Take a look back at the year in Skagway through pictures, and this year-ender wrap up:
Skagway seniors rallied in a planning effort for a permanent senior center.
Peyton Rodig and Tatum Sager are students participating in the academic extra-curriculars Skagway School has made an effort to strengthen and expand.
Brittney Thomas became the first female exalted ruler of the Skagway Elks.
The Skagway News was sold to new owners.
Cody Jennings took over as Skagway’s new tourism director.
The hooligan run was especially strong in the Taiya River this spring.
Tourists walk from the first cruise ship in Skagway’s 2015 season, the Celebrity Solstice.
Letishia Moore and Jennifer Ozuzun are two of the seasonal business workers who come to Skagway in the summer. (Emily Files)
The municipality held public meetings on the tidelands lease proposed with White Pass.
Google Street View announced plans to map the Chilkoot Trail.
Michaela Stidman is a new teacher at Skagway School.
Mark Schaefer ran for re-election as mayor. Voters elected him over challenger Roger Griffin.
Skagway residents cast votes on Oct. 6. Voters rejected the proposed tidelands lease.
Enrollment at Skagway School surpassed 100.
Skagway School DDF team makes a comeback.
A 3D rendering of the Gateway Project, which includes a floating cruise ship dock. The assembly voted to halt design work on the project, following the lease rejection from voters.
The Santa Train marked the end of 2015. (This picture is from 2014)