Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Andy Kline will be your host;
We’ll talk with Forest service Entomologist, Elizabeth Graham, tonight’s Friday fireside speaker at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, about insects and spruce trees;
Robert Venables will offer an update on the Mid-Session Summit;
We’ll talk with some JDHS Basketball players about this weekend’s fundraiser for Cancer Connection.
And Ed Buyarski will be here to highlight dirt.
Sarah Schaefer will also be here to talk seafood!
That, Bird Note, music and more, live at 3 on KTOO, repeated at 4 on KRNN, and available on demand on line via 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.