Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts;
We’ll continue our FISH-101 series by talking to Julianne Curry, from the United Fishermen of Alaska;
La Rea Jones and Leslie Wood will come in to tell us about the Music on the Fly concert Sunday from 6:45-7:45 Sunday evening at the Juneau International Airport;
We’ll talk with Claire Richardson about Saturday’s Starr Hill Summer Potluck;
Jerry Harmon will be here to highlight this weekend’s Gold Rush Days;
We’ll find out about the music and food you’ll find at this week’s Food Truck Friday and Music On The Fly.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- For five years, Sharon Livingston has organized “Camp A”, where first-, second- and third-graders immerse themselves in traditional stories, crafts and foods. By encouraging kids to explore Unangan culture, she said they learn to see the value in cultures of all kinds.
- The National Transportation Safety Board is looking into the safety of Alaska skies during a hearing will take all today. The NTSB is looking into the wider issues surrounding the continued persistence of high numbers of accidents involving small planes and air taxis in Alaska.
- The Sun’aq Tribe won a grant to study the kind of threat that invasive crayfish in Alaska pose to subsistence resources. The award was announced Tuesday.
- After a contentious recall vote Tuesday, three embattled Haines Borough Assembly members will continue to serve out their terms. Nearly 60 percent of Haines voters rejected the allegations of official misconduct.