Category: News

Fall/winter ferry schedule expected out in mid-July

By Larry Persily The Alaska Marine Highway System expects to have its draft fall/winter 2019/2020 schedule available for public comment in mid-July — about six weeks later than last year due to budget uncertainty. Gov. Mike...

No injuries from small fire after oil leak in train engine

By Leigh Armstrong An oil leak in a train engine caught fire on Monday but had extinguished itself by the time Skagway firefighters arrived. The train was carrying passengers  but the small fire never escaped the engine and...

Five tips for keeping your dogs safe when hiking in the heat

By Lilly Milman With the warm weather and a wide breadth of trails at your disposal, it’s tempting to head down to the Dewey Lake Trail System to enjoy the fresh air with your dog. A few safety precautions will help make it an...

Electronic sign tracks State Street speeders

By Leigh Armstrong In response to complaints of speeding on State Street, Skagway police put up an electronic speed-tracking sign near the Garden City RV Park that displays miles per hour. They put up the sign the week of June...

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