Thursday at 3 on a Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.
- The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission found no additional wells that could lead to a similar accident, according to commissioner Cathy Foerster.
- Former Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles led a mass resignation this week from the National Park System advisory board. He’s served on the board since 2010.
- Declining king salmon stocks are playing a role in the Alaska’s Board of Fisheries decisions for other commercial fisheries. On Sunday, the board voted down a proposal for a new fishery in Southeast Alaska for market squid.
- 66 degrees at the Annette Island Airport on Sunday, January 14 is the state record for a high temperature anywhere in Alaska in the month of January.
We’ll meet Marnie Kaler, the new UAS Director of Admissions, Recruitment and Advising;
Justin James will outline coach recruitment for Girls On The Run;
Mercedes Munoz will highlight the upcoming Canvas fundraiser dinner;
Brenda Wright will preview the upcoming Audubon meeting;
And Nancy DeCherney will be here with Arts Up.
That, Bird Note, music and more on A Juneau Afternoon, live at 3 on KTOO, repeated at 4 on KRNN, and available on demand via KTOO.org
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