Henry Leasia, KHNS - Haines
The artwork of a Tlingit artist from Juneau will be featured on a new postage stamp set for distribution next year.
American travelers on their way to Alaska were found to have been at a restaurant without proper masking and in close contact with others inside the restaurant.
The man donned a Donald Trump mask and drove a car that had been cut in half. A week later, local police cited the man, who has a history of seizures, for driving without a license.
Starting July 31, people driving to Alaska from the Lower 48 will only be able to enter Canada through one of five border crossings
Fruit trees are an easy target for black bears, who can become accustomed to easy food in residential areas.
Only one cruise line has expressed interest in visiting Haines this summer, but the Assembly voted to request that no ships visit until further notice.
The Centers for Disease Control implemented a no-sail order for cruise ships that carry more than 250 passengers, but smaller lines are hoping they can get local permission to sail as early as June.
Detractors said Schnabel improperly directed municipal workers to sand and plow a private road leading to a trailer park she owns. She admitted that was wrong. She was also criticized for confronting a business owner over not wearing a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
McNamara, who lived in Haines since 2005, also had a role in the Star Wars movie "Return of the Jedi" where he stood in for the character of Chewbacca.
The award for an artist's lifetime of work comes with a $40,000 payout.
In Southeast Alaska, some schools have used the Alaska Marine Highway System to transport the food from Juneau. But that's not happening now.
When seniors need to get to Juneau for those specialized appointments they have to travel by boat or plane. If they have mobility issues that limits their transportation options.
Team Alaska’s winning snow sculpture depicted a bear bursting out of the backside of a camper. (Photo courtesy of Team Alaska) A team of snow carvers from Skagway...
Engine trouble on the Matanuska has stranded travelers in the Upper Lynn Canal. Communities, local businesses, a state senator, and the Department of Transportation put together a scheme to get almost everyone home.
According to Haines Borough Police Chief Heath Scott, the department received 182 bear-related calls in 2019. That is more than double the number of bear-related calls they received the previous year.
This Southeast Alaska town has convened a task force to deal with its marauding, dumpster-flipping bears
Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Management Biologist Carl Koch estimates there were 12 to 15 bears roaming Haines this fall. “You couldn’t imagine how many dumpsters were flipped," he said. "Ten to 15 dumpsters."
Owner Larry Persily chose Gretchen Wehmhoff and Melinda Munson of Chugiak from 200 people who wanted to run Skagway's newspaper. They learned about the opportunity through an article in the Anchorage Daily News.
Only four of the 11 state-owned ferries are currently in service, and the limited sailing schedule not only affects passengers but ferry employees as well.