We’ll learn about the upcoming Thunder Mountain High School production of The Three Musketeers;
Geoff Kirsch and Frank Katasse will give us the details about Saturday’s Juneau Douglas Little Theater’s Writer’s Workshop;
We’ll get a preview of Perseverance Theater’s current production, God of Carnage;
Carin Smolin will be here to discuss Career and Technical Education activities;
And we’ll get an update on Saturday’s Emergency Preparedness Expo, with guest Tom Mattice.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more – all on Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon.
- Capital City Fire/Rescue Chief Rich Etheridge saying no citizen injuries have been reported. Firefighters are working the scene.
- The fate of the state’s budget remains uncertain. It remains to be seen how the House and Senate will go about negotiating compromises.
- The interview process to choose Haines’ next municipal leader began Monday morning. Local residents Debra Schnabel and Brad Ryan are the two finalists for the borough manager job. They answered questions from borough staff — their potential employees — during the first round of interviews.
- About 30 different organizations and individuals put the fair together, including environmentalists and wildlife advocates.