Rich Carlson, a Juneau retiree, has been named the interim superintendent of the Haines Borough School District. The news was first reported by the Chilkat Valley News in its July 9 edition.
Following the publication of a June 10 article on Kake's totem pole, the Capital City Weekly received additional information on the carvers who worked on the project, provided by Alaska Indian Arts in Haines.
During this year's abbreviated session of the Alaska Legislature, lawmakers couldn't pass a complete budget. The Alaska House didn't have enough votes to tap the state's Constitutional Budget Reserve.
HEATHER LENDE LAUNCHES BOOK TOUR CCW staff report Heather Lende will launch her Southeast book tour this week to spread the word about her newest work: "Find The Good: Unexpected Life Lessons from a Small-Town Obituary Writer.
Haines author Heather Lende will be in Juneau this weekend as part of her Southeast book tour following the publication of her latest work, "Find The Good: Unexpected Life Lessons from a Small-Town Obituary Writer.
...The Good" is about the lessons Lende has learned from investigating people's lives as an obituary writer for the Chilkat Valley News in Haines. Details: http://www.heatherlende.com/
Radio, print and Internet news agencies from across Southeast Alaska collected a wide range of awards at the annual Alaska Press Club ceremony, held Saturday in Anchorage.
On March 5 in Haines, as reported by the Chilkat Valley News, a dog on a daytime walk with its owner was attacked and eaten by a wolf that appeared to be starving.In the last month in Juneau...
This Monday, during a hike with my brothers, we came across fresh tracks of wolves. Three or four had milled around the trail before heading off into the dark woods. There was something electric knowing they were nearby, perhaps watching and listening.
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