Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Ken Fix hosts.
We’ll get an update on the whale project from Kathy Rudy and Jim Clark;
As part of our CBJ Department Profile series, we’ll get a report on the Juneau Police Department from Chief Bryce Johnson;
We’ll speak with Sarah Lidstone about the African Children’s Choir and their concerts in early September;
And the new Teaching and Learning Director Ted Wilson will be here to talk about the Juneau School District’s Report Card to the Public.
Plus, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- The Federal Subsistence Board will make their decision on whether the exclusion of non-subsistence hunters is permanent sometime this fall.
- The Coast Guard is working on a rescue plan for an abandoned trawler, The Alaska Juris began taking on water Tuesday nearly 700 miles west of Dutch Harbor.
- In its most recent draft, the Juneau Assembly added gender expression as a protected class in its proposed Equal Rights Ordinance.
- Roughly 16,000 pounds of chum spilled onto Egan Drive Monday afternoon. Declared unsafe for consumption, the fish have been destroyed.