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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.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    The earth is moving in Haines, but that doesn't mean the sky is falling. Haines P.O. inspects damage after a car drove into the front wall of the building. Sealaska Heritage Institute is accepting scholarship applications. Glacier Bears calling judges for the home drama, debate and forensics meet.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Wavering membership numbers affect private clubs nationwide, and in Haines (Richard). A Mosquito Lake business expands, brings on two bakers. Haines loses to Sitka at home and away. Skagway tournament begins in Prince of Wales this week.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    The Skagway School Board has some hard decisions to make, the Takshanuk Watershed Council is keeping an eye on water quality, a quick basketball preview, and cold weather is on the way.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    The Chilkoot Indian Association seeks state funding, a Skagway man has been arrested for providing alcohol to minors, the Sheldon museum has named its featured artists for 2012, and a unique duo will visit the Chilkat Center.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    The public speaks out for the Chilkat Center, a boat lies at the bottom of the Haines harbor, and the debate continues over heli-ski operators G.P.S. information.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    A tanker truck skirts disaster near Klukwan, a registered nurse in Haines is now a Certified Diabetes Educator, and the Conference of Young Alaskans(COYA) met in Juneau over the weekend.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    The SEARCH clinic in Klukwan will soon be fully staffed, a preview of the Haines assembly meeting, it's time to register your dog in Haines, and a recap of Haines Basketball from the weekend. We will have results from the Don Hather Memorial Basketball tournament in Skagway in Tuesday's news cast.

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    Broadcaster: Adam Richard
    Haines is without an important piece of snow removal equipment, the SE Alaska integrated plan was released in Juneau, the Haines library will be closing early 3 days a week, the Don Hather Memorial basketball tournament started in Skagway, and AT&T customers have cell service again.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    AT&T cellular customers remain without service. A new cruise ship announced itineraries with Haines and Skagway. A Haines man is reappointed by the Governor. Haines Alcohol Task Force brings their message to adults next. A preview of the first Don Hather Tournament without Don.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Skagway Assembly meets; will discuss fees for new funeral services in the Borough. Year-end reports from around the region, from Casey Kelly at KTOO and Ed Schoenfeld at CoastAlaska.