Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.
We’ll get our regular update on activities at UAS and hear about this season’s Evening at Egan line-up;
Beth Weigel will be here to tell us about what’s going on in Juneau’s libraries,
And we’ll learn more about the Wilderness Act as we celebrate its 50th anniversary with Forest Service Wilderness Manager Kevin Hood and Juneau District Ranger Brad Orr.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon.
- Juneau's educators have been learning about the history and culture of Southeast Alaska's indigenous peoples through a Sealaska Heritage Institute program.
- Doyon, Alaska’s largest private landowner, qualified for a "small" business discount in a public airwaves auction, until the FCC ruled it didn't. Now it's in court.
- The Tribal Nations Conference was something Obama started and it set the tone for his White House. He describes it as a permanent institution with cabinet-level focus.
- Mackey is a cancer survivor, and has had difficult time in the last two Iditarods, scratching in 2016 midway through the race.