As a special way of saying thanks, KTOO is doing a drawing for an iPad Air on June 30th. You are automatically entered in to the drawing if you are a sustaining member, or make a gift between now and the end of the month. That means it’s a great time to sign on a as a new member, or renew your gift. If you’d like to be eligible, but don’t want to contribute, just come by the business office between 10am and noon, Monday through Friday, and we’ll get your name entered.
The brand new iPad Air comes equipped with 64 gigs of storage and wifi capability.
- Residents across the Kenai Peninsula will soon vote on whether Homer Electric Association can operate without rate oversight from the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.
- Every fall, Nina Faust, co-founder of Kachemak Crane Watch, organizes a "citizen science" survey of the crane population on the southern Kenai Peninsula.
- Juneau's educators have been learning about the history and culture of Southeast Alaska's indigenous peoples through a Sealaska Heritage Institute program.
- Doyon, Alaska’s largest private landowner, qualified for a "small" business discount in a public airwaves auction, until the FCC ruled it didn't. Now it's in court.