Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
John Kremers and Clark Branch will bring along special guest Michael Orelove, who volunteered to run the Planetarium in the 90’s and is visiting Juneau. The three will offer a a special program at the Planetarium on Astronomy for Children starting tonight at 6;
We’ll get the details on this year’s oratorio, King Island Christmas from Producer Sharon Gaiptman, Director Deborah Smith, and Musical Director Missouri Smyth – the oratorio begins performances this Thursday at Aldersgate Church, where it plays through this weekend, and then moves to the JACC next weekend;
And Adrianne Schwartz, Energy Manager for the Juneau School District, will highlight how the school district saves energy;
That, Writers Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-FM.
- Even though it's considered a "Product of U.S.A," Jim Gilmore of the At-sea Processors Association said up to half of the pollock served in schools now is from Russia. Thanks to the new farm bill, that might change.
- ASAA Executive Director Billy Strickland said there are club-level esports teams currently in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley and Dillingham that could help start a statewide video game league.
- The corporation and its board of trustees argue the policy could help recruit talented managers. But it’s up to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration and the Alaska Legislature to make it happen.
- Former Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District Superintendent Robert Boyle said the decision to submit his resignation was prompted by various controversies at the school district.