Today at 3 p.m. on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will host. Katie Bausler will tell us about upcoming public programs at UAS; we’ll hear from Mary Walker, Executive Director of Stewards of Creation and Father Thomas Weise Parish Priest for Wrangell and Petersburg, who are conducting a series of workshops and panel discussion in Juneau on global climate change under the title One People, One Earth ; Jim Geraghty will tell us about this week’s fireside lecture at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor’s Center – he’ll be showing a photographic history of President Warren G. Harding’s 1923 visit to Alaska including a photo of the first Presidential visit to a glacier; and Steve Kocsis will introduce Dennis Mammana, whio will be delivering a program Monday night on photographing the Northern Lights at Marie Drake Planetarium. That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
- Juneau Bar Association asks Gov. Walker to consider geographic diversity before making his selection.
- Many of Alaska’s rural schools are not working. Low student performance and high teacher turnover are just two of more obvious indicators of problems in these mostly Native school districts. Those working in the schools say it’s time for radical changes.
- The festival sold out in record time this year.
- Inuit leaders and organizations from Canada have been lobbying the U.S. for the last year. Polar bear sport hunting is an important industry to the Inuit economy.