Tuesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton will be your host:
Bill Merk will be here to preview this weekend’s 7th Annual Poetry Grand Slam;
We’ll talk with Corinn Canlon about the upcoming Garlic Lover’s Fest;
We’ll learn about Perseverance Theatre’s presentation, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare;
Missouri Smyth will be here to highlight music and culture presentations at Floyd Dryden Middle School.
At 4, tune in to KTOO for All Things Considered, followed at 6, it’s Alaska News Nightly.7
- Instead of consolidating Thunder Mountain High School’s football team and cheer squad into Juneau Douglas High School’s as planned, the Juneau School District will create a completely new team.
- A report by Alaska's Southeast Conference calls for the state marine highway system to increase its ticket prices. The recommendation is part of a 25-year plan that Gov. Bill Walker asked the conference's stakeholders to put together for the struggling Alaska Marine Highway System.
- The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation hasn't released details on the gasline agreement inked in China.
- The United States will not seek the death penalty against Kenneth Manzanares, who's facing trial in the death of his wife aboard a cruise ship in Southeast Alaska.