Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll get a preview of Saturday’s Saxophone Showcase Concert at Northern Light United Church with guests Greg Frank, Erik Hedstrom, Keila Dubois, Todd Hunt;
Sitka artist Nicholas Galanin will be here to highlight his show at the Alaska State Museum, The State of Being, Displaced;
Judy Crondahl will drop in to fillus in on the Jean Rogerss celebration to be held Sunday at the Jacc, starting at 2 p.m.;
We’ll find out about Fall Classes and Enrollment Day at UAS from Katie Bausler of the UAS staff;
And we’ll get the details about this year’s STAR program at Perseverance Theatre from Ruth Kostik;
That, Writer’s Almanac, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Hilcorp recently informed state regulators that the company is unlikely to begin repairs on a gas leak in Cook Inlet until mid- to late March, according to a letter obtained by Alaska's Energy Desk through a public records request.
- At a meeting in Anchorage Friday with elected officials from around the Arctic, Murkowski said she's fielding questions about potential changes in U.S. policy.
- As lawmakers in Juneau consider changes to the state’s oil tax credit system, they’re facing stiff opposition from oil companies. Several industry representatives testified before lawmakers this week. Those representatives are calling the changes proposed in House Bill 111 a tax increase. And they also say it could affect their investment decisions.
- Former Juneau representative to Alaska House of Representatives helped block capital move efforts, and worked on legislation creating the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge and allowing for public employee collective bargaining.