We’ll find out about an upcoming Fishing Vessel Conductor Training Course;
We’ll get the details about next week’s Conference of Tlingit Tribes & Clans;
Author Kij Johnson will be here with a preview of her Presentation on Friday at UAS;
We’ll learn about Lewy Body Dementia, with guest speaker, Dr. Maureen Nash;
And Ryan Scott from the State Department of Fish & Game to highlight Wednesday’s workshop on Sharing Juneau’s Trails.
That, Writers Almanac, music and more, Wednesday at 3, on
- Sealaska officials say investments in two seafood processors will help drive future earnings. But a critic doubts they will make much money.
- The Port of Nome could face negative net revenues by 2035 if it doesn’t begin increasing rates annually, according to a new analysis from Cordova Consulting.
- University of Alaska campuses are bracing for change as UA faces up to $22 million in cuts from the state. University administration are entertaining several different long-term options to reduce the costs, which it is calling Strategic Pathways. Some of the options would could have profound effects on higher education in rural Alaska.
- Right now, there are four different alternatives being considered for dealing with the Red Devil Mine.