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 By Kyle Clayton    News    September 21, 2017 

Assembly candidates outline competing visions

Five Haines Borough Assembly candidates outlined different visions for the future of Haines during...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    September 21, 2017 

Logging on Peninsula: University pulls trigger on timber sale in response to potential zoning restrictions

The University of Alaska's Board of Regents last week approved a competitive timber sale on about...

 

Borough wrestles with funding options for failing Lutak Dock

The Haines Borough Assembly invited the Haines Ports and Harbor Advisory Board along with the planning commission to participate in a public meeting...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, August 29 A citizen reported several items were left in her home on Young Road from an unknown person. Police responded to a vehicle...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    August 31, 2017

Police response outside of townsite under microscope

Haines Borough Police Chief Heath Scott warned the borough assembly not to “write legislation in blood” after some assembly and community members...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    August 31, 2017

Lutak Dock plan downgraded

After its first choice was turned down for funding, the Haines Borough Assembly endorsed a less expensive Lutak Dock design plan with a decreased...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    August 31, 2017

Arts Outlook

First Friday includes game show September’s First Friday celebration will feature felted mushrooms, a game show, at the Hammer Museum and a...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, August 22 A citizen reported a deceased bear at 18 Mile Haines Highway. The Alaska State Troopers were advised. A caller reported a...

 

This Week in History

Archive news from 50, 25 and 10 years ago. Aug. 25, 1967 Nancy Jackson, Haines City Dog Catcher,...

 

Thanks to park volunteers

Haines Woman’s Club would like to thank all who helped on the Tlingit Park Playground rehab. Many thanks to the guidance and knowledge of Terry...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    August 10, 2017

Lutak crowds sandwich bears

A tumultuous several days in the Lutak area ended with a veteran Alaska Department of Fish and Game...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    August 10, 2017

Commission weighs resource extraction needs

The Haines Borough Planning Commission’s Resource Extraction Committee last week fleshed out how to better define resource extraction in code to acc...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    August 3, 2017

Borough-wide police protection, a guide

At the Haines Borough Assembly's direction, borough staff have drafted an ordinance that creates...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    August 3, 2017

Forest Service to rebuild Excursion bridge

The U.S. Forest Service will demolish and rebuild the bridge at Excursion Inlet by Sept. 30. U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski announced in a press release...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, July 25 Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute on Union Street. It was determined the situation was nondomestic, but one person...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    July 27, 2017

Expanded police service still murky

A complex, borough-wide police service area draft ordinance might come before voters this October, but some residents and assembly members say it...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, July 18 A citizen reported speeding vehicles near 10 Mile Lutak Road. A caller reported a lost wedding ring. A caller reported a lost set of...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, July 11 A caller reported an abandoned vehicle in a public parking lot on Second Avenue. A caller reported a noise disturbance on First...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    July 13, 2017

Assembly favors taking ownership of bridge

The Haines Borough Assembly expressed support for taking over ownership and maintenance of a new bridge at Excursion Inlet to be built by the U.S....

 

Big guns complicated riverside dispute

The dispute over property rights versus subsistence use in Lutak Inlet has been resolved by the courts, yet it has led to a severe financial penalty...

 

Thanks for hammerers, spike drivers

The Hammer Museum’s annual Fourth of July spike-driving and nail-pounding competitions were a big success this year. Thirty-two men and women...

 

Police Report

Tuesday, July 4 A birth certificate found on Fourth Avenue was turned in to police. The owner was notified. A caller reported juveniles jumping off...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    July 6, 2017

Green bears still pose mystery

The “green” bears seen along the Chilkoot River in September are still a mystery to the Department of Fish and Game, wildlife biologist Carl Koch...

 

July Fourth fun prevails over rain

Mount Ripinsky runners climbed into the clouds and youths scrambled in wet grass at Tlingit Park during Tuesday’s Fourth of July festivities in...

 

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