Pat Moore will host. He’ll talk with Scott Carlee, Curator of the State Museum, about his recent Museums Alaska award and four openings which will take place at the State Museum this Friday, November 4; we’ll learn about Hospice, the law, and end of life issues with guests, Vance Sanders, Hal Geiger, and Judith Morley; Hal will comment on a recent book written in Juneau, When You’re Not Here. Dave McKenna, JDHS Head Hockey Coach, will be here to spotlight the season which starts Friday night against Delta Junction; and we’ll find out about the school district’s energy conservation program, with guest, Adrianne Schwartz, the Juneau School District’s Energy Education Specialist.
- 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.
- While millions of Americans went out of their way to travel somewhere to watch Monday’s eclipse for a few minutes, a few people took to the skies to watch it for hours.
- Juneau-based water testing company Admiralty Environmental said preliminary results show E. coli, a type of fecal coliform bacteria associated with human or animal waste, is present in the water.
- Skagway court has been without a local judicial officer. And that position isn’t set to be filled any time soon. Court system officials say the long-term plan is for a magistrate judge in Haines to handle cases from both Upper Lynn Canal communities.