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 By Natalie Helms    News    June 22, 2017 

Charging sow a concern at Chilkoot

Visitors take caution. A brown bear sow accompanied by three yearling cubs has lunged at cars and people along the Chilkoot Corridor and Lutak Spur Ro...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    June 22, 2017 

Gillnet season starts out strong

A healthy plug of chum salmon and an improved price over last season bolstered the opening week of the Lynn Canal drift gillnet season. Preliminary...

 
 By Tom Morphet    Duly Noted    June 22, 2017 

Duly Noted

Jerrie Clarke has made trips to Mexico, New Orleans, and Branson, Mo. since retiring in January from the Lost City Museum in Overton, Nev. The former...

 
 By CVN Staff    Weather    June 22, 2017 

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 By Kyle Clayton    News    June 15, 2017

Longtime heroin addict shares struggle for sobriety

Editor’s note: The name of the heroin addict described in the following story has been changed. Shirley, a 56-year-old woman living in Haines, is...

 

Business Digest

Scovill sells Parts Place to Thorgesen After 31 years under owner Tomi Scovill, the Parts Place will pass to new owner Chris Thorgesen next month....

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    June 8, 2017

Pilot in fatal flight turned off 1 engine

The pilot involved in a fatal May 27 plane crash near Haines shut off one of the engines during the flight and couldn’t restart it, according to...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    June 8, 2017

Sibling contracts OK elsewhere

In contrast to Haines, small Southeast communities including Yakutat, Craig, Wrangell, Petersburg and Skagway have no language regarding their...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    June 1, 2017

Lawyer cites family conflict for Schnabel

An hour before the Haines Borough Assembly was set to discuss a manager contract for Debra Schnabel, the assembly received a memo from its attorney...

 

More than 10 camps offered for summer

Local organizations will host more than 10 camps this summer for Haines youths. New this year are Tlingit Culture Classes and Programs through the...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    May 25, 2017

HHS Class of 2017 takes a bow

Winnie the Pooh, Will Rogers and a hat made of squirrel pelts were invoked at Tuesday’s graduation ceremony for the Haines High School class of 2017...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    May 11, 2017

Advisory committee endorses agency call on Tier 3

The Upper Lynn Canal Fish and Game Advisory Committee recommended at its April 27 meeting the state Department of Environmental Conservation take...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    May 4, 2017

Players spoof Alaska purchase, historic figures of period

Lynn Canal Community Players presented a dinner theater reenactment of U.S. Secretary of State William Seward’s negotiations with the Russians for...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    April 27, 2017

Whales and nets: Are entanglements on rise?

About eight whales a year in Alaska are freed from fishing nets, crab pot lines and other marine equipment that threaten the animals’ survival....

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 27, 2017

Young actors will bring 'Mr.Toad' to Life

This year’s Summer Youth Theatre Conservatory students will perform “The Mad Adventures of Mr. Toad,” inspired by the popular children’s...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 20, 2017

Early data on goats presented

Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Kevin White presented Thursday preliminary findings of a seven-year study on regional mountain goat...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    April 20, 2017

Statewide gathering of Legion next week

The Haines American Legion chapter will host Alaska’s 98th American Legion Department Convention April 27-29, bringing more than 95 people to town....

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    April 20, 2017

Mining steering committee plans forum on issues

A new mining steering committee recently organized by Takshanuk Watershed Council plans to educate the public through a “comprehensive and...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    April 20, 2017

Fish habitat regulations a concern for advisory committee

Members of the Upper Lynn Canal Fish and Game Advisory Committee expressed support for more public notification of work impacting salmon habitat...

 

Schnabel most qualified candidate ever

  There are two good candidates for the Haines Borough manager position. I would like to highlight the qualifications and experience of one. Debra...

 
 By Natalie Helms    News    April 6, 2017

CIA seeks to resume chum channel work

A local tribe is hoping to resume chum salmon enhancement work in the Chilkat River drainage discontinued by the Northern Southeast Regional...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 6, 2017

No funding in sight for Excursion bridge

A bridge at Excursion Inlet that connects the Ocean Beauty Seafoods cannery to its water source has been closed, with no funding for repairs in...

 
 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 6, 2017

Borough meetings on police service outside of townsite

A bridge at Excursion Inlet that connects the Ocean Beauty Seafoods cannery to its water source has been closed, with no funding for repairs in...

 

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