Juneau Afternoon – 7/7/14

Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon,

We’ll talk with the United Way’s Wayne Stevens about their Community Impact Grants;

Keith Karpstein, from the Department of Transportation, will be here to highlight Tuesday’s Open  House  regarding Mendenhall Loop Road Improvements;

We’ll find out about the upcoming OysterFest;

And we’ll find out about efforts to increase voter turnout.

That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music & more on A Juneau Afternoon.

Tonight at 7, on KTOO-NEWS, the premiere of a new series, One Jew, One Lutheran, One Hour.

Recent headlines

  • Arctic Chinook exercise concludes

    Coast Guard wraps up Arctic exercises

    The series of simulated drills was known as the Arctic Chinook exercise and wrapped Thursday morning in Kotzebue, according to a Coast Guard press release.
  • Bacteria that causes botulism.

    Science and cooking collide to fight botulism

    Scientists are trying to learn how to prevent botulism in seal oil, a main ingredient in many traditional Alaska Native foods.
  • Earthquake Simulator

    Earthquake simulator will shake up Juneau

    Alaska's earthquake simulator will visit Wednesday, Aug. 31, to Thursday, Sept. 1, in downtown Juneau giving residents some emergency preparedness practice at an event that promises to shake, rattle and roll.
  • Dan DeBartolo is one of four candidates running for the Juneau School Board. (Courtesy of Dan DeBartolo)

    School board candidate juggles race and Facebook

    The creator of the Facebook page the Juneau Community Collective is running for public office and that created a problem. He had to figure out how to continue moderating political comments on the page without falling into a conflict of interest.


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