Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Dr Elaine Schroeder and Gary Weglarz about an upcoming Bereavement Group which will begin March 26;
We’ll get the details on Tuesday night’s Mudroom event from Amanda Compton and Rich Moniak;
Kathy Ruddy and Mary Lou Gerbi will tell us about Mary Joyce’s induction into the Alaskan Women’s Hall of Fame and Mary Lou’s presentation Wednesday at noon at the State Historic Library;
Beverly Schoonover will be joined by Americorps volunteer christine Emoore to tell us about AmeriCorps week;
And learn about the upcoming High School Track and Field Season, with coaches Jannette Gagnon and Scott May and five athletes from JDHS and TMHS.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- Maine is among a handful of states putting limits on the painkiller dose that doctors can prescribe a patient. Some doctors and patients say the law is helping, while others say it goes too far.
- The results of Haines’ special recall election were certified Tuesday night. The effort to unseat Assembly members Heather Lende, Tresham Gregg and Tom Morphet failed, with about 60 percent voting against the recall.
- Voters will have a choice of candidates for mayor and for Borough Assembly in Petersburg this fall. The only two mayors of the Petersburg borough both filed to seek the mayor’s seat, Mark Jensen and Cindi Lagoudakis. Jensen resigned his seat in May with more than two years left to go in his term.
- The state's tax division aims to have its interpretation of the newest oil and gas tax credit bill out by January.