Wednesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Jamie Waste hosts.
We’ll talk with Lisa Ibias and Dwayne Corbin about this weekend’s Juneau Symphony performances;
We’ll find out what a statewide group of middle-schoolers are learning about drones;
We’ll learn about STICK FIGURES, an art project for ARC of Anchorage;
And Amy Kadinger will be here with a preview of her presentation about Eating for Energy.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today on KTOO-NEWS-Juneau. If you miss the live show, it’s also available at 4 on KRNN, and on-line at ktoo.org.
- Heavy rains returned to the region this month, triggering a large mudslide on the Haines Highway last weekend. Now the Alaska Earthquake Center says seismic activity may have also played a role.
- While Alaska’s economy is not out of recession yet, there are some positive signs leading economists to believe it may be nearing the end.
- Prosecutors say he exported raw, unworked, walrus ivory tusks from Alaska to Indonesia for carving, violating federal law, then smuggled carved ivory back to the United States.
- Walker, the only independent governor in the country, said Friday he could not win a three-way race and that Alaskans deserve a choice other than Dunleavy.