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Hoonah defendant to undergo another exam

Hoonah defendant to undergo another exam

John 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 vets

More 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 trial

John 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.

Hoonah loses beloved mayor Windy Skaflestad

A memorial service is planned for February 12th for former Hoonah Mayor Alf ‘Windy’ Skaflestad, who passed away last Saturday at the age of 75 after a long battle with prostate cancer.

Accused Hoonah shooter declared incompetent to stand trial

Accused Hoonah shooter declared incompetent to stand trial

John Marvin, Jr.’s trial on murder and weapons misconduct charges has been indefinitely postponed.

Native corporations and cultural sustainability

Native corporations and cultural sustainability

Alaska Native Corporations display a strong ethos of corporate responsibility, according to an anthropologist who studies the organizations.

Small pleasure craft rescued near Hoonah

It’s the second rescue this week of a pleasure craft stranded in Southeast waters.