Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Maybelle Filler with SEARHC will explain the Mental Health First Training she’ll be delivering Wednesday, February 5 at the Tlingit and Haida Vocational Training Center;
Regina Fallache will be here to highlight Saturday afternoon’s DAR Genealogy Workshop from 3-4 at the Valley Library;
We’ll get a preview of the Friday Fireside Lecture about Lituya Bay, with guest Lynn Schooler;
Shawn Eisele will preview next week’s Discovery Southeast’s BackCountry Film Festival;
and Laura Haywood will drop by to tell us about Sunday’s Juneau Cabaret in the 2nd Floor Ballroom at Rockwell beginning at 7 p.m.
- Southeast’s largest tribal organization will soon be able to offer an alternative to the court system for some criminal cases.
- Joe Nelson of Juneau said many in the delegation felt strongly that the position should be filled by a tribal representative.
- The Presbyterian Church officially apologized to indigenous people across the country during a gathering of Alaska Native people this weekend. For decades the church took part in the forced removal of children from their homes and families.
- Polls show the presidential race is unusually tight in Alaska. Juneau residents attending two election events shared their opinions on the polls and the candidates.