Sage Smiley, KSTK - Wrangell
Local officials want to get a group of new housing lots into the hands of residents who see Wrangell as a year-round home.
The finding is a significant step in a years-long effort by Southeast Tribal leaders to have a say in the permitting of Canadian mine projects.
The Alaska Department of Transportation says the state ferry route to Prince Rupert, B.C. isn’t going anywhere, after a false Facebook post.
The Court's Clean Water Act ruling has left communities like Wrangell wondering whether it will clear an easier path to development projects.
It’s not clear how the fire started. Crew member Steven Harrison said the working theory is that an ice machine in the bar area started the fire.
The bills are aimed at amending the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to include Haines, Ketchikan, Petersburg, Tenakee Springs and Wrangell.
If the reservoirs continue to deplete, the Southeast Alaska town could implement its water emergency plan as early as next week.
Ronan Rooney's Wrangell History Unlocked podcast revisits the Star of Bengal's 1908 sinking, which killed 111 of the 138 people aboard.
Almost seven months after a leak was discovered in Wrangell’s community pool, more than 200,000 gallons of water filled the repaired basin Thursday.
The Blessing of the Fleet is a tradition for many coastal communities as fishermen get ready for their summer season.
Wrangell Public Schools received Alaska's only federal grant last year for an electric school bus — but recipients have to prove they've junked old buses.
Rep. Mary Peltola says her position is based on widespread support from Southeast tribal governments and communities.
Harbor pilings are protected from corrosion with anodes. But Wrangell’s Heritage Harbor, updated in 2009, never had them installed.
The "Salmon-Thirty-Salmon II" made its ceremonial final flight north through Southeast Alaska on Tuesday, before the iconic jet's repainting.
Southeast Alaska lawmakers are joining requests seeking to stop British Columbia’s mining activities in transboundary watersheds.
The Wrangell Assembly approved a resolution urging the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service not to list Alexander Archipelago wolves as endangered.
Wrangell’s only downtown public restroom is a small brown building with just two toilets.
The Columbia will take over for the state ferry Matanuska, which will undergo repairs for damage found during maintenance.
"Raven and King Salmon," recently performed in Wrangell, tells of Raven’s trickery and gives some explanations for the markings and migratory patterns of regional birds.
Dusty Cowan was ordered to serve seven years in prison for sending photos of his genitals in 2018 to a then-14-year-old girl.