Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll get a preview of tonight’s concert starting at 7 p.m. at Northern Light United Church when the Juneau Folk Festival hosts musicians Cahalen Morrison and Eli West;
Steve Kocsis will fill us in on tonight’s Planetarium presentation on his experience viewing seven total solar eclipses;
Jenna Gonzales Smith will talk about her collage art using articles from nature – she’s opening a show Friday at the JAHC;
And we’ll meet Brita Fagerstrom, who’s one of the students representing JDHS in the regional Poetry Out Loud event to be held Wednesday at JDHS.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- Commercial fisheries in Southeast Alaska have survived two years of state budget cuts but not without some changes. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Division of Commercial Fisheries has cut some positions, ended some monitoring programs, and found some new funding sources.
- Alaska National Parks can hire the hundreds of seasonal employees they need to keep up with summer operations. Seasonal staffing was thrown into limbo when President Donald Trump ordered a federal hiring freeze in January. After about a month of questions and waiting,
- Lindemuth has been in the position since Craig Richards resigned in June.
- Juneau grappled with the water fluoridation debate a decade ago and ultimately decided to scrap fluoride. Dentists say cavities in youngsters appear to be rising though there's been no hard data to confirm this trend.