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From Our Listeners

  • There will be a book signing with author Nick Jans at the Haines Public Library on Tuesday, July...

  • Sheri Wallers--you have freight to pick up at the airport. Call 766-3800.

  • The Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska will be in Skagway at the Dahl Memorial Clinic on...

Take Five For Safety!

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: gm@khns.org.

www.khns.org/safetytalk

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News

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    Quake shakes Southeast awake; Skagway assembly to ponder trapping regulations again; Why did so many Southeast school administrators retire this year?; A send off for a canoe journey to Juneau.

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    Haines Downtown Revitalization Committee tries to find its focus; West Creek Hydro project; Search called off for missing hiker; Southeast election races solidify.

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    Former representative Bill Thomas decides not to run; King Salmon derby results; How to keep maritime jobs instate; A recap of the North Words Writers Symposium. 

    A link to the Alaska Maritime Workforce Development Plan.

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    Ferry scheduled revamped as Columbia repairs delayed; Assembly passes Haines budget; Governor passes state budget with projects for Klukwan, Skagway and Haines; Missing hiker has ties to Skagway; New Sealaska CEO named.

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    Weekend accident injuries Skagway man; Why do you love salmon?; Juneau Access Road project; Tongess management committee; Memorial Day ceremonies.

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    Skagway residents express concern about White Pass use of herbicides; Haines Borough talks about creating new position; Haines Salmon Derby this weekend.

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    Skagway assembly ponders trapping regulations; A heliport decision is appealed; A tribal health organization in Southeast Alaska is encouraging members to enroll for health insurance. 

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    Appeal filed in heliport permit; Skagway deals with childcare shortage; Tribal leaders from Alaska and Canada say it’s time to work together to oppose mines affecting both sides of the border. 

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    Sealaska Corp. sees major losses; Haines Assembly moves ahead with local projects; Alaska licenses get revamp; Small Things Considered.

    Visit the website for Among Animals, featuring an essay by Rosalie Loewen of Small Things Considered. (Also available at the local bookstore and library.)

Talk Around Town

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    Talking Topic: Haines Demographics

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