Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, our host Pat Moore will talk with Pat Race about the screening of the JUMP Society’s winter film fest at Tonight’s Sound and Motion presentation in the UAS lecture hall; we’ll hear from Magill Pratt about her Artist Talk on Wednesdays at the Canvas, Professor Eran Hood and Meteorologist Aaron Jacobs will give us a sneak preview of tonight’s Fireside Lecture at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center where they’ll talk about last July’s two-day glacier-fed flood in Juneau; and singer-sognwriter Hobo Jim will tell us about the fundraiser he’s doing on behalf of the Mendenhall Flying Lions Club Friday and Szaturday night at Marlentini’s. That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
- However, the Juneau Police Department continues to take anonymous drops in its lobby during regular business hours Monday through Friday.
- "Suffice to say Alaska, the massive state with such a small population, might have a bigger influence on the selection for the Republican nominee for the presidency, than you might think," said GOP Chairman Peter Goldberg.
- The first sighting of wood bison calves born in the wild could mean big changes in the ecosystem of western Alaska.
- The aspiring distiller behind Skagway Spirits hopes to open its doors this year, and to be bottling and fully open for business by next summer.