Wednesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Ken Fix Hosts.
We’ll talk with Ati Nessia from AWARE about the Choose Respect march in Juneau;
We’ll find out about tonight’s/Wednesday’s public lecture & film on toxic chemicals, with guests Tracey Woodruff and Pam Miller;
We’ll get a preview of the music of Harrison B who will be performing an Alaska Originals concert Thursday night @360 North;
We’ll get the details on this week’s Early Learning Conference, with guests Joy Lyon and keynote speaker, Diana Wehrell-Grabowski.
We’ll talk with Shelley Gill, author of the new children’s book, ,Alaska’s Dog Heroes;
And we’ll get an update from Eaglecrest with Jeffra Clough.
- The Flame Refluxer is essentially a big copper blanket: think Brillo pad of wool sandwiched between mesh. Using it while burning off oil yields less air pollution and residue that harms marine life.
- High schoolers tackled a serious topic at this year's annual student government conference: gun violence at school. They listened to a presentation from an organization called Sandy Hook Promise learned about their peers efforts to prevent gun violence on campus.
- Visitors to military bases who don’t have compliant IDs will have to be accompanied by military personnel, which the leaders say will be impractical.
- Southeast Alaska’s independent ferry system is working its way out of a ridership slump. Numbers are up on the Hollis-to-Ketchikan route.