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Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 1

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 1

John Marvin, Jr. (right) and Grace Lee from the Public Defender’s office (center) both listen as District Attorney Dave Brower (left foreground) makes a point

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Hoonah double homicide trial to start Monday

John Marvin, Jr. is competent to stand trial. Superior Court Judge David George made that ruling on Friday afternoon after hearing from two psychologists give their opinion of Marvin.

Can small wood-gas systems lower energy costs?

Can small wood-gas systems lower energy costs?Sealaska, Southeast’s regional Native corporation, is testing wood-powered generators at a Hoonah mill. If they work, they could be used to reduce energy costs in other small Southeast cities.

Accused shooter’s mental competency questioned

An evidentiary hearing is scheduled for Friday morning in Juneau Superior Court in the state’s case against John Marvin, Jr. of Hoonah.

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Hoonah defendant to undergo another exam

Hoonah defendant to undergo another examJohn Marvin, Jr. stands trial on October 22nd for the alleged murder of two Hoonah police officers.

Suspected meth lab closed down

Two men arrested after police seized drug-making materials at the Hoonah lab.

Gas spill from fuel barge leaves sheen

A gasoline spill from a fuel barge being transported near the southeast Alaska community of Hoonah has caused a sheen in the water.

Alaska VA stands down for Southeast vets

Alaska VA stands down for Southeast vetsMore than 800 military vets attended the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs first ever "Stand Down" in Southeast Alaska last week.

Marvin declared competent to stand trial

Marvin declared competent to stand trialJohn Marvin, Jr. - the man accused of shooting and killing two Hoonah police officers nearly two years ago - has been declared competent to stand trial.

High-profile trials lined up for this fall

Two murder cases and a case alleging sexual abuse of a minor could preoccupy prosecutors and defenders.