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 By Karen Garcia    News    February 26, 2015 

Noise, cop studies get assembly's OK

The Haines Borough Assembly approved a major spending package Tuesday, including $41,300 to study helicopter noise, $22,000 to study the police...

 
 News    February 26, 2015 

State's safest town? Police tout rating

The Haines Borough Police Department this week touted a ranking of the municipality as the "safest t...

 
 Blotter    February 26, 2015 

Police Report

Monday, Feb. 23 A person asked police to conduct a welfare check on a person living near FAA Road. An officer found the person was fine. Several...

 
 Letters    February 19, 2015

Must be something in Haines water

I think there needs to be a study on Haines spring water because there is something toxic in it. What are people thinking? Spending $22,000 on a...

 
 Letters    February 19, 2015

School gym is still not open on Sundays

I see where the school has said they can’t open the gym on Sunday because historically it was not attended. See what I mean, it is so unbelievably...

 
 Letters    February 19, 2015

Hooray for singular gender identity

Sometimes stories on the front page of the newspaper don’t reflect the truly significant developments in a community. I wonder, for example, how man...

 
 Blotter    February 19, 2015

Police Report

Monday, Feb. 16 Two Fourth Avenue residents reported their vehicles had been rifled, but nothing had been taken. They wanted police to be aware....

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    February 12, 2015

Sosa seeks $22K to study town police

Haines Borough Manager David Sosa and Police Chief Bill Musser are asking the assembly to authorize a $22,000 review of the police department by an...

 
 Obituaries    February 12, 2015

Former millwright, cable manager dies

John Dennis McOmber, a former Haines millwright and cable television manager, died Jan. 12 following an apparent heart attack. He was 71. Son John Dou...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    February 12, 2015

Police schedule draws questions

Concerned with the recent spate of break-ins and thefts around town, residents are wondering: Where are the police? Haines Borough Manager David Sosa...

 
 Blotter    February 12, 2015

Court Report

Randolph T. Williams Jr., 41, was found guilty Jan. 14 of eight counts of possession of child pornography on Nov. 19, 2012. Williams downloaded the...

 
 Blotter    February 12, 2015

Police Report

Monday, Feb. 8 A motorist reported she pulled out in front of another vehicle on Main Street. She asked if the other driver called dispatch to report...

 
 Blotter    February 5, 2015

Police Report

Monday, Feb. 2 A caller reported someone had tampered with her vehicle while it was parked on Union Street. The vehicle’s key was broken off inside...

 
 News    February 5, 2015

Suspect photo released

Haines Borough Police last week released a surveillance camera photo taken during the January...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    January 29, 2015

Assemble: No to proposal to protect harbor workers

The Haines Borough Assembly Tuesday voted down a resolution that would have supported extra protections for the harbormaster and harbor employees....

 
 Blotter    January 29, 2015

Police Report

Monday, Jan. 26 A Soap Suds Alley resident reported her car had been rifled and items were moved, though nothing was missing. She didn’t want to...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    January 22, 2015

Break-ins at library and thrift store

The Haines Borough Public Library and Salvation Army both took a hit last week when someone broke into the buildings and stole several hundred...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    January 22, 2015

Dispatch still can't trace phone calls

The Haines Borough Police Department’s $500,000 Enhanced-911 and dispatch services project has hit “a significant roadblock for completion,” acc...

 
 News    January 22, 2015

Police still pursuing dumpster case

Haines police are still trying to make a case with video footage of 11 people allegedly dumping household trash in municipal dumpsters at the Small...

 
 News    January 22, 2015

Court Report

Carl Taylor, 73, pleaded guilty Dec. 16 to violating a protective order on Sept. 1. A woman called police to report Taylor was at her Small Tracts...

 
 Blotter    January 22, 2015

Police Blotter

Monday, Jan. 19 A business owner reported someone broke into his sheds on West Fair Drive. The owner and an officer went to the property and assessed...

 
 By Christian Woodard    Duly Noted    January 15, 2015

Duly Noted

Southeast Alaska State Fair director Jessica Edwards spent three days at the International Association of Amusement Park Attractions trade show in Flo...

 
 News    January 15, 2015

Haines cops don new duds

Haines Borough Police Department officers have a new look.   Police chief Bill Musser said he decided new khaki-colored shirts should replace the...

 
 Blotter    January 15, 2015

Police Report

Monday, Jan. 12 A caller reported someone cutting trees on Haines Borough property near FAA Road. An officer responded and found a man felling trees...

 
 Letters    January 15, 2015

Thanks for help after furnace fire

Jason Rettinger, police officer on duty, responded to my 10:30 p.m. 911 call Jan. 5 with a fire extinguisher and had a furnace fire under control...

 

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