Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll learn about Career Education opportunities at UAS from Pete Traxler, who teaches in construction classes;
Dean Guaneli and Christine Crooks will be here to highlight his First Friday exhibit of his recent ceramic work at the Franklin Street Gallery;
Ben Huff will give us an audio snapshot of his solo show of photographs of the Alaska Haul Road, and Drew Michael will be here to talk about his solo show of carved masks, both opening this afternoon at the Alaska State Museum.;
And, we’ll get a preview of tonight’s Fireside lecture about Earthquakes & Tsunamis in Southeast Alaska, with Juneau’s Emergency Programs Manager, Tom Mattice;
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, music and more, Friday on KTOO-News.
- Sponsors of a voter initiative to ban commercial marijuana businesses in the City of Fairbanks submitted over 500 signatures Friday in an effort to get the measure on the fall 2017 ballot.
- Enrollment numbers have increased in two of the three schools and the district welcomes several newcomers to its faculty. Combined enrollment at the three schools is an estimated 473 students to start off the year, up from 431 just two years ago.
- The series of simulated drills was known as the Arctic Chinook exercise and wrapped Thursday morning in Kotzebue, according to a Coast Guard press release.
- Scientists are trying to learn how to prevent botulism in seal oil, a main ingredient in many traditional Alaska Native foods.