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 By Karen Garcia    News    May 5, 2016

Chamber study quantifies nonprofit contributions

The financial impact of local nonprofits has come to the fore of political discussions in recent years, as state and federal funds dwindle and the...

 
 By Tom Morphet    Opinion    May 5, 2016

Editorial

I participated in the 16 Mile cleanup Saturday. I wasn’t planning to spend an hour scooping bullet casings, metal junk and half-burnt copies of...

 
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    May 5, 2016

Duly Noted

Stories and slides from the life of former publisher, assembly member and community activist Ray Menaker were shared at a Chilkat Center memorial...

 
 News    May 5, 2016  
 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 Karen Garcia    News    April 28, 2016

Getting medieval: Players will stage black comedy

Amanda Randles has been scrounging around for bones lately. She needs a lot of them, as they’re a key plot element in “Incorruptible: A Dark...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    April 28, 2016

Young actors sought for summer theater camp

A production of Vera Morris’ “Fee Fi Fo Fum,” a romp through the Jack and the Beanstalk story, will cap the Lynn Canal Community Players’...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    April 28, 2016

Mining exploration out for public review

The federal Bureau of Land Management this week opened the public comment period on a draft Environmental Assessment of Constantine Metal...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    April 28, 2016

Duly Noted

Nicole Horton Holm recently flew to San Diego, Calif., to pose in a patriotic outfit for Haus of Volta’s annual pin-up calendar. Haus of Volta is a...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    April 21, 2016

Biologist: Sea star sightings a spring occurrence

A cluster of mature sea stars discovered last week near Paradise Cove came as a surprise to the family who came upon them, and to other longtime...

 
 By Tom Morphet    News    April 14, 2016

Can log jams help build king salmon run?

State biologists and the Takshanuk Watershed Council believe “engineered log jams” placed at the head of sand bars can create overwintering...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    March 31, 2016

State rejected 2 sites for Freeride ski event

In December, the Freeride World Tour’s request to access two sites outside of the borough-approved heli-ski map generated controversy, including...

 
 News    March 31, 2016

Female bear harvest concerns biologist

A state biologist this week will ask residents to weigh in with suggestions of how to reduce the take of female brown bears in the area. Area...

 
 By Heather Lende    News    March 24, 2016

John Schnabel dies at 96

NOTE TO NON-SUBSCRIBERS: THIS WEEK'S NEWSPAPER, INCLUDING THE JOHN SCHNABEL OBITUARY, AVAILABLE FOR...

 
 Letters    March 24, 2016

Writer disregards mine's violations

I agree with Brad Schulze regarding carbon credits being a “racket.” But I cannot, in a few sentences, address his statements regarding the...

 
 News    March 17, 2016

Crash survivor to youths: Swimming skills critical

Knowing the passengers aboard his plane could swim gave him confidence he could make a water landing in Lynn Canal in November, pilot Mike Mackowiak...

 
 Letters    March 10, 2016

Tier 3 ranking seems appropriate

Brad Schulze states that my letter in the CVN somehow “...pretends that the current push to reclassify the Chilkat River has nothing to do with the...

 
 By Karen Garcia    Duly Noted    March 10, 2016

Duly Noted

Mercy Evelyn Nash was born to parents Amy and Song Nash on Feb. 29 at Seattle’s Ballard Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs., 4 oz., and measured 18.5...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    February 18, 2016

State will answer questions on "Tier 3"

In an effort to put rumors to rest and increase understanding, a representative from the Department of Environmental Conservation will answer...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    February 18, 2016

Coliseum to reopen as 'bazaar'

In an effort to put rumors to rest and increase understanding, a representative from the Department of Environmental Conservation will answer...

 
 By Karen Garcia    News    February 18, 2016

Sex quiz required before goat hunt

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game will require mountain goat hunters in the Upper Lynn Canal to take a 25-question quiz in an effort to cut down...

 
 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...

 
 News    February 11, 2016  
 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...

 

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