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Native artist visits Klukwan School

Klukwan School recently hosted artist Moses Wassilie for the annual Artist in Schools program. The...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    January 25, 2018

Arts Outlook

Classical guitarist to return for another show Classical guitarist Dimitris Kotronakis will return...

 

Duly Noted

Jess Giddings, daughter of Lori and Al Giddings, made the dean’s list at George Fox University in Newberg, Ore. for the fall 2017 semester....

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    January 11, 2018

As kings become 'stock of concern'; unprecedented restrictions on the table

Alaska Department of Fish and Game Biologists labeled Chilkat king salmon a “stock of concern” and is proposing unprecedented restrictions for...

 

2017 sees shifting leadership, new beginnings

A shakeup in leadership across government and business, a group of unsatisfied citizens who challenged the assembly and how to approach policing outsi...

 

Hotch was beloved life-long Klukwan resident and elder

Life-long Klukwan resident Rachel Hotch was remembered Dec. 4 for her kindness, sense of humor and her support of others. Hotch, 87, died in her sleep... Full story

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    December 14, 2017

Chilkoot group calls for an end to 'fake Native art'

Citing the spread of what they called "fake Native art" displayed in Haines, several Chilkoot...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    December 7, 2017

Klukwan sues Bureau of Land Management

The Chilkat Indian Village of Klukwan and three regional conservation groups filed a lawsuit Monday against the Bureau of Land Management for...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, November 28 A found pair of glasses was placed in safekeeping. A Main Street caller reported a vehicle impeding snow removal. Investigation c...

 

Letters to the Editor

Finished with Mud Bay 'spring' Regarding the test results for the Mud Bay “spring.” I applaud the assembly for ordering further testing of the...

 

Duly Noted

Ted and Meghan Hart welcomed their daughter into the world last week at the Sitka’s SEARHC/Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital. Lolana Mae Hart was born at...

 

Fishermen kill fish, not miners

Before becoming a state we had to prove we could run the state without subsidies. Our vast natural resources of timber, fish, minerals, and oil was...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    November 16, 2017

Planning commission revisits zoning conflicts

The Haines Borough Planning Commission discussed rezoning Takshanuk Watershed Council’s heavy industrial zoned property after previous commissioner...

 

This week in history

November 8, 2007 Students and community members will have to wait until spring to use the new Klukwan School gymnasium because there isn’t enough...

 
 By Jo Goerner    News    November 2, 2017

Klukwan school library wins award for cultural film series

The Klukwan Community and School Library received the 2017 Outstanding Project Award from the Guardians of Culture and Lifeways Award Program for...

 

This week in history

November 11, 1967 Has anyone lived in Southeastern Alaska longer than Jim Fox? Probably not, for he was born in southeast Alaska almost a hundred...

 

Duly Noted

Klukwan resident Karlie Spud was featured in Alaska Magazine in a photo in front of the Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center as part of an article on Native...

 

Cultural Values Shine During Potlatch

On Saturday the 14th of October, I was honored to be at a party (Potlatch) for our people (Raven and Eagle clans). The Eagles were honoring the...

 

Duly Noted

Cross-country coach Chandler Kemp headed out of town last week. He’s returning to Palo Alto, Calif., where he works as a consultant on energy...

 

Duly Noted

Recent Hammer Museum intern Sofia Lago has received heart-wrenching news from family in Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria destroyed the San Juan home of he...

 

Peace lasts all week

Haines People for Peace would like to thank all those who helped make our community’s celebration of International Day of Peace a rich and...

 

School board has "hefty expectations" for superintendent hire, Carlson says

The Haines Borough School Board began discussion Tuesday on its hiring process for a new permanent superintendent. Former superintendent Tony Habra...

 

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