Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Ken Fix hosts.
We’ll talk with Jessie Herman-Haywood about Friday night’s Fish Fest at the Twisted Fish;
Ralph Steeves and Julie Spiegel will be here to highlight the free tours of the NOAA facility;
Lena Gilbertson will share the details about the latest Big Brothers/Big Sisters fundraiser;
And Andy Kline will be here to celebrate the release of the new brew from the Alaska Brewing Company.
Plus, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- It aims to preserve Alaska Native culture by giving tribes and tribal organizations the ability to oversee local child welfare problems, rather than social workers coming in from outside their communities. That often results in children being removed from their communities.
- Dressed in full Gwich’in regalia, Potts recounted growing up in a modest dirt-floor hunting cabin in Eagle, losing someone close to suicide, and taking the conventions theme of strength in unity to get back to enjoying life again.
- The Juneau School District wants to consolidate its two high school football programs and cheer squads. Superintendent Dr. Mark Miller said at a press conference Thursday afternoon that the decision to send a formal request to the Alaska School Activities Association has been two years in the making.
- Three helmets, two hats, a headdress and a beaded shirt are from as far back as the 1600s to about 1890. They will be stored through the National Park Service, with access being granted to the Tlingit clans.