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 Letters    January 28, 2016

Public should discuss Lookout Park

You reported that Lucy Harrell gave $5,000 to the Haines Borough for “moving Lookout Park.” I asked Lucy Harrell what her intentions were in...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    January 21, 2016

Assembly weighs ways to grow economy

The Haines Borough Assembly is returning to the idea of establishing a property tax waiver program to spur local economic development. The assembly...

 
 News    January 14, 2016

Chamber partners on town business project

The Haines Chamber of Commerce has secured an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer to help identify obstacles to local businesses and potential strategies for...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    January 14, 2016

Chamber voting in question

Should Haines Chamber of Commerce members that are nonprofit organizations get to participate in votes taken by the group? Under the organization’s...

 
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    January 14, 2016

Duly Noted

Alixanne Goodman and Shaun Cornish married Dec. 30 at a ceremony in Villa Polinesia, Mexico. Parents Greg and Carole Goodman of Haines attended,...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    December 10, 2015

Ryan among 7 manager hopefuls

Haines Borough public facilities director Brad Ryan is among seven candidates who submitted applications for the interim manager position by the Dec....

 
 Letters    December 10, 2015

Trust a local candidate for manager

We are reminded constantly this time of year to shop locally. The Haines Borough Assembly should do the same. We have two talented, local candidates...

 
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    December 10, 2015

Duly Noted

Former Haines resident Nori Nash is publishing her first historical romance novel, “How the Duke Was Won.” The novel will be released by...

 
 News    November 12, 2015

Chamber officials review past year

Expanding tourism by attracting large and small cruise ships could soften the blow to the community from reduced state spending resulting from...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    October 22, 2015

Borough will fight planned ferry cuts

Haines Borough officials are organizing a community response to a planned reduction in ferry service that tourism director Leslie Ross describes as...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    October 22, 2015

King's Store to close 5 months

By Tom Morphet King’s Store will close for five months starting Oct. 31, and a winter closure may become permanent, owner Bev Jones said this week....

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    October 22, 2015

Borough explores economic development options

The Haines Borough Assembly’s commerce committee on Wednesday endorsed exploring a shift that would put its economic development efforts under a...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    October 8, 2015

Borough officials pitch to cruise companies

Representatives from the Haines Borough and its tourism industry say they are confident their pitch of reduced docking fees influenced cruise line...

 
 News    October 8, 2015  
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    October 1, 2015

Duly Noted

Helen Tengs celebrated her 89th birthday this week. She spent Sunday having brunch with daughter Christy Tengs Fowler and niece Wendy Bergstrand....

 
 Letters    October 1, 2015

Off Broadway event wowed audience

On behalf of the Foundation for the Chilkat Center for the Arts, I would like to thank all the performers who made the Off Off Off Broadway show so...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    September 24, 2015

Chamber, borough discuss development job

The Haines Borough Assembly and Haines Chamber of Commerce are putting their heads together to discuss the municipality’s community and economic...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    September 17, 2015

Planners sign off on harbor expansion plan

The location of Lookout Park and the size of the parking lot again dominated committee and commission discussions of the Small Boat Harbor expansion...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    September 17, 2015

Minor offense ordinance on Tuesday's agenda

Members of a citizens group opposing a minor offense ordinance have developed a battery of arguments against its passage, including that it would...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    September 3, 2015

Interim police chief winning supporters

The Haines Borough Public Safety Commission met Wednesday to hear what the community wants of its next police chief, and apparently it’s interim...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    September 3, 2015

Planners to review harbor design

The Haines Borough Planning Commission has already received a handful of written comments regarding its discussion next week of the 95-percent design...

 
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    September 3, 2015

Duly Noted

Sue Libenson this week attended the State Department-sponsored Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    August 20, 2015

Sales of lots, houses on the rise, agents say

A tight year-round rental market and technological barriers preventing some would-be residents from moving here are two recent trends in the local...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    August 13, 2015

Only 2 assembly candidates; filing deadline Thursday

A familiar face and a familiar voice will vie for seats on the Haines Borough Assembly this October, but if no one else files for candidacy soon, it...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    August 13, 2015

Harbor expansion critics: Aesthetics study not enough

A Monday meeting of the Waterfront Aesthetics Committee once again veered toward more fundamental aspects of the Small Boat Harbor expansion project,...

 

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