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Pies and planes help Lady Bears

Haines Girls Basketball would like to give a big thanks to Alaska Seaplanes for making their pizza fundraiser a huge success. Because of everyone’s...

 

Thanks for frybread fundraiser support

Klukwan School students would like to say thank you to everyone who helped us with our frybread fundraiser. Haines ANB Camp 5 and the Haines School...

 

Thanks for the lift

Thank you Haines friends. I would like to send a huge thank you to the Haines ambulance crew and the Haines SEARHC Clinic for all the great help...

 

Dispense with tour permit code

Our tour companies don’t want to pay an increased permit fee to the Borough. Our borough set the permit fee to pay for the ‘administration’ of...

 

Face it, mining is a big risk to our valley

Another large metal mine tailings dam (MMTD) has failed, this one in Brazil—discharging 13 million cubic meters of pollution into the Paropeba River...

 

Let's get some straight answers

I’m concerned as to what can happen as a result of the new mine. What are the possible environmental impacts? Could the PR geologist(s) give us...

 

Gratitude for support and kindness

We would like to express our gratitude to Father Perry of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, The American Legion & Auxiliary, for assisting with...

 

Thanks for the midnight repairs

The SEARHC Haines Health Center would like to thank Brad Ryan, Scott Bradford, Will Hickman and their crew for the immediate and thorough response...

 

Transparency is important

The plan to go underground was communicated to investors in 2016 but left out of that year’s permit application. This was pointed out during the...

 

Please visit again

I had Anna’s hummingbirds come to my feeder, but they left after Thanksgiving. There was a male and female, and I think a third one as well. It was...

 

ALCAN is a team effort

Sitting down a week after the 50th running of the ALCAN 200, it is still difficult for me to not be moved by the incredible hard work and dedication...

 

Mines have been polluting since antiquity

If you are still not sure whether or not to support a large-scale hard-rock mine in the Chilkat Valley, then here are a few things to think about....

 

Thanks for the party

I live in a town of caring people and I want to thank my wonderful family and friends for my 90th birthday party Jan. 19 at the Senior Center. It was...

 

What's wrong with a pulse to the economy?

Concerns have been raised about the boom/bust nature of certain economies. It made me think—thank you for that. What I’m wondering is, how many...

 

Inform, don't influence

I am very disappointed in the lack of fair coverage Alaska Excursions has received from Chilkat Valley News and KHNS regarding Glacier Point Tours....

 

Shine on Haines

Haines, Alaska is the bees knees. In lieu of recent perspectives, I wanted to share mine, from a set of newbie eyes. I haven’t been in the thick of...

 

Sniff out the truth of a police dog

The Haines police and a group of residents are advocating for police dog(s). Some of the most compelling reasons not to have a police dog in Haines...

 

Mining destabilizes small communities

Do You Want to Live In a Mining Town? Like most of the folks in this town I plan on spending the rest of my life right here in Haines. I am concerned...

 

A wave of thanks from the Dolphins

Haines Dolphins Swim Team would like to thank everyone who participated in making our annual Winter Games such a positive success! Thanks so much for...

 

Haines lends a ride to Klukwan students

Much gratitude for the generosity of the Haines Borough School District for allowing Klukwan School (Chatham School District) to use a HBSD van....

 

Sled provides last hurrah for thankful racer

I would like to thank Justin and Nathan Peterson of Whitehorse who entrusted me with their sled, making my “last hurrah” possible. A huge thank...

 

Metal prices change, risks stay the same

On Jan. 7, Imperial Metals suspended operations at the Mt. Polley Mine in B.C. due to low copper prices. This means several hundred jobs lost and...

 

Mining is a roll of the dice

We’ve been told over and over the Palmer Project will greatly benefit the local economy. There will be winners and losers, but either way, the risk...

 

Correction: Even more studies show ill effects

Last week you published my entry having to do with damaging levels of wireless radiation in our towns. I received push back regarding my statement...

 

Christmas spirit helped recovery

Please convey my most sincere, heartfelt thanks to all who came by, brought food,sent flowers or other gifts to me while I recuperated from knee...

 

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