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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
    Fewer Panthers, but more opportunities, at Skagway School this year. Southeast Alaskans react to the new ferry schedule (Schoenfeld). Get your junk together: It's the annual scrap metal drive in Haines.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Haines voters will have a lot to decide on the October ballot. Skagway voters ... not so much. More than 600 signatures turned in against two Haines Assembly members. The candidate list is final in Skagway. Sealaska teams up with Clorox on a new project (Schoenfeld).

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    A Glacier Bear returns from playing ball for scouts. The Tongass Futures Roundtable loses more support (Kelly). A local group brings estate-planning help to residents. Ron Horn photography exhibit opening Friday.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Tax for tourism will not be on Haines' October ballot. Assembly approves SEABA permit. New ferry schedule is opening for public comment, and local residents will be spared the latest Fairweather issues (Schoenfeld). Troopers surmise murder in a remote Southeast town (Viechnicki). Golfers help in the fight against breast cancer.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Pullen opens to Skagway anglers for Chinook fishing. Environmental Protection Agency fines a Haines company after a long cleanup project. A Haines artist is in Wrangell helping with an historic restoration (Duren). School is not yet beginning, but Glacier Bears and Panthers are already at work (Jacobson).

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    A young local heals in Anchorage, after surviving a late-night party accident. Road work begins this week in downtown Haines. A mining talk offers resources to locals. United Way that serves locals has a new leader (Schoenfeld). Haines Borough Assembly considers a heli-ski permit renewal and tourism tax.

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    Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
    Commercial crab is safe to eat, but tests show the guts are still toxic. A Southeast Alaska-wide energy solution checks in with the northern Lynn Canal. Court of Appeals will not take up the State of Alaska’s latest petition in the Juneau Access case (Kelly).

Shrink Rap

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    " In Your Face" - relational dynamics we experience in a small town and how we handle it all."

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    "Relational Experience - key to success and working through conflict"

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    Coming and Going: the stress and issues involved with moving.

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