Day: January 29, 2016

Haines Glacier Bears Boys vs. Metlakatla Chiefs 29 January 2016

Quarter 1 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-BOYS-v-met-1-29-16-Q1.mp3 Quarter 2 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-BOYS-v-met-1-29-16-Q2.mp3 Quarter 3 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-BOYS-v-met-1-29-16-Q3.mp3 Quarter 4 and Summary https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-BOYS-v-met-1-29-16-Q4.mp3 Final Score: Haines 44, Metlakatla 84 Announcing By Lyle...

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Haines Glacier Bears Girls vs. Metlakatla Miss Chiefs 29 January 2016

Quarter 1 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-GIRLS-v-met-1-29-16-Q1.mp3 Quarter 2 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-GIRLS-v-met-1-29-16-Q2.mp3 Quarter 3 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-GIRLS-v-met-1-29-16-Q3.mp3 Quarter 4 https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bball-Hns-GIRLS-v-met-1-29-16-Q4.mp3 Final Score: Metlakatla 50, Haines 34 Announcing By Lyle...

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After sporadic start, Klukwan preschool going strong

After a rocky first few months, the new preschool program at Klukwan School is running well. Six 3-and-4-year-olds attend the Tuesday-through-Thursday morning program to play and learn with teacher Jeanne Kitayama. Klukwan School hopes the state grant-funded preschool continues in years to come, because it could help keep enrollment up at the small school. https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/29KlukwanPreschoolwINTRO.mp3   “What makes green? Blue and…?” Kitayama asks. “Red!” one child responds. The students are learning about colors today. Kitayama puts a few drops of blue and yellow food coloring in a sandwich bag of white rice, and zips it closed. Then, the children get to...

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KHNS News – Jan. 29, 2016

https://khns.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/29newscast.mp3 Committee works toward property tax incentive policy; Concerns over ‘sloppy democracy’ prompt committee to recommend bolstering public information; Halibut commission boosts coast-wide catch...

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Concerns about ‘sloppy democracy’ prompt committee to recommend bolstering public information

A Haines Borough Assembly committee is recommending adjustments to the way committees put out information about their discussions and decisions. The changes were prompted by citizen concerns about inconsistent public information. About a dozen borough and standing committees delve into and make recommendations about everything from tourism to land development. What Dana Hallett is concerned about is whether those committees give enough information to the public before and after each meeting. “This inconsistency has led to what I think is sloppy democracy,” Hallett said. Hallett evaluated what information four standing committees put out before and after meetings. He found that...

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