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 By Peter DAuria    News    September 22, 2016 

Private practices face challenges

When reached Wednesday afternoon at Family Medical Clinic in Delta Junction, Stacy Chappelle, who supervises the clinic’s office work and...

 
 By John Stang    News    September 22, 2016 

Six different visions proposed by Haines assembly hopefuls

Diana Lapham and Ryan Cook want to push ahead with Haines’ harbor improvements. Leonard Dubber thinks government is just too darn big. Heather...

 

Keirstead to close doors of local clinic

Chilkat Valley Medical Center will close its doors Nov. 1 after nine years of operation, marking the end of the last private medical practice in...

 
 By John Stang    News    September 15, 2016

Planning Commission dips toe into harbor issue

The bid deadline for the first phase of expanding the small boat harbor has been extended from Sept. 21 to Oct 19. Haines borough manager Bill Seward...

 

Water quality not a disclaimer for mines

Glacier Creek, the tributary facing the potential Palmer Mine, is fed from a glacier. The Chilkat River’s tributaries are surrounded and primarily...

 

Call for storytellers for River Talk

This call is open to anyone who ever lived here, passed through and has a local-type or related story, or just plain loves small-town Alaska and has...

 

Haines Animal Police Reports

Monday, Sept. 12 A bear caller reported a human walking down Beach Road. A moose caller reported a wolf in AP & T clothing tried to sell him a Cows,...

 

Duly Noted

The Mountain Mamas Gone Mad was the only Haines team to compete in the Klondike Road Relay last Saturday. The race had the largest turnout to date. Te...

 
 By John Stang    News    September 8, 2016

Candidates start to stake out positions on Haines issues

All six Haines assembly candidates are sick of debating helicopter skiing. Keeping basic infrastructure up to snuff iscc a big worry, along with the...

 

Duly Noted

First National Bank is looking for works of visual art and photography from a Haines artist. The bank has a long tradition of providing an exhibit...

 

Other newspapers are run by politicians

Who ruled that newspaper publishers can’t hold public office and continue to operate their newspapers? Lew Williams, Jr. was mayor of Petersburg...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    August 25, 2016

Race for borough assembly swells to 6 candidates

Three new candidates will vie for two open seats on the Haines Borough Assembly alongside incumbent Diana Lapham and challengers Judy Erekson and...

 

Editorial

As I recently filed to run for a seat on the Haines Borough Assembly, people have been asking me how I will run the newspaper and also run for...

 

Thanks for help with 25 Mile cleanup

The Chilkat Snowburners would like to thank all who helped with the cleanup at 25 mile on Sunday the 21st. We wish we could name each and every one...

 

Hot Shots grateful for help

We would like to thank the Chilkat Valley Community Foundation for the very generous donation they provided to the Haines Hot Shots youth shooting...

 

Museum thanks CVCF

The Sheldon Museum is extremely grateful to the Chilkat Valley Community Foundation for its support of our archives. This financial support has...

 

Duly Noted

An adorable Canadian visitor was in Haines earlier this month. Randy Miner discovered a ground squirrel under his welding shop garage at Fort Seward....

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    August 18, 2016

Senior Village finds $185K hole

The Haines Senior Village must raise an unexpected $185,000 in the next 10 years to pay off a second mortgage on the 20-year-old housing project due...

 

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