We’ll talk with Mark Whitman about his historical presentation, The Birch Brothers;
David Ottoson, from Rainbow Foods, will be here with details about the film, GMO-OMG, showing Wednesday at the Gold Town Theatre;
We’ll learn about this Friday’s KXLL Zombie Walk;
And we’ll get the details about the upcoming JDHS presentation of Almost, Maine.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more – all on Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon.
- Scattered throughout Alaska are hundreds of pieces of land that have been transferred to Alaska Native Corporations by the federal government.Some came with contamination. Getting them cleaned up has been a decades long process, and a new report catalogs those contaminated sites, but leaves some questions about who will orchestrate cleanup – and when.
- A bullet struck a Juneau school bus with two students aboard it Wednesday, according to a news release from Juneau Police Department.
- The cast and crew of the American Public Media program “A Prairie Home Companion” cruised to Alaska this summer.
- Skagway School went through a restructuring this year. An influx in students enabled the school to create single-grade classrooms in the elementary school, increase Spanish and music classes, and start an accelerated learning program. It also opened space for three new teachers.