Preliminary election results are in.
Fledgling Skagway-based non-profit Mission Objective Outdoors (MOO) brought five veterans, all Purple Heart recipients, down from Fairbanks to Skagway for a weekend getaway in mid-September.
The Municipality of Skagway, assisted by a traffic specialist from the National Park Service, is once more examining traffic and pedestrian flow during the summer season.
Each year over a million visitors travel to Alaska on cruise ships, which are essentially floating resorts.
Skagway’s volleyball team is set to hit its first competition of the season, and will go to the Haines Jamboree with a team over double the size of the previous year.
Residents and members of the Traditional Council stand by bags of trash cleaned up at Nahku Bay after the council’s Nahku and Dyea Flats cleanup effort on Sept. 18.
This week in Borough Briefs the assembly selects three candidates to move forward in the borough manager hiring process, discussion is held regarding Ore Terminal Basin remediation and the municipality looks to lease a parking lot from White Pass.
On July 31, the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad was officially sold to new owners – a consortium including Ketchikan-based Survey Point Holdings and Carnival Corporation & plc.
The ships are gone. The seasonal workers are gone.