Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon,
We’ll get the details about tonight’s magic show by Farrell Dillon;
We’ll talk with Christie NaMee Ericksen about the re-opening of the Postal Contract Station downtown;
And Ben Cort will be here with a preview of his presentation tonight @360 on his experiences with substance abuse.
Tonight at 7, on KTOO-NEWS, a live broadcast of the regular meeting of the CBJ Assembly.
- Walker said the state government risks spending all of its savings if it denies there’s a problem and hopes for oil prices to rise.
- Newtok had hoped President Obama would declare a major disaster on its behalf before leaving office. A disaster declaration would have unlocked federal relief funding that could be used for relocation.
- Brad Snow and his girlfriend Lilly Allen were living on the Yukon River when writer John McPhee came through. Snow and McPhee spent four days together in a canoe.
- The Republican-led Senate majority is more focused on cutting spending to close the state’s budget deficit than the new mostly Democratic House majority or independent Gov. Bill Walker.