We’ll talk with author P.T. Custard, about her new children’s book, The Crowded Backyard, prior to Friday’s booksigning at Hearthside Books downtown; Aram Aghazarian and Jed Hancock-Brainerd will be here to talk about their roles in Perseverance Theatre’s production of The 39 Steps; we’ll highlight First Friday activities in the Senate Building with Alana Ballam-Schwann of Figment; Dianne Anderson and Mark Vinsel of the Juneau Artists Gallery; and we’ll get a preview of tonight’s/Wednesday’s Wildlife Wednesday program featuring Ernestine Hayes.
- Rural health aides have a long, successful history of improving access to health care in Alaska. Now, dental a program based on that model is improving oral care in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
- From midnight Monday through about 1 p.m. Tuesday, Ketchikan received more than 8 inches of rain.
- Canadian power company Hydro One isn't interested in selling Alaska Electric Light & Power Company. But the Juneau Assembly still wants to study the prospect of a municipal-owned utility.
- The Haines School has a new top administrator this year, but it isn't Rich Carlson’s first time in the district. He held the same position during the 2015-2016 school year and Carlson said it feels like he never left.