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Andy Hedden won second place in Alaska Magazine’s annual photo contest in the “Alaska Life” category. Andy’s picture, entitled “Sophie’s...

 

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Brinley Ann Ganey was born Oct. 10 at 8:12 am to Melissa and Michael Ganey. She weighed 4 pounds, 5 ounces and measured 17 inches. Michael and...

 

Best prep musicians to perform Tuesday night

The Southeast Honor Music Festival for choir and concert band will be held in Haines this year beginning Oct. 21. It culminates with a concert 7 p.m....

 

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Tom Heywood was in San Francisco when son Kee Heywood shot a weekend of footage for his first film, entitled “Phantom-Limbed.” The scenes were fil...

 

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Heather Horton Swain and Caleb Roberts were married Sept. 29 at Lookout Park amid friends and family. Friend Don Braaten married the couple. Heather...

 

Scout camp dedication on Oct. 13

A dedication of the new Boy Scout camp at Mount Riley is set for noon Saturday, Oct. 13. Organizer Sean Gaffney said the event will include a hot dog...

 

Coloring book shows birds here

American Bald Eagle Foundation 2012 interns collaborated on a children’s coloring book of the organization’s 12 birds. Intern Claire Floyd, an...

 

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A memorial service for lifelong resident Jan Harrington, 62, will be held 2 p.m. Saturday at the Chilkat Center, followed by a luncheon at the...

 

'Coho Days' set for Oct. 5-7

Local business owners and the Haines Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring events designed to entice Canadian fisherman to spend their Thanksgiving...

 

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Lollipops will return to the Haines branch of First National Bank of Alaska soon, branch manager Allen Turner said this week. Free suckers...

 

Moonwalker to speak at bald eagle festival

Astronaut Edgar Dean Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, will speak at the 18th annual Alaska Bald Eagle Festival in Haines. Mitchell is...

 

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Michelle Paul, 48, of Wenatchee, Wash., died Sept. 12 on Comstock Road of undetermined causes. An autopsy had been ordered. Paul had a prior medical...

 

Three new teachers start school in Haines

By Sara Callaghan Chapell Three new Haines School teachers have joined the staff in the 2012-2013 school year. Kristin White is the third grade...

 

'Healing Pole' to go up Friday

­­­­ The Southeast Regional Health Consortium’s domestic violence program is presenting its “Healing Pole” in front of the Chilkat Valley Ar...

 

Relay draws large Haines turnout

More than 30 Haines runners joined teams in the 30th annual Klondike International Road Relay over the weekend, an apparent peak in local...

 

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Emily Ann Edwards was born Monday, Sept. 10 to Lee and Ben Edwards in Olympia, Wash. Emily weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and measured 19 inches. Ben is...

 

Commemorative dinner set for Sept. 11

In their first combined effort, the American Legion, Emblem Club and American Legion Auxiliary are sponsoring a community potluck dinner in...

 

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A memorial service for Ed Lapeyri, 73, of Haines will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at the ANB Hall. Lapeyri died Monday of complications from a Saturday...

 

Spotlight series features Gregg's artwork

The third and final exhibition in the Sheldon Museum 2012 Six-Week Spotlight Series opens 5 p.m. Friday with a reception for Tresham Gregg’s showcas...

 

Technology grant available

Chilkat Valley Community Foundation has added a new grant for qualified non-profits and government bodies. The “mini-tech” grant of $600 is...

 

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A group of friends is home from a week spent hunting and hiking on Adak, an island on the Aleutian chain. Betsy Van Burgh, Julia Heinz, Kimberly...

 

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First-grade teacher Akela Silkman of Haines won third place in the Association of Alaska School Boards’ “Digital Lessons for Digital Learners...

 

Slide show Sunday on grads' Africa trip

There were no hot showers and no end to the dust at a Moshi, Tanzania orphanage where three Haines High School friends spent five weeks working...

 

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Hilma White, who helped establish the Hotel Halsingland and operated the Port Chilkoot Camper Park for decades, died Saturday at Haines Assisted Livin...

 

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Former resident Diana Richmond Hansen spent two weeks in Haines visiting dad Gregg Richmond, and seeing friends. She was joined by her husband, Shawn...

 

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