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There is unmarred water on both sides, heartache blue, and steady sea unfurling in front of us like Aladdin's carpet. Facing south as we glide... [Read More]
The race is on for the biggest catch in the second annual Silver Salmon Fishing Derby that began last Saturday and will continue through Oct.... [Read More]
The FVF Fairweather made its final run for the winter and possibly indefinitely on Sep. 9, according to Alaska Department of Transportation (DOT) [Read More]
Chilkat Valley hunters have reported 10 harvested moose to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game as of Tuesday, a lower number than average that... [Read More]
More than 50 people attended an assembly candidate forum at the Chilkat Center on Tuesday evening where four candidates running for two open seats... [Read More]
A consultant hired by the University of Alaska is leading what many expected would be a locally organized working group addressing opportunities and... [Read More]
What is the single biggest issue facing Haines? Maidy: The single biggest issue facing Haines is polarization. We are a town of very strong opinions... [Read More]
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Joseph Luke King Jr., 59, known as... [Read More]
The Haines Borough Assembly's commerce committee will discuss next week the borough's option to suspend or revoke Alaska Excursions' Glacier Point... [Read More]
The Finance Committee asked borough staff to research taxing marijuana at the retail level. The borough currently charges an excise tax on marijuana... [Read More]
"I have sort of a back story with roses," local author and summer resident Tom Lang said at his workshop Monday at the library, where... [Read More]
Life-long Klukwan resident Christine Sweet, 61, Choosèe, an eagle of the Thunderbird house, was remembered in a double Alaska Native Sisterhood... [Read More]
Residents, tourists, businesses and auto repair shops have seen a spike in the number of flat tires in the past five months, due to Southeast... [Read More]
Police arrested a 61-year-old Haines woman last week for attempting to possess heroin and the possession of methamphetamine—both misdemeanor... [Read More]
About 20 residents turned out to hear assembly candidates answer ten questions at the Haines Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum Tuesday afternoon in... [Read More]
The Haines Borough Assembly unanimously approved a $598,000 settlement to be paid to small boat harbor contractor Pacific Pile & Marine for its claim... [Read More]
Byrne Power, the founder of what is now Geppetto's Junkard, is moving to Europe next month where he hopes to complete his puppet documentary,... [Read More]
The 50th Anniversary of the Southeast Alaska State Fair broke records, earning more revenue and garnering more attendance than any previous fair. [Read More]
The assembly voted on Thursday to adopt an ordinance exempting sales tax for long term residential renters. The new ordinance defines long term as... [Read More]
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The Haines Glacier Bears worked hard in Petersburg last Friday in their last regular season clash with the other runners who are trying to put... [Read More]
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