It was a packed show today on a Juneau Afternoon with Andy Kline hosting.
We heard from Eric Boraas at Trail Mix about their Dinner and Auction Saturday at 6 pm at Centennial Hall.
Gary Weglarz and Bill Williams of Hospice Homecare told us about a Rememberence Gathering on Sunday, November 18.
It is Wildlife Wednesday and Michelle Ridgeway, Marine Ecologist and Chair, Alaska Chapter, of the Explorers Club will be talking tonight about her rural Alaska education efforts.
We talked about Queen for a Day, an Eagles Scholarship fundraiser, Friday, November 16 with Gerry Swanson.
And a talk on the Future of Wild Pacific Salmon by Dr. Robert Lackey that is being held on Friday at Centennial Hall was the discussion we wrapped up with — speaking to Neil Stichert of the US Fish and Wildlife and the the SE Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership
Listen to the whole big shebang here!
- President Trump's third executive order restricting travel from some countries to the U.S. was to go into effect on Wednesday. The judge didn't rule on the limits affecting North Korea and Venezuela.
- JDHS head football coach Kevin Hamrick, said he doesn't know how much longer the school will be able to fund its team. Both JDHS and TMHS also face safety concerns from playing freshmen on varsity.
- Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth said banishment cases generally are private civil actions that the state has no authority over, but the state will investigate cases involving possible crimes or constitutional issues if asked.
- Senate President Pete Kelly said after convening the session in Juneau, the Senate plans to hold hearings in Anchorage and return to Juneau when there's something to act on.