Alaskan Author Don Rearden will be visiting the Haines Public Library on Friday March 14th to...
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New program available for broadcast to Alaskan and National Radio Stations. KHNS and the Haines Volunteer Fire Department are producing these informative and entertaining 5-minute programs. Follow the link to listen to our sample program and contact us with your thoughts and suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Annual KHNS Spring Wine Tasting
Great Season To The Glacier Bears and Panthers!
Congratulations To The Glacier Bear Boys Heading to State!
KHNS will air State Championship games starting March 17th!
Upcoming Meetings at KHNS:
The Lynn Canal Broadcasting Board of Directors will be meeting next on Tuesday, March 18th, 6pm in the Chilkat Center conference room.
Community Advisory Board meeting is Wednesday, April 9th, 5pm at the Chilkat Center
You can read about our current board of driectors here. *All station required documents and audited annual reports for the last three years are available on the website under "about the station, reports and documents".
KHNS Holiday Auction It's over and wow, what a success! Thank you to everyone who participated: donating gifts, bidding on items and volunteering in the station.
Featured above are just a few of the fine donors to our auction.
Lynn Canal Broadcasting extends our appreciation to the Juneau Community Foundation and the Douglas-Dornan Foundation, for their generous contribution to our archiving program. We are taking the old reel to reels from earlier days of KHNS and transferring to hard drive - recycling at its best.
We purchased a laptop and software and along with the support of Southeast Alaska Independent Living and the Alaska State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation have started in on our project. Thank you!!
KHNS 2013 Print donated by Alaskan Artist Katie Sevigny and underwritten by the Skagway Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Golden Circle Chapter of the Alaska Travel Industry Association. Many thanks to our generous donors.
Update November 2011
KHNS began broadcasting October 4, 1980 and is an associate of the Alaska Public Radio Network, a founding member of Community Radio of Alaska and a National Public Radio affiliate. KHNS provides a broad array of live, locally produced and national programs for our listeners.
We are fortunate to work closely with our local Haines and Skagway Fire and Police Disaster Councils to provide critical information to our listeners when necessary.
Latest Local News
Skagway Assembly meets early; Haines' SEARHC signs on two dentists; Boy Scouts of America could revive in Skagway; wave-power in Southeast (Schoenfeld).
Boat sinks in Haines Harbor; Skagway Fire Dept. knocks down construction fire last week; Haines Assembly to discuss heliskiing; School board to decide fate of Mosquito Lake School; High school basketball roundup.
The Department of Fish and Game opposes the Haines Borough opening more land to helisking for special event this season; A bill to update the state's distilling laws would have a big impact on a local business; A hatchery fire in Southern Southeast destorys king and coho salmon eggs.