Tuesday on A Juneau Afternoon:
MaryLou Spartz & Richard Stokes will be here to highlight Death – The Final Frontier, a collection of readings at the JACC inspired by new paintings by M K McNaughton;
We’ll find out about the upcoming Toastmasters Fall Conference;
We’ll get the details about upcoming weekend writing workshops offered by the 49 Writers group;
And Terri Calvin will be here to discuss the 2017 Careers Fair.
At 4, tune in to KTOO for All Things Considered, followed at 6, it’s Alaska News Nightly.
- The Department of Interior is aiming to reverse Obama-era offshore drilling policy, which largely blocked oil development in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas.
- If repairs are successful, the Columbia would next head north from Bellingham on Jan. 26 with service to Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Juneau, Haines and Skagway.
- The Juneau Assembly's plans to annex four new areas into the borough is drawing opposition from officials and residents of Angoon, which lays historic claims to Admiralty Island.
- Members of Alaska's National Guard were supposed to be at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson over the weekend for drills. But most of those exercises were canceled.