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.
- It’s not clear how Gov. Bill Walker will respond to a spending plan that doesn’t address Alaska’s longterm state fiscal imbalance.
- Now, she’s trying to ignore the negative reactions to her involvement in the track meet and focus on the support she’s gotten. And she wants to share that message with people in similar situations.
- For decades, the Bristol Bay Borough School District has relied on a unique form of pupil transportation; a daily air charter brings students in the village of South Naknek to the north side of the river to attend school in Naknek.
- Around the country, houses, schools and shopping centers are being built on old oil and gas fields — and hidden underground are millions of abandoned wells that are not monitored for leaks.