Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
He’ll talk with Andy Kline, director, and Kari Groven, Producer of this year’s Wearable Art extravaganza which opens Saturday night;
Jeremy Johnson will be here with details about Community Emergency Response Team training, which begins a six-session training sequence tonight at Hagevig Fire Training Center;
We’ll learn about the Tuesday night Yoga For Children class at Northern Light United Church led by guest Maria Offer;
And Micaela Moore will bring cast members Cheyenne Siverly, Ben Krall, and Brita Fagerstrom to highlight the upcoming JDHS production of Annie, which opens Friday night at 7;
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is included on a list of city-run facilities that could close. What would happen to the 85,000 items in its collection?
- The union representing Haines municipal employees has filed a grievance against the borough on behalf of police officers. The grievance stems from Assembly member Tom Morphet’s decision to publicize accusations against the police department at an Assembly meeting earlier this month.
- House Bill 211 sponsored by Kiana Democrat Dean Westlake met opposition in a House session early Monday afternoon.
- The legislation would close a quarter of the gap between what the state government spends and what it raises.