew. Suspicious Circumstance/Unsecured Premises. Agency Assist/Dog...

Courts

May 4 Shapleigh W. Howell, 82, appeared before First District Judicial Officer Leanna Nash on the violation charge of Groundfish Taken with Commercial Salmon Troll Gear Eastern Gulf Area – 1st Offense. The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge,...

 
 
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