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 News    May 26, 2016 

Klukwan School graduates 3

Preschooler David Hotch, eighth-grader Natalia Holcomb and high school senior Rachel Katzeek graduated during a ceremony Friday at Klukwan School....

 By Karen Garcia    News    May 26, 2016 

Police Report

Monday, May 23 A caller asked for help relaying a message to a relative. Police didn’t have any contact information for the relative. A caller...

 By Tom Morphet    Opinion    May 26, 2016 


Who is in charge of scheduling in this town? No one. Should there be? Consider: On Saturday, May 14, civic-minded folks were forced to choose between...

 News    May 26, 2016 
 By Tom Morphet    News    May 19, 2016

Culture center doors open to large crowd

During a friend’s slideshow more than 20 years ago, Bernadette Price, an executive assistant from Portland, Ore., saw photos of the Whale House...

 News    May 19, 2016  
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 By Tom Morphet    News    May 12, 2016

Village cultural center opens Saturday

State museum officials, clan and tribal leaders and experts in Northwest Coast Native art are expected to attend the opening of the Jilkaat Kwaan...

 News    May 5, 2016

Village culture center to open May 14

The public is invited to the celebration of the grand opening of the Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center and Bald Eagle Preserve Visitor Center....

 News    May 5, 2016

'The Haines 50' on exhibit at museum

A new summer exhibit at the Haines Sheldon Museum packs the history of the Chilkat Valley into 50 objects, ranging from prehistoric fossils to the...

 By Tom Morphet    News    April 28, 2016

Eulachon harvest up on Chilkoot, Chilkat

Subsistence fishermen who netted buckets of eulachon on the Chilkoot River late last week got another chance this week along the Chilkat, including...

 By Tom Morphet    News    March 31, 2016

Legislature targets public health nurse offices

A planned 17 percent cut by the Alaska Legislature to the state public health nurse program will change services and close some offices, but it’s...

 By Tom Morphet    News    March 31, 2016

Local squads win 2 of 4 Gold Medal brackets

Teams from the Chilkat Valley took home half the gold at the 70th Gold Medal Basketball Tournament in Juneau last weekend, winning two of four...

 News    March 31, 2016  
 News    March 24, 2016

Most valley teams advance at Medal

Four out of five Chilkat Valley teams were still alive at the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament as of press time Wednesday. Both Haines squads – the...

 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    March 17, 2016

Duly Noted

Mayme Nickerson traveled to Klukwan this week from Klawock for the 40-day party for her late husband Donald Nickerson Sr. About 50-60 people attended...

 Letters    March 10, 2016

Thanks for chance in bee

I would just like to say “thank you” to the Haines School and Rene Martin for letting me participate in the Spelling Bee. I would also like to...

 News    March 3, 2016

Six men's teams at Hotch tourney

The annual Dick Hotch Memorial Basketball Tournament runs through Sunday, March 6, with an expected six-team men’s field, plus one Juneau team...

 Letters    March 3, 2016

Constantine a train wreck in slow motion

This is one of the most beautiful places in all the world. Whenever I travel anywhere else and come back, I take deep breaths and think to myself,...

 By Karen Garcia    News    February 25, 2016

Hostility to 'Tier 3'

A Tier 3 designation for the Chilkat River would be compatible with uses like two-stroke outboard motors and existing mining operations, but would be...

 Letters    February 25, 2016

Tier 3 designation meeting was 'ugly'

The public meeting this week – in which the Department of Environmental Conservation explained about possible Tier 3 protection for the Chilkat...

 By Karen Garcia    News    February 11, 2016

Constantine urges delay on 'Tier 3' river protection

Constantine Metal Resources is urging members of the Upper Lynn Canal Fish and Game Advisory Committee to delay any support toward designating the...

 By Tom Morphet    News    February 4, 2016

Assembly to review Mosquito Lake School agreement

Haines Borough interim manager Brad Ryan and highway residents are endorsing an agreement for shared management of the former Mosquito Lake School....

 By Karen Garcia    News    February 4, 2016

Permit sought for hydro plant

A local developer has applied for a conditional use permit to build a $4-$7 million hydroelectric plant at Walker Lake, about 30 miles northwest of...


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