Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Alida Bus and Amanda Tatter will tell us about Wednesday night’s Mudrooms event;
We’ll hear about Wednesday’s noontime Southeast Master Gardeners Workshop on Growing Hardy Primroses and Blue Poppies from Seed from gardening expert Ed Buyarski;
Letasha McCoy of the Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority will tell us about the Energey Cents Program she coordinates throughout Southeast Alaska as Pat Moore continues his series of discussions on Sustainability for Juneau;
And George Gress, a teacher from Floyd Dryden Middle School will tell us about the Blended Learning Pilot Program where some Floyd Dryden students are receiving a portion of their instruction via self-paced computerized delivery;
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
- The Legislature hasn't addressed the capital budget, or other important issues facing the state’s future.
- Search-and-rescue efforts were under way Friday for a 21-year-old Hydaburg man whose empty boat was found floating off Prince of Wales Island on Thursday evening.
- After weeks of deadlock, Washington lawmakers could be close to reaching an agreement in principle on a state budget, House and Senate budget writers said Friday.
- Deadheading wilted blooms or bulging seed pods allows some plants to devote their energy to perpetuation instead of propagation.