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 By Karen Garcia    News    February 4, 2016 

'House' a portrait of 1930's Spain

Director Tod Sebens insists that he didn’t choose the material for his latest production as much as it chose him. Sebens stumbled across “The...

 By Tom Morphet    News    February 4, 2016 

Missing plane complicates crash investigation

The federal investigation into the Nov. 4 crash of a private plane in Lynn Canal will be made more difficult by the fact that the plane was never foun...

 By Tom Morphet    Opinion    January 28, 2016


A push to revoke the borough’s motor vehicle tax no doubt will have some popular appeal. No one likes paying taxes and the borough has been slow... Full story

 By Tom Morphet    News    January 28, 2016

Crowd questions, advises ferry chief

Haines residents packed the assembly chambers and offered a range of suggestions for changes to the Alaska Marine Highway System at a meeting the...

 News    January 28, 2016

KHNS says Walker's cut would hurt local programs

Public radio station KHNS is rallying support in the wake of a 27 percent proposed cut to the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission. The cut was...

 Letters    January 28, 2016

Push for Tier 3 river rank is disturbing

I find the continued efforts to give the Chilkat River a Tier 3 designation disturbing on many levels. This idea has been brought to various boards...

 By Karen Garcia    News    January 21, 2016

Harbor design under scrutiny

An independent engineer reviewing the design of the Small Boat Harbor expansion says work done to date by PND Engineers is “thorough and well...

 By Tom Morphet    News    January 21, 2016

Group balks at 'Tier 3' endorsement for river

On a 6-5 vote, the Upper Lynn Canal Fish and Game Advisory Committee endorsed top-level protection for the Chilkat River Friday, then rescinded its...

 Letters    January 21, 2016

Committee acted without knowledge

The Upper Lynn Canal Fish and Game Advisory Committee passed a resolution of support for Outstanding Natural Resource Water status for the Chilkat...

 By Tom Morphet    Opinion    January 21, 2016


A push to revoke the borough’s motor vehicle tax no doubt will have some popular appeal. No one likes paying taxes and the borough has been slow... Full story

 By Karen Garcia    News    January 14, 2016

Dead seabirds tied to Statewide die-off

Fourteen dead seabirds found on a Portage Cove beach this week are apparently part of a larger statewide die-off that has puzzled biologists since...

 By Tom Morphet    Obituaries    January 14, 2016

Aviation pioneer Layton Bennett dies at 96

Layton Bennett, an iconic figure in regional aviation history, died Saturday in Seattle at age 96....

 Letters    January 14, 2016

Operate canal ferries on 12-hour schedule

Last week I described how Haines got short-changed with the Essential Air Service Act in the 1970s as well as biased Juneau northbound ferry...

 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    January 14, 2016

Duly Noted

Alixanne Goodman and Shaun Cornish married Dec. 30 at a ceremony in Villa Polinesia, Mexico. Parents Greg and Carole Goodman of Haines attended,...

 By Tom Morphet    News    January 7, 2016

CVN's 1st edition published 50 years ago this week

Ray Menaker, a 43-year-old Haines High School French teacher, and Bill Hartmann, a 17-year-old student, launched the town’s newspaper 50 years ago...

 Letters    January 7, 2016

Decision erodes support for Freeride

Over the objections of Chilkat Indian Village, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, professional hunting guides, Chilkoot Bear Foundation, Lynn Canal...

 By Dan Lundberg    Duly Noted    January 7, 2016

Duly Noted

By Dan Lundberg Nancy DeCherney is one of eight recipients of Alaska State Council on the Arts and Alaska Humanities Forum’s 2016 Governor’s...

 News    January 7, 2016  
 By Tom Morphet    News    December 17, 2015

Year marked by citizen involvement

Heightened citizen participation marked 2015, a year in which residents challenged municipal leaders on a range of issues, and seemingly small...

 By Karen Garcia    News    December 17, 2015

Closed areas opened for freeride

Despite letters of opposition from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Chilkat Indian Village and numerous residents, the Haines Borough...

 News    December 17, 2015

Timber sale going ahead

The controversial Baby Brown timber sale is moving forward. Under plans by the state, up to 20 million board feet of timber on 1,000 acres of forest n...

 By Tom Morphet    News    December 10, 2015

DOT seeks a better embankment

The state Department of Transportation this week said it would pursue “vegetated river protrusions” as part of mitigation for the Haines Highway...

 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    December 10, 2015

Duly Noted

Former Haines resident Nori Nash is publishing her first historical romance novel, “How the Duke Was Won.” The novel will be released by...

 By Karen Garcia    News    December 3, 2015

Constantine seeking more site development

Constantine Metal Resources is proposing to expand its exploratory drill operations at the Palmer Project site, which would include construction of...

 By Karen Garcia    News    December 3, 2015

'First Friday' event to include inspired art display, maps

Felted birds, intricate Upper Lynn Canal cartography and framed paper dioramas are just a few of the works on display at First Friday openings, from...


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