Articles from the February 2, 2012 edition

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School board, assembly talk budget hopes

The Haines Borough Assembly and Haines Borough School Board held a joint meeting Tuesday night and together emphasized what was of no surprise to...

 

Slump continues slipping, shifting

Borough and state engineers this week finished installing sophisticated monitoring equipment near...

 

Survey: Visitors dislike cloudy weather but enjoy sunny disposition of locals

A Haines Borough cruise and fast ferry passenger survey showed tourists want more sunshine and even a Subway restaurant, but a vast majority were...

 

Students command attention at Chilkat Center

During a jam-packed weekend at the Haines School, Drama, Debate and Forensics competitors shifted...

 

Borough Digest

26 Mile repeater needs replacing Manager Mark Earnest informed the Haines Borough Assembly last week that a 26 Mile repeater was “down, and it...

 
 By Don Nash    News    February 2, 2012

Girls split home finale with Craig

Haines basketball fans enjoyed a solid week of games with the Wrangell boys here Monday and Tuesday,...

 
 By CVN Staff    News    February 2, 2012

Dolphins have strong showing at Winter Games

The Haines Dolphins swim team had 19 participants in the annual Winter Games last weekend at the...

 
 By CVN Staff    News    February 2, 2012

Klukwan, Haines clinics welcome new providers

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium’s Klukwan clinic moved from a health aide clinic to a mid-level clinic with last month’s arrival of...

 
 By CVN Staff    Blotter    February 2, 2012

Police Blotter

Monday, Jan. 30 A 911 caller reported a suspicious light at a residence. The light indicated the fuel tank was empty. A caller reported he had a warra...

 

Duly Noted

By CVN Staff Haines pioneer Helen Fenn passed away Jan. 24 at the Sitka Pioneer Home. She was 98. She was a charter member of the Haines Pioneer...

 

DDF team hosts successful meet

The DDF team is once again very grateful to the community of Haines for its continued support. We had a first rate regional tournament here this past...

 

GPS data should be public

For many years I administered special use hunting permits for the forest service in Montana. Hunting area and hunting activity of individual...

 

Neighbors help in care of dogs

This fall I rescued a dog who had been beaten. Unfortunately, soon after, one of my dogs sickened and died despite medication sent from Juneau....

 

Fishing fiend and friendly face Rod Keup loved living in Haines

Rod Keup’s family said that his death on Wednesday, Jan. 25, was a “huge shock.” Keup, 58, had...