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Broadcaster: Adam Richard
The District 34 Republican Party held their conference in Haines this week, the AMHS 2012-13 schedule is up for public review, and locally produced public service announcements will be seen on PBS.

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Dr. Bowman, former Haines clinic Medical Director (photo courtesy of SEARHC)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Solar flares could mean a bright Alaskan sky. The idea for a veterans home in Haines just got more interesting. Haines' long-term plan awaits your comments on land and recreation (more information at http://www.hainesborough.us/CompPlan2025current.html). Former Haines Medical Director promoted to a leading regional position. Mexican food 'For the Birds'.

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Damage caused by a fire in Skagway (photo by Misty Wiley)
Damage caused by a fire in Skagway (photo by Misty Wiley)
Damage caused by a fire in Skagway (photo by Misty Wiley)
Damage caused by a fire in Skagway (photo by Misty Wiley)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
The fire is out, but a late-night blaze leaves a mark on downtown Skagway. Sport anglers won't be able to go for Taku River kings after a unanimous vote in Ketchikan (Schoenfeld). A film festival in Skagway observes conservation, one in Haines raises money for locals with cancer.

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Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Fire insurance rates could decrease for some Haines residents. Board of Fisheries news on Lynn Canal waters (Schoenfeld).

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First snowmachine/shooting biathlon, Haines (photo by T. Bicknell)
First snowmachine/shooting biathlon, Haines (photo by T. Bicknell)
First snowmachine/shooting biathlon, Haines (photo by T. Bicknell)
First snowmachine/shooting biathlon, Haines (photo by T. Bicknell)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
The State releases money to Central Council to cover overdue child support. Local basketball teams face big rivals for the last time. "Expect goosebumps" in next booked performances. Special Iditarod coverage begins this week.

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Broadcaster: Adam Richard
The Haines Borough Assembly has made a decision on Heli-Ski Operator GPS information, the Haines Republican presidential preference poll will be held on Tuesday, and a band with local connections debuted their new album in Memphis.

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Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Picturing Haines opens Friday. Three teams still in Regionals. A new biathlon debuts this weekend. Peace Corps volunteers dinner celebrates.

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Local teams advance in regionals (photo by mvongrue/flickr)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Haines Assembly upholds heliport decision. Glacier Bears and Panthers advance in regional basketball tournaments. Board of Fisheries rules on power reels (Schoenfeld). 'We the People' group begins a film series this week.

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Mt. Edgecumbe (photo by hermanfrances/flickr)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Alaskans have a refund due to them (Canfield). A new student team qualifies for state in their first competition. Glacier Bears and Panthers begin their bid for state this week. Nutritionist in the upper Lynn Canal. Studying volcanic activity in southeast (Schoenfeld).

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Virus (photo by Sanofi Pasteur/flickr)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
A Haines woman was ordered to report to prison, expecting to give birth any day now (Miller). Board of Fish considers rule changes (Schoenfeld). Stream at http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=multimedia.main#audio. Haines Assembly rehears Planning Commission decision. Did you get sick? Explaining the 'town bug'.

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