He’ll talk with young people involved in a radio drama project;
Rick Trostel will be here to highlight this weekend’s Latin Pops concerts by the Juneau Student Symphony;
We’ll get a preview of Sunday’s bluegrass concert by the Triple L Band and the Alaska String Band;
And Nancy DeCherney will give us the rundown on art happenings in the capital city during Arts Up.
- Alaskans would pay more in property taxes if the state government cuts the amount it pays to offset the debt to build schools.
- The stations at issue include KINY AM Juneau and KGTW FM Ketchikan.
- The State Department of Environmental Conservation says the company needs to be prepared to “evacuate the line,” which could include shutting down wells, by March 13th, depending on monitoring results.
- After years of work, ancestral remains from a 19th century settlement on Chirikof Island have returned home.