Articles from the November 10, 2021 edition

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  • Canadian snowbirds ready to flock across U.S. border

    The Associated Press|Nov 10, 2021

    By Anita Snow and Terry Tang The Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) - Canadians Ian and Heather Stewart are savoring the idea of leaving behind this winter's subzero temperatures when the U.S. reopens its borders to nonessential land travel this week and they launch a long-delayed drive to their seasonal home in Fort Myers, Florida. Restrictions imposed by both countries during the coronavirus pandemic and their own concerns kept the retired couple and millions of other Canadians from driving south...

  • Haines looks forward to Canadian visitors as border opens

    The Associated Press|Nov 10, 2021

    After more than 18 months without Canadian visitors, Haines could see an influx of RV traffic and coho fishermen this week. The U.S.-Canada border reopened for fully vaccinated Canadians on Monday. With coho still running and Yukoners long cut off from the sea, the quiet days of the pandemic in Haines could be waning. “Be prepared to maybe see a bunch of RVs,” said Haines Borough tourism director Steven Auch. “We’re looking forward to finally getting to see our friends we’ve been separated from forcibly for so long,” said Alaska Rod’s co-ow...

  • NTSB finds multiple factors in 2019 Aleutians plane accident

    The Associated Press|Nov 10, 2021

    JUNEAU (AP) — The braking system on a plane carrying 42 people that overran a runway at Unalaska in 2019, killing a passenger, was compromised by anti-skid sensors that were not correctly wired, the National Transportation Safety Board determined. The incorrect wiring likely occurred during an overhaul at the landing gear manufacturer’s facility in 2017, but it was not discovered until after the accident, the Nov. 2 report said. The system “does not generate a fault (warning) based on incorrect wiring,” the report said. Also, the plane was not...

  • Police report

    Nov 10, 2021

    Monday, Nov. 1 Agency assist: Ambulance. Agency assist: Alaska State Troopers. Dog complaint. Parking complaint. Failure to yield to bus. Tuesday, Nov. 2 Violation of conditions of release: Unfounded. Traffic stop: Citation issued for speeding. Traffic stop. Agency assist: Hoonah Police Department. Suspicious circumstance. Wednesday, Nov. 3 Traffic stop: Verbal warning for faulty trailer lights. Suspicious circumstance. Agency assist: Ambulance requested. Parking complaint. Traffic: Citation issued for diving without a valid license. Agency...

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