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From Our Listeners

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

Listen to KHNS

News

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    A wrongful death case against the Haines Borough nears trial; candidates are set for the Haines ballot; sounds from the Southeast Alaska State Fair.

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    Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

    A cruise ship docked in Skagway fails a health inspection; the cruise industry testified in front of Congress about safety; DIPAC operates in the black.

    The CDC Inspection Detail Report for the Silver Shadow on June 17, 2013

    Silversea's statement on the Silver Shadow

    Watch the Senate hearing on Cruise Industry Oversight

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    Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

    Haines to get another state trooper; state looking for comments on Haines Highway Project; the Gravina Island project is also taking comment.

    Haines Highway Project website.

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    Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

    Chilkoot arrive late but in a surge to Chilkoot; local guide indicted on federal wildlife charges; what does redistricting mean for Bill Thomas and Jonathan Kriess-Tomkins? 

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    Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

    Low silver prices force a Yukon mine to close for the winter; a bounty of sockeye in Sitka; how the new regulations for cruise ship wastewater are working out.

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    Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

    A whale is freed from a fishing net; an update on the net fisheries in Southeast so far this season.

    More about NOAA's Whale Entanglement program

Sing Out Strong

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    KHNS is pleased to introduce "Sing Out Strong", a collaboration between Best Beginnings, the Children's Reading Foundation of Haines, the Haines Borough Public Library, the Haines Borough School District, and KHNS.

    Created by local educator Jeanne Kitayama and produced in the KHNS studios by Amelia Nash, "Sing Out Strong" promotes pre-reading skills for  young children that set them on the path to literacy.

     

  • You are missing some Flash content that should appear here! Perhaps your browser cannot display it, or maybe it did not initialize correctly.

    KHNS is pleased to introduce "Sing Out Strong", a collaboration between Best Beginnings, the Children's Reading Foundation of Haines, the Haines Borough Public Library, the Haines Borough School District, and KHNS.

    Created by local educator Jeanne Kitayama and produced in the KHNS studios by Amelia Nash, "Sing Out Strong" promotes pre-reading skills for  young children that set them on the path to literacy.

     

  • You are missing some Flash content that should appear here! Perhaps your browser cannot display it, or maybe it did not initialize correctly.

    KHNS is pleased to introduce "Sing Out Strong", a collaboration between Best Beginnings, the Children's Reading Foundation of Haines, the Haines Borough Public Library, the Haines Borough School District, and KHNS.

    Created by local educator Jeanne Kitayama and produced in the KHNS studios by Amelia Nash, "Sing Out Strong" promotes pre-reading skills for  young children that set them on the path to literacy.

     

  • You are missing some Flash content that should appear here! Perhaps your browser cannot display it, or maybe it did not initialize correctly.

    KHNS is pleased to introduce "Sing Out Strong", a collaboration between Best Beginnings, the Children's Reading Foundation of Haines, the Haines Borough Public Library, the Haines Borough School District, and KHNS.

    Created by local educator Jeanne Kitayama and produced in the KHNS studios by Amelia Nash, "Sing Out Strong" promotes pre-reading skills for  young children that set them on the path to literacy.