New Owners Come With New Vision For Former Pulp Mill

A waterfront commercial property in Ketchikan has new owners with a new vision for the site. A local company purchased the borough owned property that was an old pulp mill at Ward Cove for 2.1 million dollars.  Ward Cove Industries is hoping the site will become a new hub for Southern Southeast Alaska’s maritime, mining and fishing industries.

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Deanna Garrison is a reporter at KRBD in Ketchikan.

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