Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Ken Fix hosts.
We’ll meet Sulak Sivaraksa, an 81 year-old Thai activist who will be giving a variety of presentations around town;
As part of our CBJ Department Profile series, we’ll get a report on the Parks and Recreation Department from Brent Fischer and George Schaaf;
JSD Superintendent Mark Miller and principal Bridget Weiss will be on the show to talk about the school district’s response to hazing and moving forward as a community.
And we’ll hear from teacher Cindy McCallon and Jeannie Paden about Grandparent’s Day September 7th and some upcoming free classes on Thursdays in September on grand parenting.
Plus, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- The 750-mile Race to Alaska is back for a second year as 43 teams of sailors, rowers and paddlers prepared to set off from Port Townsend, Washington at 6 a.m. on Thursday.
- Hydrokinetic technology developed in Alaska’s rigorous conditions will help researchers design systems that can be used worldwide.
- Ketchikan’s Britta Adams braved the cold ocean and strong tides recently to swim more than 10 miles of the rocky Wrangell Narrows.
- As stock markets suffer, Alaskans consider UK referendum vote impacts.