Jim Douglas of the University of Alaska’s Cooperative Extension service has some tips for keeping that lawn and garden fertilized during this wet weather. Also, some tiny pests continue making trouble in the area and there are still openings in the upcoming 4-H Camp.
- Alaska Division of Homeland Security and the Juneau Local Emergency Planning Committee hosted the event featuring earthquake simulator located in downtown Juneau.
- Lindemuth said social clubs are like any other place of business where marijuana consumption is not allowed by law.
- Nine communities around the state broke daily high temperature records Tuesday, including Kenai at 71 degrees, Bethel at 72 degrees and Anchorage at 74.
- Want to learn Tlingit? Sealaska Heritage Institute recently released two apps for just that.