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Wednesday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Danny Peterson hosts.
We’ll talk to Beth Weigel about Saturday’s fundraiser for Lisa Morley;
We’’ get a preview of Ishmael Hope’s Thursday presentation at the Downtown Library, We Shall Imitate Our Grandparents;
Jess Brown will fill us in on the details about this weekend’s Hershey Track & Field Meet;
And we’ll talk to author Lynn Schooler and Diane Mayer from the Southeast Alaska Land Trust about Thursday’s Benefit presentation, Journeys Along the Lost Coast.
That, Writers Almanac, music and more, Wednesday at 3, on KTOO-FM.
- The cause of a Hoonah car crash that killed one is still unknown.
- An ambitious plan to develop agricultural land west of Nenana is on hold until the town can find another $5 million to complete work build a bridge across the Nenana River.
- Quintillion will begin work laying subsea fiber optic cable off Nome’s coast the first week of July.
- It was a landmark event for Buddhists from the state and around the world.