Local News

KHNS Local News is heard every evening at 5:30pm during the KHNS Evening Report and weekday mornings at 6:49am and 7:49am during Morning Edition. The KHNS News - Week in Review is heard Saturdays at 11:00am on Lynn Canal Weekend. If you have a news tip or story idea, please eMail us at news@khns.org

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Broadcaster: Adam Richard
Halloween is just around the corner, the Taku River Fact Finding Task Force (Miller/Bicknell), Smokin' Fish, and the Fourth Annual Chilkat Valley Peace Prize Awards Ceremony (Chris Turner). The grand prize winning music piece by James Morgan can be heard after the end of the news cast.

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Alaska State Troopers show comes to Haines (photo by T. Bicknell)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Haines junk problems move closer to cleanup. Volunteers learn how to euthanize pets who are in need of a graceful end to life. Television viewers will learn how State Troopers' jobs in Southeast are different from those in the rest of the state.

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Local salmon not affected by the virus (photo by Andrea Nelson)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Assembly approves hires at Haines Borough. News on the BC salmon virus (Schoenfeld). An acting group will be in Haines to lead a series of workshops.

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Soundscriber for updating Tlingit recordings (photo courtesy of SHI)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
A Skagway bear problem escalates. Museum news from around the region (Miller/Bicknell). Halloween starts early; watch for goblins and witches running through the streets Friday.

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Kensington Dock (photo by AlaskanLibrarian/flickr)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Kensington Mine makes improvements to boost local hires. Two sons talk about visiting dad at a regional mine. Haines Borough Assembly talks signs, Picture Point and appointments this week. Fish fraud in the Pacific Northwest (Banse).

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Broadcaster: James Morgan
KHNS and the Haines School collaborate to offer a radio class to high school students. This year's students produced this news cast in their class.

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Broadcaster: Adam Richard
Locals come together to "Occupy Haines", it's red ribbon week, and special coverage of the Alaska Federation of Native's convention in Anchorage(Joaqlin Estus).

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Hank the dog hears stories from Haines readers (photo courtesy of B. Pardee)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
News from the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood, Sealaska (Schoenfeld). Local twins team up to win points for Haines School.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska has a new Haines Community Director. Local non-profits see some cash from the "Pick. Click. Give." program, and the State's Fast Ferry comes under fire in Juneau courts (Matt Miller). Special thanks to Matt Miller for help in this broadcast.

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Barbara Kalen (photo courtesy of her family)
Barbara Kalen (photo courtesy of her family)
Barbara Kalen (photo courtesy of her family)

Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Fire Prevention Week in Haines. Skagway joins the protest on Wall Street. Remembering a beloved contributor to the arts. Haines Assembly turns down ATV ordinance, advances off-premises signs ordinance.

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