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Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

Capital budgets for the Upper Lynn Canal; Skagway Arts Festival and Folk Festival this weekend; Buddy Tabor and Barb Kalen are remembered.

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Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

Skagway Elks extend an invitation to Haines Elks

The budget is up for review at the Skagway Assembly Meeting

The capital budget holds millions for Southeast Alaska roads and harbors.

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Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer. With a report from Casey Kelly.

Haines students win an award for their service project. Skagway students travel for American history. Coeur d' Alene Mines focuses on its Berners Bay operation.

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 Broadcaster: Margaret Friedenauer

The Haines Elks Lodge closes. A public workshop Tuesday in Haines will discuss Chilkoot River corridor management and imporovements. Local Democrats caucus. Cub Scouts derby races.

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 Broadcaster:  Tara Bicknell

Meeting Margaret Friedenauer.  Chinook regulations for sport anglers this month.  Parnell speaks in Juneau (Schoenfeld).  Fire Marshal says five Whitehorse carbon monoxide poisoning deaths were accidental.

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Anna Jacobson hits the jump at the Big Air (photo by Amy Dunbar)

 Broadcaster:  Tara Bicknell

Skagway Borough meets Thursday, recycling cartridges helps raise money in Skagway (Wiley).  Sealaska looks again at term limits (Schoenfeld). The Alaska Flag Song's second verse (Kelly). Storytelling is still alive in Haines.

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Skagway FD conducts first rescue of the year (photo by T. Bicknell)

 Broadcaster:  Tara Bicknell

A state ferry stalls in Skagway.  Hundreds gathered for Clan Conference (Ronco).  Skagway handles the first rescue of the year.  Snowboarders from four to 26 years old caught big air in this year's jump competition.

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 Broadcaster: Adam Richard

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial the "Moving Wall" is coming to Haines, Alaska saw an increase in visitors but they didn't come by car or ferry, and Alaska's unemployment rates continue to drop.

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 Broadcaster:  Tara Bicknell

A special edition of news for your enjoyment this April 1st.  Thank you to those who helped with this news cast. 

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Broadcaster: Tara Bicknell
Clan Conference brings discussion on Native heritage. Subsistence fisheries news (Schoenfeld). Skagway marches for respect (Wiley). A new ferry for southern Southeast (Liechtenstein). Ladies have a new division in the Big Air.

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