We’ll get the details on Infant Immunization and World Immunization Week;
We’ll talk to author Leigh Newman about her book, Still Points North;
We’ll get information about the workshops during Money Smart Week, with Julie Niederhauser and Margaret O’Neal;
and we’ll get a preview of this weekend’s performance by the Theatre at Latitude 58, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Monday at 3 on KTOO-News.
- Kindred Post owner Christy Namee Eriksen, her staff and other community members whittled 250 entries down to 10 winners, with a priority on artists who've been social marginalized. Their work will be sold in a run of 1,000 postcards in October.
- Researches from the University of Washington used 80 years of data to figure out how much warming fish could withstand. They discovered fish in the tropics are already living in water at the upper end of their threshold.
- The Alaska Department of Fish and Game announced Wednesday that it is opening king salmon fishing in Southeast Alaska, beginning Oct. 1.
- Security consultants say they discovered an unsecured online database with information on nearly 600,000 Alaska voters last week.