KRNN is home to Juneau’s unique home-made public radio tradition of everything from folk to jazz and from world music to the classics. The music is all handpicked and most of the programs are locally hosted by community volunteers who share both a love for music and public radio. Tune in regularly to catch live studio performances, artist interviews and updates on the arts and music scene in Juneau. KRNN: radio that’s conversational, curious, authentic and very local.
- The annual conference precedes the Alaska Federation of Natives convention each fall, designed to strengthen inter-generational connections and share indigenous knowledge around the state.
- As a new Assembly members prepare to take over, outgoing Mayor Ken Koelsch sat down to look back on his time serving Juneau.
- The 280-foot ferry Hubbard was lowered into the water for the first time at the Ketchikan Shipyard last week and checked for possible leaks
- The regulations up for comment add three additional chemicals to the list of substances that require cleanup when concentrations in groundwater reach a concentration of 70 parts per trillion