We’ll learn about tomorrow night’s Evening at Egan presentation by David Tallmon on the Shifty Fishes of Auke Creek;
Nancy DeCherney will be here with Arts Up
We’ll find out about roller skating workshops for kids;
And we’ll get a preview of Saturday’s Coffee & Collection’s presentation on the City Museum’s exhibit on the history of the ANB
That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Canadian regulators say the Tulsequah Chief Project, near Juneau, has agreed to reduce pollution leaking into a nearby river. But the mine won’t have to restart a shuttered water-treatment plant.
- On the sidewalks, at the stores, at the bars, people have been talking about a loud sound they heard around 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Most have never heard anything like it before.
- A pilot program called Alaska Innovative Medicine in Anchorage is rounding out its first year trying to improve that journey for patients while also spending less on health care.
- Bonnie Carroll is a military widow who founded a service organization called TAPS to help family members of those who die in uniform.