March’s Mudrooms, themed “Monsters,” will air tomorrow night on KTOO, 104.3 FM at 7 p.m. Tune in to hear 7-minute stories told by:
Tony Newman about his attempt to find his lost wedding ring;
Rudy Ascott on how an unofficial suicide attempt let him gain the controllers of Super Mario Brothers;
Vance Sanders with Lynn Schooler on the devastation of the Exon Valdez oil spill;
Amanda Compton whines about her fear of earth worms;
Pat Race tells about a college streaking experience;
Crystal Hudack talks about Word Monsters, and
Max Blust on real honest monsters.
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- More than 5,000 people may come to the Fairbanks area over the next four years as part of the move to base two squadrons of F-35 fighters at Eielson Air Force Base. The latest estimate announced Monday is well above the previous estimate of 3,500. The bigger population increase is expected to place a greater burden on local services.