Pat Moore hosts today’s program.
He’ll talk with Katie Bausler, Public Relations Spokesperson at UAS about upcoming programs in UAS’s free Sound and Motion Series, and remind us that applications for scholarships are due next week;
Freelance artist and cartoonist Lee Post will drop by to highlight his children’s and teens cartooning classes Saturday and Sunday at the downtown and valley libraries;
Dr. Jamie Womble, National Park Service biologist, will tell us a little about her research tracking the moviements of Harbor Seals from Glacier Bay; she’ll present information from her studies of seals at tonight’s Fireside Lecture at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center;
And Monday Juneau Afternoon host Joan Pardes will drop by with Brownie Scout Troop 4036. They’ll sing a couple of samples from the singing valentines Juneau-ites can order up for their loved ones on Valentines Day. The young ladies will serenade, present a Valentine, and deliver a treat to your loved one – this is part of a fund-raiser to help the girls get to Whitehorse for a camping and horse-riding trip.
That, Writers Almanac, music and more, Wednesday at 3, on KTOO-FM.
- Lawmakers who represent areas outside Juneau receive $295 for each day of the special session. Juneau lawmakers receive $221.25 per day.
- Sixteen veterans of the Alaska Territorial Guard will be honored at a discharge ceremony today. Four of them are from Western Alaska.
- The historic houses in Juneau and Douglas were predominately built by miners and fishermen long before today's zoning was put into place. That's prevented homeowners from restoring or rebuilding homes in these neighborhoods without running into conflict with the city's zoning laws -- a temporary fix may be on the way.
- Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young wants to know why Americans are still fighting in Afghanistan. He has co-sponsored a bill that would end funding for the war in a year, unless the president and Congress affirm the need for it.