Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Phil Paramore, who manages the UAS Rec Center, will tell us about a concert with singer-songwriter John Elliott who will appear Friday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. as the first of a series of three First Friday arts events in the UAS Sound and Motion Series.
We’ll learn about the Juneau Retired Teachers Association with Jim Carroll, Mel Hursh, and Jerry Padderson;
Jessy Post, event coordinator, will be here with details about Project Homeless Connect which will begin linking homeless Juneauites with services and assistance at 9 a.m. Monday at Centennial Hall;
We’ll get a preview of Patrick Murphy’s concert this Saturday at the Rookery;
And we’ll find out about the Pick-Click & Give program with Program Director, Heather Beaty.
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, music and more, Friday on KTOO-News.
- Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg heard oral arguments in a lawsuit on the issue. He said he’ll try to reach a decision as quickly as he can.
- Walker said he has spoken several times with U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, whose vote could help determine the bill’s fate.
- State transportation crews are removing political campaign signs along state rights-of-way. Alaska law largely forbids signs anywhere visible from the roadway.
- The University of Alaska is offering up 400 acres of its Haines-area land for timber harvest. The timing of the university’s decision was motivated by a conversation happening at the local level. The Haines Planning Commission is considering whether to restrict resource extraction in the Mud Bay area.