We’ll talk to Chris Taylor, from The Canvas, about upcoming art classes;
Eric Boraas, from Trail Mix, will be here to highlight Saturday’s National Trails Day;
We’ll remember the sinking of the Princess Sophia, with Mary Lou Spartz and 3 guests from Canada;
And Steve Kocsis will be here with a preview of the Tuesday night Planetarium Presentation, The Art of the Aurora.
That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- Alaska U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she needs time to review a health care bill drafted by fellow Republicans to understand its effects.
- Advocacy group Alaska Trails sent a letter to let Gov. Bill Walker know that transportation funds are at risk. Alaska returned $2.6 million to the U.S. Department of Transportation last September.
- The Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association has been trying to move a majority of its net pens in the Tutka Bay Lagoon to the head of Tutka Bay for about four years. The hotly debated issue has led to packed community meetings and questions about the impact of raising fish in the area.
- A lot of science involves happy accidents. A retired scientist from Oregon stepped off the ferry in Sitka late last month, and on a hunch decided to look around the woods for an old friend.