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Survey asks residents their priorities for the waterfront

As part of the upcoming port development plan, the borough’s consultant, Bermello Ajamil and Partners, is surveying Skagway residents on what they would like to see for waterfront use and development. Bermello has been working...

Clinic helps locals sign up for Affordable Care Act coverage

By Lilly Milman The deadline is approaching for Americans to sign up for health care insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and Skagway’s Dahl Memorial Clinic has scheduled two sessions to assist people in applying: 6 to...

School robotics team will compete in Whitehorse and Juneau

Skagway’s middle school First Lego League robotics team is getting set for a scrimmage in Whitehorse on Nov. 29-30, as well as a regional meet at Juneau on Dec. 14. The scrimmage in Whitehorse is based around team building, STEM...

Annual award honors standout volunteer in community

By Lilly Milman The annual nomination period for the Helen B. Clark Community Volunteer Award is open until Saturday, Nov. 30. The honor, now in its 34th year, is awarded for a resident’s significant volunteer work in Skagway....

Skagway volleyball squad loses at Southeast

Skagway’s Lady Panthers couldn’t make the cut for the state championship during the Region 2A volleyball tournament in Wrangell on Nov. 18-20. Skagway lost both its matches in the double-elimination competition. The high school...

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