Letters

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 2287



Letters to the Editor

Thanks for the donated space A Huge “Thank You” to Chris Thorgesen for letting us use the Frontier Tradesman building for our annual Christmas...

 

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...

 

Students clear the way for walkers

Many thanks to teacher, Jason Eson, and the “Mighty Middle School Shovelers” for clearing sidewalks and pathways of snow. This crew’s work with...

 

Zoning interpretations don't line up

Thank you to the five Borough Assembly members who supported the purpose and intent of Haines Borough code in response to the proposed University...

 

Respect your elders, check your facts

In answer to Dave Werner: 1. We as a respected people, Tribe of the Chilkat, hereby deport you back to wherever you came from. 2. I would like to...

 

Volunteers served community well

What a wonderful turn out for our Community Thanksgiving Dinner. We were able to provide over 75 meals this year, and we could not have done it...

 

Help needed for red kettle fundraiser

I would like to personally thank all those in the Haines community who have been so generous already this Thanksgiving/Christmas season. The need...

 

Thanks for helping Dolphins swim

I would like to extend a huge thank you to all of the families and volunteers who spent their time helping to set up, officiate, and time the Haines...

 

Family seeks aid for grandma

We are the granddaughters and grandsons of a very special woman, Pamela H. Long. Our names are Julia, Kiersten, Jacob, Sophia, Gabriella, Izabella...

 

Thanks for helping festival fly

The American Bald Eagle Foundation would like to thank Haines for generously supporting our 2017 Alaska Bald Eagle Festival. We are so grateful to...

 

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...

 

Annual Thanksgiving dinner canceled

The community Thanksgiving dinner that The Ministerial Association has sponsored for the past few years has been a good opportunity for friends to...

 

Beitner will be missed

Sad to read the harsh headline and to learn that Ed Beitner is no longer with us. I encountered Ed frequently along the Chilkoot. He was always warm...

 

Dividend donations add up for library

The Friends of the Haines Borough Public Library would like to thank everyone who elected to make a donation to the library through the Permanent...

 

Thanks for random act of kindness

We would like to thank whomever that did something generous for our family! We are touched by the kindness. Larry Sweet Jr. and fa...

 

Water contamination a concern

The letter in the paper describing the burning of plastics and other material releasing toxic smoke at times could enter our own Lilly lake water...

 

Harbor spending falls to tax payers

Here we go again. Another one million taxpayer dollars that will need to be spent on the New Harbor Expansion Project. And according to those in...

 

Library thanks literary specters

The Haines Library would like to thank all those who made its first Literary Haunted House a huge success. Friends of the Library donated funds to...

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters raises big bucks

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Haines wants to thank the Haines Community for showing up and helping out with the annual Dream Big Dinner to support...

 

Listen to those who speak softly

When Chilkat Valley residents make decisions on resource issues, to include fishing and mining and other industries that will have lasting impacts, I...

 

Halloween rocks at Mosquito Lake

Thank you to caller Gene Kennedy and musicians Tom Heywood, Eric Holle and Burl Sheldon for setting a festive tone for the 10/28 Halloween Hootenanny...

 

Burn bad habits, not your trash

Burning trash is harmful to human health. When household garbage containing non-combustibles like plastics is burned on one resident’s private...

 

Easy to mine for help in Haines

On behalf of the 12-member Mining Forum Steering Committee, I would like to thank the following people for helping to make last weekend’s event a...

 

We shouldn't pay for borough booze

Should the borough use taxpayer money to purchase alcohol to sell and/or serve at events? When I first moved to Haines in 2001 and worked for the...

 

Thanks to school staff, town

The Haines School District would like to thank everyone who donated, contributed to and attended the fundraiser for Denise Sherman. It was a huge...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2017