Wrangell is ideal because there are people with spotty service, but it’s not such a remote community that the Tribe would struggle to get people and equipment to town.
Waterbody, a Wrangell-based skin care company that sells products like facial and body oils, soaps, salves and bath soaks won first prize in the Beyond the Plate category of the Symphony of Seafood product competition last month.
The first outages happened on Wrangell Island around 12:30 Tuesday.
For many, the winter holidays are a time of togetherness. But they can also be a stark reminder of loss.
A government boarding school for Native children in Wrangell was one of the first of its kind in Alaska. Now, there are plans to redevelop the site of the former Bureau of Indian Affairs facility that was open for 43 years.
Federal bycatch data shows trawl fisheries in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska this year have caught tens of thousands of chinook salmon, millions of pounds of halibut and hundreds of thousands of crabs.
The tree’s placement at the governor’s mansion coincides with the Christmas season, but it’s meant to represent more than just one winter holiday.
Over the last two years, Wrangell Mariners’ Memorial has leapt from the pages of theoretical design onto a quiet plot of land at the mouth of Heritage Harbor.
While it started as a subscription model, the library quickly became one of the few free public libraries in Alaska.
Fish & Game reports that the statewide salmon harvest — both by numbers of fish and by weight — was the third-highest on record.