Today at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll get an update on the One Million Bones Project and hear about some art activities for kids with guest, M K MacNaughtion;
Phoebe Rohrbacher will let us know about a movie being shown at the Gold Town tomorrow night at 7, How To Survive a Plague;
And we’ll learn about ORCA’s Adaptive Ski Program from guests Tristan Knudson-Lumbardo and Lindsay Hallvik, who coordinate and instruct ORCA’s programs.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more on A Juneau Afternoon, on KTOO-News.
- KTOO is carrying live NPR coverage of Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45 president of the United States beginning at 8 a.m. Friday. The event’s being held at U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
- The Juneau Assembly will be asked next week to approve $3.06 million in pay increases for employees at Bartlett Regional Hospital. That's after the city-owned hospital's board of directors approved a tentative agreement with its unionized workforce after more than a year of negotiations that ended with the help of federal mediators.
- Scientists recently announced they had found an Asian tapeworm species in pink salmon caught off the coast of the Kenai Peninsula. In a recent study, a team of scientists identified a Japanese broad tapeworm larva in pink salmon caught in Resurrection Creek near Hope. The study appears in the February issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
- An overdue snowmachiner, who was traveling to Fairbanks from Shungnak, by way of Huslia, has been found dead near Selawik Hot Springs. Travis Loughridge, 27, left Shungnak about noon Saturday and was expected to arrive in Fairbanks by Monday evening.