Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will be your host.
Damon Steubner will be here to highlight tonight’s presentation at UAS, featuring historical films about Alaska;
We’ll talk with Lee Stetson about his interpretive performance of John Muir Friday night at the downtown library;
Photographer/author Amy Gulick offers a preview of this week’s Friday Foreside Lecture at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center about the Center’s new exhibit;
Visiting Kennedy Center artists Randy Barron and Karen Erikson will be here to discuss ways the arts can be integrated with science and language arts.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Gov. Bill Walker put a hold on an administrative order he issued in February, saying he needed more stakeholder feedback.
- Hundreds of people gathered Thursday at Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve to celebrate the opening of a newly completed Huna Tribal House and the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary. But not everyone could make it. Tribal members and elected officials were stuck at the Juneau International Airport.
- "We’re all expecting to see this fiscal contraction and a reduction in economic indicators. But the reality is that what’s going on at the state level hasn’t hit the communities yet. It hasn’t hit Juneau yet," local analyst Meilani Schijvens says.
- 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.