Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Amber Morgan will be here with details about this year’s Helping Hands Toy Drive and other holiday-season fund raising drives and food collections;
We’ll hear from Karissa Sleppy about Tidal Echoes;
We’ll highlight high school hockey with members of the Juneau High School Hockey team. Cole Cheeseman, Todd Baseden, and Kevin Sigler will tell us about the upcoming games tonight and Saturday agains Chugiak.
We’ll get a preview of the City Museum’s Saturday Coffee & Collections program on Sydney Laurence when Public Programs Director Kimberly Naylor brings in Geologist Mike Blackwell, historian Jim Geraghty, and naturalist Richard Carstensen, who will give a presentation at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Saturday on Sydney Laurence’s Southeast Alaska painings.
And we’ll learn about a group of JDHS students studying poetry who will read at a poetry slam at 6 tonight. We’ll get previews of the poems by freshmen Amy Spenzer, Ashlee Carella, Briana Siebenpiper, and Alize Arthur.
That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
- A National Weather Service meteorologist says warm ocean temperatures and less sea ice suggest this year's winter could be close to normal.
- Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has ordered that Native communities and their traditional ecological knowledge be considered in future federal land management decisions.
- The first marijuana shop in the state has its license to open and it's in Skagway. The Remedy Shoppe must now wait for the state to give the green light to marijuana testing facilities before its shelves are stocked.
- Sen. Dan Sullivan said he is trying to make Congress aware of more than 30 villages that still don't have running water or sewers.