Tuesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton will be your host;
Alida Bus will preview tonight’s Mudrooms;
We’ll talk with Nancy Lord about her new book “pH”;
Steve Kocsis will highlight this month’s planetarium presentation;
And Yaakoosge Daakahidi High School students will outline an upcoming workshop.
That, Bird Note, music and more – live on KTOO at 3; repeated at 4 on KRNN; and on-demand, on-line via ktoo.org
- Stand for Alaska claims Stand for Salmon, Yes for Salmon and the Alaska Center are improperly reporting how they are coordinating the campaign, underplaying the Alaska Center's role. Stand for Alaska also alleges they aren't properly disclosing campaign contribution sources. Stand for Alaska denies the allegations.
- Alaska's first commercial-scale solar farm is about to come online. Its builders say they want to move the world toward cleaner energy sources. But they're not ready to renounce oil and gas just yet.
- The Juneau Assembly approved the name unanimously on Monday with a resolution. Sealaska Heritage Institute recently installed three bronze house posts on the intersection’s southeast corner.
- They cited Kavanaugh’s record or presumed positions on health care, labor law and laws important to Alaska Natives.